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Wireless Outdoor Speakers Frog Pair OSD Audio

Product code: OSD-FR120FROG

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Features & Specifications

Connects to iPods and Portable Music Players! Customers love our wireless frog speakers! These all-weather wireless frogs sound great and use the 2.4GHz digital transmission for cleaner and less distorted sound up to 300 feet (distance varies depending on the environment). Typical locations for these wireless frog speakers include yards, ponds, bordering a garden and even as an accent in flower gardens.

A Note on Wireless Routers
Although rare, some customers have experienced interference with certain models of wireless internet routers. If you experience interference with your wireless router, OSD recommends moving the transmitter that came with your speakers as far away as possible from the wireless router and cycling through the frequency channels several times.

The Fun and Easy Way to Listen to Your iPod Outside
All OSD Auio wireless speakers include portable player connectivity. Simply plug your music source (iPod, MP3 player, computer, etc) into the wireless transmitter (RCA and mini audio cables included), run the speakers where you want them and you'll be listening to your favorite tunes in the back yard or patio.

• Easy to setup, just plug your music source (iPod, MP3 player, CD-Player)

• Built to withstand harsh environments with water-resistant materials

• Includes remote control with 80 ft range (unobstructed)

How durable are your Outdoor Wireless Frog Speakers?
These speakers are designed for the outdoors. Our frog speakers use non-water-absorbing materials, which is critical in winter so they won't freeze and crack. The shape is designed to withstand large amounts of pressure, extreme temperatures and moisture. Remember though, outdoor speakers are an investment, so take care of them. Storing your frogs away from extreme weather conditions will only lengthen the time you will have with them.

Installation Level: Easy
Even if you have no experience installing audio equipment, our wireless frog speakers are easy to set up. The system uses a main speaker that includes an amplifier for power. The second speaker is a pairing speaker, meaning it draws power from the main speaker. Connect the audio source (iPod, receiver, etc) to the transmitter via the provided audio cable. Plug the transmitter into an AC outlet via the included AC power supply. Plug the main speaker to an outdoor junction box or load the main speaker with 6 AA batteries (not included). Place your frog speakers where you want them. You may have to experiment with frequency channels and speaker placement to achieve the best sound. Press the transmitter button then the on/off button on the remote several times until you find the right frequency.

Click HERE for Helpful Tips on Wireless Speakers

Please Note: The 2 speakers are connected via 30ft speaker wire. Wireless refers to the fact that you do not need to connect the frog speakers to your audio source. The two speakers are connected via speaker wire because an amplifier is built into the main speaker which acts as the power source for both speakers. This is why the rock speakers must be wired together.

Use with Wireless Routers
Although rare, some customers have experienced interference with certain models of wireless internet routers. If you experience interference with your wireless router, OSD recommends moving the transmitter that came with your speakers as far away as possible from the wireless router and cycling through the frequency channels several times.


Other Product Info

Now you can have a pair of frog speakers in your backyard without running wires from your house, this pair of frog speakers come with everything you need for your a wireless hook up.


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23 Questions & 24 Answers
from MN woods asked:
June 18, 2012
Can I use these speakers with my WR800 Rock Speakers off the same transmitter?
1 Answer
Hi Toby, All of our OSD branded Wireless Rocks (WR-800 and WR-150) and the Frogs (FR-120 Frog) share the same transmitter. You can easily use a single transmitter to broadcast to the WR-800 and FR-120 Frog at the same time; however, you will have a spare transmitter since we only sell these in complete kits. TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on June 18, 2012

from FL asked:
November 30, 2016
Can I purchase a new transmitter? The one i had was destroyed by my dog .
1 Answer
Hi Shawn: You need to contact our RMA department to see if they can dig one up for you. Last time I checked they had finally run out of replacements. This product is over three years old. That is when we switched from WiFi to Bluetooth. The RMA department would have to check and see if we have an old return. The same transmitter was used for the Rocks, Frogs and Patio speakers. Good Luck TL/4138
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on December 6, 2016

from Omaha, NE asked:
April 12, 2016
Where can I purchase another ac cord? The wild rabbits severed my power cords
1 Answer
HI Derek: You can contact customer service and purchase a replacement cord from us. The cost is $19.95 plus shipping. TL/3813
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on April 14, 2016

from pa asked:
November 15, 2013
I would like to buy these speakers,but would like to only use the speaker wire directly from my srereo. Without plugging them into an electrical outlet. Is this possable? I'm surprised this question wasn't bought up before.
1 Answer
Hi Steve, Great question! The master speaker can only be powered by the AC Adaptor, however the satellite speaker can be connected directly to your receiver's speaker terminals. You should take a look at our wired frog speakers listed below, which may suit your needs a bit more. Let us know if you have any further questions. Thanks! -BM 2333
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on November 18, 2013

