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Wireless Outdoor Speakers Patio Pair OSD Audio WPA-650

Product code: OSD-WPA-650

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Features & Specifications

Works with iPods and other portable music players! Sold in pairs, the OSD-WPA650 all-weather wireless patio speaker is an easy and effective way to bring sound outdoors without having to run wires to the source. These speakers kick out big sound in a wireless package and use use the 2.4 GHz-2.48 GHz frequency range, which is less likely to experience interference from other wireless devices like cordless phones.

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.

Easily Connects to Portable Music Devices
OSD Audio makes it easy to listen to portable music players like iPods, iPads, and Android devices outside. Each wireless speaker includes a transmitter and mini cable that plugs into an iPod, iPad, laptop computer and other mobile devices with a headphone jack.

Excellent Sound Quality
This all-weather speaker has a range up to 300 feet (may vary depending on the environment), and the wireless patio speaker includes a sturdy 6.5" polypropylene cone woofer with butyl rubber surround, providing excellent bass response. This system comes with two speakers, 8-channel audio transmitter, power supply for the speakers, remote control, and audio cables needed to connect to mobile music devices, A/V receivers, laptop computers, etc.

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Easily connects to iPods, MP3 players, A/V receivers, computers, or other source equipment

Large 6.5" woofer for excellent bass response

Built to withstand harsh environments with water-resistant materials

Includes remote control with 80ft range (unobstructed)

Available in White or Black

Please Note: The 2 speakers are connected via 30ft speaker wire

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.



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50 Questions & 52 Answers
Guillermo Resendiz
from Dallas asked:
November 1, 2012
I have a pair of this 2.4GHz Wireless Outdoor Patio Speakers 6.5" my question is can i add another pair of this and play it at the same time for louder result? pls advice thanks
1 Answer
HHi Guillermo, You absolutely can add a second pair for more output and coverage. Each pair has its own internal amplifier so you are doubling your power. Also, the second pair will sync up with the single transmitter from the first pair so both pairs will see the same signal at the same time. There's no need to find a second output from your source, and you will have a second transmitter that can be saved as a backup. TL/MA #1353
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on November 1, 2012

from Warrington, PA asked:
October 7, 2012
can these work with the sonos connect amp? thanks!
1 Answer
Hi Charlie, It will not work with the SONOS AMP but will work with the SONOS CONNECT which features analog RCA stereo output which connects to the Transmitter using the 3.5mm Mini RCA to dual male RCA connectors which is a cable supplied with the WPA-650 Wireless Patio Speakers. CL/TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on October 8, 2012

from seal beach, ca. asked:
May 17, 2012
when will this be available?
1 Answer
Hi Charles, Rumor has it they maybe on the water before June 1st and in stock before the 4th of July. Standy by. We are as anxious as you are! Be sure to add your email address on the product page so you’ll be notified when the product comes in. Thanks for your interest. CL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 18, 2012

from greencastle pa asked:
May 12, 2012
i am looking for a pair of speakers to put on my porch... there are no electric plugs , so i want to put a pair up that are wireless no wires anywhere, except to run the transmitter indoors.and can i transmit off a stereo in my house??
1 Answer
Hi Carol: These speakers are wireless to a point. The audio signal is transmitted from the stereo in the house by the wireless transmitter that has to be connected to your Receiver/Amplifier by a pre-amplified signal with one of the included cables. The audio signal is then transmitted wireless to the Main patio speaker which has both the Power Amplifier and Wireless Receiver built into Speaker enclosure. Unfortunately this has to have a power cord that would have to be plugged in to deliver power to the internal Receiver and Amplifier. The second speaker then has to be connected by a speaker cable to provide a stereo pair. Only the audio signal between the Transmitter and Receiver are wireless. We do have complete line of speakers that can be wired from the source without worrying about a power plug. But there is that wire thing going on still. I hope that answers your question. TL TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 13, 2012

