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BTF525 Wireless 5.25" Bluetooth® 2-Way All Weather Outdoor Frog Speaker Pair

Product code: OSD-BTF525

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Features & Specifications

With a creative, all-weather design, the BTF-525 Wireless Bluetooth® Frog Speaker Pair gives you a great way to pipe music outdoors to your friends and family without interrupting your landscape. The Bluetooth® enabled device syncs up with the master Frog with the internal Stereo Amplifier and Bluetooth® Receiver. The second Frog or pairing speaker connects to the master with the 30 feet of Speaker cable supplied in the kit. We recommend placing the frogs 8 to 12 foot apart for the best stereo right and left separation. We provide 25 feet of speaker wire just in case you have to get creative with hiding the wires and need that little extra footage. Otherwise you can cut the wire down to the exact size. The Master Frog also needs to be connected to a 110 AC outlet to power both the amplifier and Bluetooth® Receiver. The only true wireless connection is between the Bluetooth® enabled device and the master Frog.



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18 Questions & 18 Answers
Chip & Tracy
from Blue Ridge, GA USA asked:
November 19, 2017
Hi, noticed someone else needing a new power supply. Is this common? We've had our frogs for less than one year, came in to the shop yesterday and couldn't get them to play. Unplugged the power supply and inserted batteries and their playing fine now. I'm assuming this means the PS has gone out.
1 Answer
Hi Chip and Tracy: You will need to call our customer Service to discuss availability of a replacement Power Supply. I do not know of any issue with it going out so soon. They typically field all the calls for warranty and service. TL/4658
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on November 24, 2017

from Centreville VA asked:
July 6, 2017
Hello. I need a ac/dc adapter. It is 9 v DC for my frogs. I searched Model Number, but was not able to find it. Output is 9 v and 2.0Amp. Model No: XY-0902000-UO
1 Answer
Hi Al: Contact our RMA department, they have them available. TL/4454
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on July 13, 2017

Donald Harper
from Michigan asked:
August 3, 2016
When we first got these speakers they worked great. We found that they work better plugged in to an outlet that they do off battery power. The sound is very distorted on battery power but nice and crisp on outlet power. The main problem with these speakers is Bluetooth skipping. One day they will play fine then all of a sudden the songs will start skipping for no reason. We tried everything from putting the Bluetooth devise closer to the speakers to trying a different device. It does it with an Iphone an Ipod and a android phone. Does anyone else have this problem?? If so..How did you fix it?
1 Answer
Hi Donald: Sorry for late response, I would recommend talking to our resident Bluetooth Expert Ed at OSD. I would call the 800 number and go to sales and ask for ED. He can give you some ideas as well as help you if he determine we need to replace either the power supply or Master Frog speaker (which has the internal Bluetooth Receiver/Amplifier). Good luck TL/4010
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on August 30, 2016

Jerry Tyson
from Macomb Illinois asked:
July 6, 2016
If its bluetooth why do I need wires?
1 Answer
Hi Jerry: The only wireless connection is from your Bluetooth Enabled device. The main Frog Speaker has both a Bluetooth Receiver (which syncs up to your device) and Stereo Power Amplifier that amplifies the Bluetooth audio signal from the Receiver. It then is connected to the internal speaker as the right channel and then connected to the second speaker for the left channel. The connection is a single two conductor speaker wire terminated with a RCA connector at both ends. That way you have a true stereo signal coming from your two frogs. Sorry about that... TL/3970
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on July 7, 2016

from Minnesota asked:
June 21, 2016
So they both run off Bluetooth. Don't need to run any wires.
1 Answer
Hi Bob: These are Bluetooth speakers but only one of the frogs is the master Frog that has the internal Bluetooth Receiver and Stereo Amplifier built in. The Master Frog has a choice of battery power or a AC Power Supply supplying it with power to drive the Receiver and Amplifier. The second or Satellite Frog Speaker connects to the Master Frog with a speaker wire terminated with a single RCA connector. So the only thing wireless is the connection between the Bluetooth enabled device you are syncing with the Master Frog. It is the same with all of our Bluetooth speakers except the BTR800TT single stereo speaker. TL/3947
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on June 22, 2016

from WA asked:
June 15, 2016
If I want to separate the speakers further than the recommended 13 feet apart, can I use my own speaker wire?
1 Answer
Yes you can - please use at least 16 gauge wire for optional performance.
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on June 16, 2016