from Surf City, NC asked:
July 25, 2013
Can I connect the frog speakers to a samsung sound bar that has blue tooth capabilities?
1 Answer
Hi Cheryl: The FROG wireless speakers just like all our other wireless speakers have separate Transmitter that connects to an analog output connection. Bluetooth is separate wireless technology. If your sound bar has an analog RCA right and left channel output which you can connect to the Frog Transmitter or a headphone jack then you can connect the transmitter. TL-2102
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on August 21, 2013

from New York asked:
May 21, 2013
My Frog speakers do not play music. Both green lights are on (both the main Frog and the wireless dock) and no matter how many channels i flip through no music comes out. What is the problem?
1 Answer
Hi Ryan, We have a trouble shooting guide for wireless speakers on our website: Wireless speakers must complete with other devices on the same frequencies, but issues can often be resolved by taking a few simple steps. If this does solve the issue, please contact CL/MA 1921
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 30, 2013

from TX asked:
March 18, 2013
Do the frogs or rock speakers need to be connected? meaning can I have one frong in the back yard and one in the front yard?
2 Answers
Hi Justin, You'll need two pairs of speakers for your application. The main or master wireless speaker has a built-in wireless receiver and internal power amp. There is a speaker wire that runs between the main speaker and satellite speaker to complete the system. The wireless connection is between the receiver and the main wireless speaker. You could do one pair of rocks in one area and one pair of frogs in another; however, the left and right for each pair need to be connected with the provided 30ft cable. CL/MA 1711
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on March 18, 2013
Hi Justin: The speakers are connected and the transmitter broadcasts a stereo signal to the Internal Receiver of the Master Rock. The Master sends one of the channels (the left channel I believe). You might consider two pair using a single transmitter. One pair for front and the second pair for the rear. You would need to call us to discuss possible bundle price discount. TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on March 18, 2013

from New Jersey asked:
July 26, 2012
My transmitter for my frogs has died. I no longer get a green light when plugging it in. Is there replacement available or another transmitter that will work with them?
1 Answer
Hi Dan, Please contact and they will be able to help you get your transmitter replaced. CL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on July 27, 2012

from Phoenix, Arizona asked:
July 19, 2012
I live in Phoenix will they be able to handle the extremely hot summers?
1 Answer
Hi Robert: We have been selling Frog speakers, both wired and wireless speakers since 2004. We are located in Brea California. Arizona is one of our largest markets. We also have many clients in both the Palm Springs area and Southern Nevada. You should have no problem. TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on July 23, 2012

from Green Village, NJ asked:
July 10, 2012
1) Do all OSD-made speakers use the same transmitter? For example, could i connect the two frog speakers (for outdoor use) and connect four normal speakers (for indoor use) to play at the same time? 2) I have a BLUETOOTH receiver that is connected to my stereo to play music throughout the house (I have bose speakers). If I was to buy the two frog speakers, would I be able to somehow connect the transmitter to play both the frog speakers and the speakers i already have in the house? In addition, I use an iPad to connect to the stereo in order to play music (that's why I have the bluetooth receiver). Thanks.
1 Answer
Hi Sam: 1) All four of our wireless speaker products share the same Transmitter. So as an example you can connect any two pair of speakers, one pair of rocks (WR0800) and a pair of Frogs (FR-120) using the common Transmitter and play them at the same time. 2) Regarding your Bluetooth Receiver, you should be able to connect our Wireless Transmitter as long as you have a true Pre-Amp output either a pair of RCA female connections (Red and Black, R & L) or 3.5mm stereo connection. If there is a true connection It should play whatever you select on your receiver. If you want to make sure before purchase please let us know the make and model of your Bluetooth Receiver so we can verify the output. One more issue you may encounter is interference between the 2.4 GHz and the Bluetooth. But let us confirm the connection for the Transmitter first and then we can decide if you want to see if the wireless plays nice with your Bluetooth. We do offer a thirty day performance guarantee so you will not be stuck. TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on July 11, 2012

Deb crump
from Norwood,nc asked:
May 10, 2012
Can these run off of a stereo radio?
1 Answer
Hi Deb, The FR120 comes with both the 3.5mm (headphone jack) and the RCA cable (red and white).So you can hook them up to just about anything. Your radio can definitely be the source for your wireless frogs! CL/MA 822
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 10, 2012

from Georgia asked:
May 6, 2012
What happens if I lose the remote control? Can I buy another remote that is compatible with the Wireless Frog Speakers?
1 Answer
Hi Sandy: I believe so, please contact; he should be able to help you. TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 6, 2012

from Ephrata, Washington asked:
April 21, 2012
Can the TV that has Sirius be hooked to these?
1 Answer
Hi Karen: As long as your TV has an analog audio output (usually a right and left female RCA connector labeled audio output) which you can connect to the input of the Wireless Transmitter with one of the two adapter cables supplied with the wireless kit. The audio outputs usually will output whatever you have selected as your source. If the output is variable then you will control the volume with the remote included with the Frog speakers. If the output is fixed then it will be controlled by the internal volume level from your TV. Check you owners manual to make sure. TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on April 22, 2012