michael everett
from asked:
November 29, 2011
how are theses powered? how do they get the signal? what is the range of the signal from the computer?
1 Answer
Hi Michael: 1) How are they powered? There is an AC power cord that is connected to the Master Speaker then to a AC wall outlet. This provides the 110 volts to the internal Amplifier of the Master Speaker. 2) How do they get the signal? There is a 2.4 GHz Wireless Transmitter supplied with the unit that connects to the Headphone/Audio Jack on your computer. Then sends the wireless audio signal to the Master Speaker with the built in 2.4 GHz Wireless Receiver. The second speaker or Satellite speaker is then hard wired to the Master Speaker with the 30 foot speaker cable that is supplied with the kit. 3) The Range of the Wireless Transmission is up to 300 feet from the 2.4 GHz Transmitter to the Master Speaker. Note: These speakers are still under development with a scheduled release before the Spring Thaw of 2012 TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on November 30, 2011

from Kyle, TX asked:
June 12, 2017
Thanks you for your answer to me question about the pulsing/flashing blue light on the front of the powered speaker. It made sense that it might be searching/pairing with the wireless transmitter but they are still not working. The red light in on on the front of the wireless transmitter and I've tried pushing the channel button to no avail. Is it possible that the wireless transmitter is no longer working. It is set up outside on my patio.
1 Answer
Hi Curtis: I am sorry you are still having issues, This a legacy product for us where we had run out of replacement transmitter more than two years ago. One of the problems we had with the 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi speakers was compatibility with existing Wi-Fi in the home. Have you added or strengthened your current WiFi system? Do you have the ability to move the Transmitter closer to the Receiver to see if they might sync up?Typically you can move the egg just by increasing the audio cable between the Transmitter Egg and the Pre amp connection. Good Luck TL/4423
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on June 15, 2017

from Kyle, TX asked:
June 10, 2017
What does it mean if the blue light on the powered speaker pulses on and off??
1 Answer
Hi Curtis: I believe the Blue Light flashing means it is trying to pair up with the Wireless Transmitter hoping to find an open channel. TL/4420
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on June 12, 2017

from Dallas, TX asked:
May 6, 2017
Can I use these speakers on a sonos system?
1 Answer
HI Phillip: These speaker have been discontinued. You could have used a SONOS Connect to drive them but Bluetooth versions have replaced all our wireless speakers. But Bluetooth will not work with the SONOS and has limitations on how many speakers you can connect. We usually recommend adding one of our Power amplifiers to the SONOS Connect than driving as many speakers as you want. But it is not wireless to your speakers only from your source to the SONOS Connect. TL/4349
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 8, 2017

from Los Angeles, California asked:
August 22, 2016
If I add a 2nd pair, receiving from the same transmitter, can I adjust the volume of the 2nd set independently of the 1st pair?
1 Answer
Hi Eric: The advantage of Wi-Fi versus Bluetooth is that you can connect multiple speakers using a second or third Wi-Fi Receiver with a single WiFi Transmitter. Where as Bluetooth is limited to a single connection between your Bluetooth enabled device (with built in Transmitter) like your Smartphone. Even thought you can connect the second pair of Speakers by a WiFi Receiver you will not be able to control it separately from the first Transmitter/Receiver combo. Sorry about that TL/4031
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on August 30, 2016

from Port st Lucie, fla asked:
May 29, 2015
how would I be able to use wireless speakers with and ordinary receiver that's not wireless equipped?
1 Answer
Hi Ed, They had a transmitter device that you would plug into your receiver, which would send the audio signal from your receiver over to the speakers wirelessly.
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on June 2, 2015

from San Francisco, CA asked:
October 1, 2014
Do you have to buy these speakers in pairs? I don't want any wires anywhere and the pairing speaker has the extra power cable running to it. Can't I get multiple 'powered' speakers? Also when are they in stock?
1 Answer
Hi Travis, This model is discontinued and no longer available. See our BTP-650 Bluetooth Wireless Patio Speakers. Thanks!
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on October 1, 2014