Jeff Schwartz
from INDIANA asked:
May 19, 2016
IS there any difference between this set of frog speakers and the other, labeled as product code #bstk-btf525?
1 Answer
Hi Jeff: We only have one Bluetooth pair of Frog speakers available . TL/3889
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 20, 2016

from Missouri asked:
May 9, 2016
Why does the description advertise 30 ft of outdoor cord, but the owner's manual includes a 13 ft cord and nothing else?
1 Answer
Hi Buddy: Sorry for the confusion, 30 foot was the length of the speaker cable on our original 2.4 GHz WiFi frogs. The real length of the speaker cable is 24.5 feet. And unlike our previous speaker cables these are terminated with a single RCA connector at each end. 13 feet is the maximum distance these should be placed apart for the best stereo separation. The extra cable is just in case you need be creative in wiring them together. The extra length comes in handy if you are trying to hide the wires. Thank you for bringing this to our attention. Note we will also post pictures of the connections and wire that is supplied with the units. The Power cord is 26 feet. TL/3865
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 18, 2016

from Cogan Station, Pennsylvania asked:
February 11, 2016
How do I know if my laptop is a Bluetooth enabled device?
1 Answer
HI Jerry: Most all of the new laptops have built in Bluetooth, If you have an older laptop, maybe not. Go into settings and if you do it will be listed under Devices. Check your owners manual, if you have lost your manual you should be able to find a copy on line to download. If you do have a Bluetooth enabled laptop you should be able to activate it and search for devices like our Bluetooth Frogs. TL/3703
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on February 15, 2016

from New Jersey asked:
July 8, 2015
Is it possible to use a speaker splitter in to the iPad so you can use two sets of speakers, one for outdoor speakers and the other thru another set thru the receiver?
1 Answer
Hi Jean, Unfortunately not with Bluetooth. You are limited to running one pair per device. You could run an amplifier, wired to a couple pairs of outdoor speakers, and then connect a Bluetooth receiver to the amp. This would allow you to control the system wirelessly but you would need to run wire to the speakers.
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on July 9, 2015

Jon Salazar
from Albuquerque asked:
July 7, 2015
Does this order come with one or two frog speakers for the price of 129.95?
1 Answer
2 frog speakers
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on July 9, 2015

from LOUISVILLE, KY asked:
July 1, 2015
what source is used in powering these speakers? Also, can the two frogs be separated or must they always be connected by a wire.
1 Answer
Hello, The master speaker has a built-in amplifier that powers itself and the satellite speaker. An AC power supply is included that needs to plug into the main speaker from an outlet. The satellite speaker needs to be connected if you want stereo. I suppose you could not connect the satellite speaker if you didn't want to. These speakers connect via Bluetooth via a smartphone or tablet.
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on July 9, 2015

from Millsboro,de asked:
June 7, 2015
Can you connect to a stereo receiver.
1 Answer
Hi Tony, No. These speakers will only connect to smartphones, tablets and computers.
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on June 9, 2015

Linya Mason
from Philadelphia, Pa. asked:
May 7, 2015
I already have a pair that I have had for over 7 years and I want anew pair that are bluetooth. My old frogs you have to plug in your device and use the remote. Just checking that these don't have to be connected to the device correct? BTW I love my speakers, my guest after all these year love them and they have a great sound. they are mixed in with my perennial garden and they look great!
1 Answer
Hello, With the Bluetooth speakers you'll need to connect directly from your smartphone, tablet or laptop via Bluetooth. No transmitter device is used with this technology. Glad you like them!
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 8, 2015

from Oley,PA asked:
April 16, 2015
If powered by the aa batteries how long will they last?
1 Answer
Hi Brett, I believe the battery life while running these speakers is about 7 hours.
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on April 16, 2015

from San Jose, CA. asked:
February 16, 2015
Is the speaker pair of frogs separate? Or are they connected? What I am hoping for is they are separate so I can put on either side of my planter. Please advise.
1 Answer
Hi Defender: Sorry for the confusion, these are two separate frogs. A right and left stereo pair. TL/3143
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on February 16, 2015

from Orlando, FL asked:
June 29, 2014
Do these speakers only connect to tablets and iphones or can they connect to bluetooth audio transmitters like the Avantree Saturn (which supports A2DP and compatible with bluetooth 2.1 + EDR)?
1 Answer
Hi Youssef, Good question! We've never tested these with any Bluetooth receiver units yet, so it would be interesting to find out. The unit would need to be able to link to the speakers by scanning for the signal and accessing it with code. I'm not confident that it's made to work that direction.
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on June 30, 2014

from Marengo Ill asked:
June 15, 2014
How many speakers can i add and still use one main bluetooth frog?
1 Answer
Hi Ken, The internal amp is only built to handle one speaker safely. BM 2752
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on June 16, 2014

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