from NJ asked:
March 25, 2012
Can I add 2 regular frog speakers (wired) to the wireless pair I've bought?
1 Answer
Hi Jake: You can add another pair of wireless Frogs and use the same transmitter but there is no output connection that would allow you to to hard wire additional speaker to the original pair. TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on March 26, 2012

from Dallas asked:
March 24, 2012
any experience with how much listening time you get out of the six batteries?
1 Answer
Hi Mario, This depends on the brand of batteries you use. It varies but the average is 24 hours. 610 CL/MA
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on March 26, 2012

from austin tx asked:
March 16, 2012
where do you hook it up to the reciever?
1 Answer
Hi Seleste: You have a couple of options for connecting these Wireless Frog speakers. Connecting your source to the Transmitter is the key. There is a 3.5mm to dual male RCA cable supplied in order for you to connect to a Receiver. You need to check your Receiver's owners manual to see if you have a pre- amp audio output to connect to the Wireless Transmitter supplied with the system. The cable connects the two RCA to the output of the receiver and the 3.5mm plugs into the Transmitter. A second cable supplied is a 3.5mm to a 3.5mm aux cable that is used to connect directly to an iPod or other mobile device that features a headphone jack. So basically to answer your question you need to see if your Receiver has the proper pre-amp output if you want to use it for the main source. Note, each Frog speaker has its own built in amplifier so the signal can not be amplified already. We refer to the signal as pre amplified or signal level as it comes before the Amplifier.
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on March 17, 2012

from California asked:
February 15, 2012
Do I need 2 pair and 2 transmitters for a left and right channel for stereo or does 1 pair handle that?
1 Answer
Jim, One pair would handle the left and right with one transmitter, or you could do two pairs with one transmitter and each pair would handle its own left and right. CL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on February 15, 2012

Robert Turman
from Little Torch Key , fl asked:
January 19, 2012
Speakers quit working, tried onlinr trouble shooting, still not working, what is the warrenty? Shipping date was 01/23/11 order #160563 ref # 163388 cust # 120548 Please let me know and consider today 01/19/13 first report of failuer
1 Answer
Robert, Have you tried pressing the transmitter button then the on/off button on the remote several times until you find the right frequency? There are about 5 channels you can cycle through to sync up the speakers with the transmitter. Also check your audio source, make sure the volume on it is up, as well as try using a different audio source to make sure it is in fact the speakers. Its helpful to know what color lights are on, the red and the green lights should both be on. Its also helpful to hook up the speakers in close proximity then moving them into place once they are running. If this still doesnt work, and we have answered any questions you have about these troubleshooting hints @ 1.888.779.4968 go to the bottom of our homepage and under the category support- you'll find the link "How to return a product" You will simply need to request an RMA # - from there we will correspond on how to get the defective speakers back to us. CL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on January 19, 2012

from Atlanta asked:
January 18, 2012
I just received the 2.4GHz Wireless Outdoor Frog Speaker Pair and they are great but the volume seems to be lower than it should be. I have it turned up all the way but it still seems fairly low. Right now I have them inside until I put them out at the pool in the Spring, will they sound louder outside than they do inside?
1 Answer
Sandy, Did you check the volume on the device you are using as an audio source? That is most often the cause of this type of problem. Please give us a call at 1.888.779.4968 to trouble shoot. CL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on January 18, 2012

from aledo texas asked:
January 9, 2012
why do you have to connect the speaker by wire?
1 Answer
Hi Mark, Wireless refers to the audio signal from the transmitter (wired to your source) being broadcast to the main frog speaker. The main speaker features both a wireless receiver and an internal amplifier that powers both speakers. The second paring frog speaker must be connected to the main speaker to receive the audio signal. Take a look at the owner’s manual and product sheet under the Downloads tab for more information. TL/MA
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on January 9, 2012

from CA asked:
January 2, 2012
how do they handle the weather?
1 Answer
Dan, OSD outdoor speakers are constructed with high-grade material that can withstand rain, snow, wind, pool chemicals, even salt. For customers in freezing cold temperatures, we do recommend they bring in the speakers in or cover them with plastic bags just to be safe. Being that you are in Califonia, these speakers can definitely handle being left outside year round.
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on January 3, 2012

from Redwood City, CA asked:
January 1, 2012
Can I use the frog speaker pair and the rock speaker pair on the same transmitter?
1 Answer
HI Linda: We use the same transmitter for all our wireless speakers. So yes one transmitter will work with the Frogs and Rocks at the same time. TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on January 3, 2012

from Cardiff, CA asked:
October 19, 2011
We would like to have a total of 6 speakers in our back yard.....3 on the west side, 1 on the south side and 2 on the east side of our yard. Can they all be hooked up together and be controlled by one transmitter or are each pair controlled separately?
1 Answer
Yes, you can connect multiple pairs of speakers. We have had customers connect up to four pairs off a single transmitter. (For your six speakers, you will end up with two spare transmitters.) Note you will have three pairs that will each have master (with the receiver built in) and a satellite speaker which will be hard wired to the master of the pair.
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on October 19, 2011

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