from st louis Mo asked:
July 20, 2014
The signal quit sending, light up ok how do you reset it?
1 Answer
1. Shut off the wireless internet router for testing purposes to make sure nothing is interfering. 2. Whatever the source may be (MP3 player, CD player, computer, etc) – the volume should be turned up to max level. 3. When everything is plugged in and powered on, turn the wireless speakers off using the on/off button on the remote. 4. Next, press the channel button on the transmitter once. 5. Now, turn the rocks on using the on/off button on the remote. 6. The speakers should start producing sound now. 7. Make sure that the volume is turned up using the volume button on the remote.
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on July 21, 2014

Abel G
from Corona, CA asked:
July 16, 2014
I plan on placing these speakers on a support rafter for my outdoor patio, they will be powered by a switched outlet. If I leave the power switch on the speaker, does it stay in the "on" position if I turn the outlet off at my switch?
1 Answer
Hi Abel, Yes - the switch will stay in the "on" position so next time you turn your outlet on, it should automatically activate. Do you have these speakers already? I ask because we sold out of them and they are a discontinued product now. The BTP-650 Bluetooth Wireless Patio Speakers took their place.
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on July 17, 2014

Floyd Bruns
from Parker, Colorado asked:
May 24, 2014
I would like to mount these outside of my wife's store. Can I run them from computer( Pandora, I Heart etc.?). Also can I run an other set in another room ? Can I have independent volume control? Can I run them on an a/c adapter ( no batteries) ? Thank YOU!
1 Answer
Hi Floyd, You can run up to 3 pairs off a single transmitter, which can be used with any source that uses 3.5mm (headphone jack) or RCA (red/white). You are limited to the same volume on all pairs running from same source/transmitter. The transmitter runs of 2.4ghz frequency, so if you have wifi internet nearby, that can interfere. These cannot run off battery, but the WR150 can. We also have Bluetooth versions of these speakers. Let us know if you have any further questions. Thanks! BM 2710
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 28, 2014

Bruce Helms
from central PA asked:
May 15, 2014
I'm interested in the WPA-650 speaker pair. When connected to a stereo source, like my home theater, is the sound these speakers produce truly stereo, or just mono times two? (Many outdoor speaker pairs produce only mono sound.) In other words, is one the LEFT channel, and the other the RIGHT channel of my source? Thanks...
1 Answer
Hi Bruce, These transmit in true stereo sound. BM 2683
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 20, 2014

from Illinois asked:
May 11, 2014
How can I connect the Tuner in my Sony FM Stereo AM/FM Receiver to the transmitter so I can hear radio stations through the outdoor speakers. I connected through the headphone jack (larger than an Ipod speaker jack)but I only get sound from 1 speaker. Can I do this?
1 Answer
Hi Rob, You should be able to but I would recommend giving Yamaha a call to see exactly what output on your receiver is correct. But the both speakers should still be playing, which leads me to believe that one speaker may not be hooked up correctly. Can you tell me which speaker is not playing? Is it the powered speaker or the passive speaker? BM 2676
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 12, 2014

from Fairfield, CT asked:
March 24, 2014
I already own one set of these speakers and would like to purchase another (4 speakers in total) can 2 sets be integrated to the Sonos Connect? I reached out to sonos and this was their reply: "Thank you for contacting Sonos Customer Care. I've been looking over the specs for those speakers and from the look of it one Connect would be able to drive one pair of speakers only. The connect only has a single analog output and it looks like these speakers only do analog audio in. The only thing I am unsure about is whether these two sets of speakers can be integrated together to one wireless transmitter. It does not appear so, I assume they would advertise this, but it may be worth asking the manufacture just in case as this would save you needing a second connect. "
1 Answer
Hi Deirdre, As the Sonos customer rep said, the Sonos connect would not power 2 pairs of the WPA-650. If you were to purchase another pair, you would be able to use one transmitter on 2 pairs of speakers. CS 2565
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on March 24, 2014

from Florida asked:
March 23, 2014
What is the purpose of the on/off switch on the back of speakers...would you have to keep turning them on/off each time or will they remain on all the time is to hard to get to them when mounted high? Assume remote turns transmitter on/off since speakers have manual switch.
1 Answer
Hi Mark, The speakers will remain on if you do not manually turn them off. One suggestion, if you mount them high up, is leave them on and you can plug/unplug them to turn them on and off. CS 2560
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on March 24, 2014

from Ajijic, Mexico asked:
March 8, 2014
I have a pair of these, and they've stopped working. The blue power LED on the main speaker flashes (actually it slowly fades on and off). Can anyone tell me what this means?
1 Answer
Hi Garry, That means you have yourself a faulty power supply for the master speaker. Email our warranty department to inquire about getting a replacement power supply. You can reach them at, or you can simply order one at the link below. Thanks! -BM 2522
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on March 10, 2014

jerry reid
from oohio asked:
February 21, 2014
how do they connect to an iPhone
1 Answer
Hi Jerry, The transmitter that is included will connect to your iPhone via the 3.5mm cable that is also included. The 3.5mm will connect to your iPhone's headphone jack. -BM 2501
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on March 4, 2014

Rob Schwartz
from Godfrey, Illinois asked:
December 29, 2013
How long is the AC cord that connects the speakers to the power source?
1 Answer
Hi Rob, Good question! The AC Chord is approximately 8ft long but can easily connect to an extension cable. -BM 2409
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on February 3, 2014

Rodger Richardson
from Delray Beach, FL asked:
November 25, 2013
I have an Onkyo TX NR809 AV network receiver, will I be able to connect the WPA-650 to Zone 2?
1 Answer
Hi Rodger, It looks like you can. I see that both Zone 2 and 3 are Line level (RCA) outputs. The WPA650 patio speakers have a transmitter that will connect to your receiver. The system comes with both a 3.5mm to RCA cable and a 3.5mm to 3.5mm cable. You would use the RCA for the receiver and the 3.5mm for the transmitter. Thanks! -BM 2349
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on November 26, 2013

from Sacramento CA asked:
October 24, 2013
Can these speakers work directly with Apple iTunes/AirPort? Could I skip using the transmitter plugged into my computer? Thanks
1 Answer
Hi Scott: The iTunes Airport will not work directly with the Receiver built into the WPA-650 patio speaker. You still need to use the Transmitter from either the computer through the headphone jack or any device you have access to a headphone (analog output). The iTunes /Airplay has only digital outputs so it will not connect directly to the WPA-650 Transmitter. Sorry about that. TS-2289
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on October 24, 2013

from Long Island, New York asked:
September 6, 2013
Can I replace the included 30 foot wire with 50 foot wire to connect the 2 speakers? Or maybe 40 foot wire. I want to know if this will degrade the sound.
1 Answer
Chris, Yes you can. Just make sure you're running a thick enough gauge, such as 14 gauge. Thanks! -BM 2197
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on October 15, 2013

from Québec asked:
August 27, 2013
Can each of these speakers go as loud as 90dB? And can I plug my ipod directly into the speaker instead of through the transmitter? Thanks!
1 Answer
Hi Amelie: These speakers are rated at 2 x 30 watts continuous. We do not list an efficiency rating based upon dB output. You can not connect a source directly to the WPA-650 Master Speaker, you need to connect to the wireless transmitter. The master speaker only has a connection for the Power Supply and a right and left speaker output to connect to the satellite speaker. TL-2181
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on August 28, 2013

from Denver, Colorado asked:
August 6, 2013
The speaker outputs on the back of my Denon receiver are not RCA pin plugs but rather, normal speaker wire terminals. What do I connect the RCA plugs to in order to make the connection to the bluetooth wireless transmitter?? Thanks
1 Answer
Hi Gary: Not all Receivers have a Pre- Amplified output that you will need to connect to the input of the WPA-650 Wireless Transmitter. You can use other sources to drive your WPA-650 like a iPod, iPhone or Laptop computer. Anything that has a headphone jack. You might also want to contact Denon to see if your Receiver features a output that is always active like a Tape loop. Some of the receivers do not have a choice of a 2nd or 3rd room signal (low) level connection but they do have outputs that may work for you. TL-2125
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on August 22, 2013

from Mail@ShawnAugust.Com asked:
June 23, 2013
Can the bracket be removed from the speaker? I don't think I'd mount it but sit it on the floor or the deck railing.
1 Answer
Hi Shawn, Yes, the bracket can be removed if you choose not to mount these wireless patio speakers. 2008 MA
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on June 24, 2013

from Charlotte, NC asked:
June 12, 2013
Purchased a set for a friend. The system has been working great for about 6 months, but now the power indicator light fades slowly in and out. what would cause this.
1 Answer
Hi Ray, Please email our returns department because you might have a defective power supply. and they will be able to correct this for you. CL/MA 1972
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on June 13, 2013

Ed W.
from Detroit asked:
May 21, 2013
I currently own a set of WR800 rock speakers. Are the 2.4GHz wireless transmitter and remote transmitter compatible with the WPA-650's? In other words, will I be able to use the same h/w from my rock speakers to simultaneously transmit the audio signal to the WPA-650's, and also use the same remote? (I'm trying to add local sound to my patio and relocate the rocks around the corner of the house. Thx
1 Answer
Hi Ed, You can sync of the rock speakers with the patio speakers on the same transmitter. The WR150, WR800, WPA-650 and FR120 are all compatible. You can add up to three pairs on one transmitter. CL/MA 1919
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 30, 2013

from wexford asked:
May 19, 2013
How long is the power cord
1 Answer
Hi Matthew, The power cord for the wireless patio speakers is 8ft long. CL/MA 1912
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 29, 2013

Greg Maloney
from Westlake,Ohio asked:
May 1, 2013
Can you expand the speaker wire lenght to more than 30ft?
1 Answer
Hi Greg, We would not recommend spacing the speakers that far apart. The WPA-650 patio speakers are stereo left and right. At that distance, you would only hear a left or right audio signal and not the full stereo sound. CL/MA 1850
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 3, 2013

from Kyle, TX asked:
April 21, 2013
Will these speakers work thru a Samsung Smart TV Model PN60E8000
1 Answer
Hi Kyle, Our wireless outdoor speakers connect via RCA or a 3.5mm (mini) output, which your TV does not include. However, if you’re running a receiver with the TV, you can connect the speakers this way and use any mp3 player, laptop, iPod, etc with a headphone jack. You will need either an RCA output or 3.5mm (mini) output cable, which we offer, to hook up the speakers. CL/MA 1818
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on April 24, 2013

from Grand Haven, Michigan asked:
April 6, 2013
Does the remote need to be pointed at the speakers, or the base unit. If I have 2 sets of speakers, can I turn speaker sets off and on separately with the remotes?
1 Answer
Hi David, The remote on the WPA650 patio speakers is designed to work with the receiver, which is located in the each main speaker. If you are out of direct line of site of the other two main speakers, you should still be able to control the volume at different levels for each. However, this will depend on the environment and installation locations. CL/MA 1774
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on April 8, 2013

Matt Jackson
from Ann Arbor, MI asked:
April 6, 2013
How many pairs of speakers can be connected to a single transmitter. I would like to hook up three pairs for a total of 6 speakers. Is this possible. Thanks
1 Answer
HI Matt, You can hook up three sets of speakers to the WPA-650 and use one transmitter. However, transmitters are not sold separately so you will have two extra transmitters that can be used as backups or spare parts. CL/MA 1773
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on April 9, 2013

from los angeles asked:
April 2, 2013
I am searching for a wireless speaker set where the remote will turn on/off the entire system. I don't want to go outside and have to turn each speaker on individually. Do a lot of systems do this? or only a few? or none? does this one?
1 Answer
Hey Lisa, Using the remote to turn the outdoor wireless speakers off will put the speakers in standby mode. You can leave the speakers on at the base and use the remote to go in and out of standby mode.The light on the speakers will stay on though. CL/MA 1759
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on April 3, 2013

from Cleveland, Ohio asked:
March 28, 2013
I am considering purchasing this unit. I was concerned about rain getting inside ? The first thing I noticed is that there is an open port hole so rain can get inside. Seeing this is powered speaker, there must be an amplifier inside. What happens if rain gets inside with amplifier inside ? I am concerned because I live in a rainy area. The unit just says weatherproof, not waterproof. Can anyone clarify this and answer my concerns .
1 Answer
Hi Jim, Our wireless patio speakers are designed to withstand even harsh weather conditions, including rain; however, we recommend placing these speakers under the eaves to avoid direct exposure. We also recommend covering the speakers during extreme conditions to protect your investment. There is a port, 3.75 inches deep with insulation at the end. When focused downward this should not be a problem. The electronics internally are sealed for the elements. CL/MA 1743
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on March 29, 2013

from Houston, Texas asked:
March 25, 2013
Hi... works with iPad ?
1 Answer
Hi Hugy, Yes! All of our wireless outdoor speakers work with the iPad or any music source that has a headphone jack including iPhones, laptops, MP3 players, the list goes on! CL/MA1733
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on March 25, 2013

from Northport, NY asked:
March 20, 2013
Im looking to mount 2 wireless outdoor speakers under my overhang porch--I have Sirius sat internet radio and listen thru my wireless modem--The only thing im looking to do is hook up power to the speakers and then receive the music from the wireless internet modem, like I do now with a Sirius boombox---Can I also do that with these speakers?(or which speakers should I be looking at) Im sure my wife would also strwam her Ipad music too wirelessly
1 Answer
Hi Gary, Whether you are using your Sirius boom box or connecting directly to your iPod, you need a headphone output jack to connect to the transmitter that comes with both pairs of wireless speakers. You could connect one transmitter to your Sirius boom box and the second transmitter to your iPad or MacPro which would have connectivity to the internet plus have your iTunes library. They cannot transmit at the same time but a single transmitter would control both pairs of patio speakers. You would need to run power to the main speaker of each pair (the one that has the wireless receiver and amplifier built in) and connect the second speaker of each pair to the main speaker with the supplied speaker wire. The 3.5mm cable to RCA is supplied with each pair as well. TL/MA 1718
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on March 20, 2013

James Ward
from Vermont asked:
March 18, 2013
Will this system plug directly into my speaker output in the back of my computer tower? Is the sound good? Is the wireless reliable?
1 Answer
Hi James, The WPA-650 wireless patio speakers sound great and will plug directly into the headphone jack of your PC. These outdoor speakers are on the more reliable 2.4 GHz frequency; however, other devices on the same frequency (cordless phones, baby monitors, etc.) can cause interference. The good news is there are several channels you can cycle through to find the clearest signal. CL/MA 1714
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on March 18, 2013

Tim Elenbaas
from Riverside CA asked:
March 17, 2013
Hello; I am having a pool built and am interested in buying a few pairs of your speakers. I would like 2 pairs of the WR800 rock speakers for the pool area, and a pair of these wireless outdoor patio speakers for the bbq island area. Question is can all 6 speakers run off the same frequency simultaneously off an ipod or iphone? Also do the WPA650's also have an internal amplifier like the rock speakers? Just want to make sure it will all work together without an external amp. Thanks. Also could I run the pool speakers without bbq island speakers or vice versa? On/off power switch? Tim Elenbaas 714-920-5487 cell
1 Answer
Hi Tim, Both the WR800 and WPA650 wireless outdoor speakers use a common transmitter. The single transmitter can connect all three pairs for your application; however, you may have to experiment with the best placement for the transmitter. The WPA650 and WR800 have an internal amplifier and receiver built into the master and a speaker wire that connects to the second satellite speaker. Both need to be connected to a power source using the supplied power supply. The second satellite speaker is connected by speaker wire (rated for direct burial for the WR800s). There is also a remote control to turn the rock and patio speakers on/off and to control volume. Both speakers include an on/off switch on the master speaker (on the bottom of the WR800 and the back of the WPA650). TL/MA #1706
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on March 18, 2013

from New Jersey asked:
February 9, 2013
How long is the AC Adapter to the first speaker? Does it include a "box" like in the picture? And is it grounded? Thanks
1 Answer
HI David, The AC adapter on our wireless outdoor patio speakers is 8 feet long and includes a box as shown in the picture. CL/MA 1614
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on February 11, 2013

from Houston asked:
September 29, 2012
Will this work with the Bose 123 system? Tks
1 Answer
Hi Daphne, If your Bose system has an audio output then you can use it as a source for your wireless speakers. The transmitter accepts either an RCA (red and white) or a mini (3.5mm which is also referred to as a headphone jack). Both the cables are included with the speaker set. CL/MA 1310
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on October 1, 2012

from Overland Park, KS asked:
August 19, 2012
I have a couple questions. 1) I would like to run a total of 4 speakers from the same transmitter to my outdoor patio and deck. Is this possible and if so what speakers do I purchase to be able to do this? How do I get them to all be on the same channel together? 2) How long is the power cable for the main speaker? Can it be left plugged in thoughout the year if it is not left in a completely exposed area? Thank you
1 Answer
Hi Curtis, 1) Our WR800, Wireless Rock Speakers and our WPA-650 Patio Speakers share the same Transmitter and Wireless Receiver design. You could power two pair of Rocks or two pair of the Patio Speakers or a combination of one pair of Rocks and one pair of Patio Speakers. They will both sink up when used with a single transmitter. 2) The power cord for the two main speakers that will need to be plugged in (one for each pair) is 3 feet from the speaker to the wall wart and a little over 4 and a half feet to the power plug. As long as you keep them protected from the direct elements you can leave them out all year. There is also a speaker wire that has to be run from the main speaker (that has the receiver and power amp built in) to the satellite speaker (comes with 30 feet). That would be the case for both pair of speakers. TL 1244
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on August 21, 2012

from Rockford, IL asked:
July 25, 2012
Are these speakers and grills paintable, so they can blend in with the color of the house?
1 Answer
Hi Sherry: Yes you can paint the WPA-6560 speakers to match your surroundings. You will most likely want to purchase the white finish to start with versus the black. The Grills are removable; recommend painting them with a spray paint. Then create a paint shield to cover the front baffle where the tweeter, Woofer, front port and Power on LED light is located (only on the master speaker). Thank you for considering OSD Branded products. TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on July 25, 2012

from moriches,new york asked:
July 12, 2012
can this be used with a bose radio
1 Answer
Hi Pat: Yes the WPA-650 would work fine with the BOSE radio. You would use the Aux cable (3.5mm to 3.5mm) to connect from the headphone jack located on the back of the BOSE radio to the input of the Wireless Transmitter. The Patio Speakers have a remote control to adjust the volume levels of the speakers. Good Luck, TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on July 16, 2012

from SF, CA asked:
July 6, 2012
Does the remote control truly power these units on? I have another set of wireless speakers (different mfr) and the remote turns the units into standby, and back on. But if my speakers are really powered off, the remote cannot power them up. In other words, if I would mount these OSD speaker in a place I can't reach them, and have them plugged in there, will the remote turn them off and on without me having o reach up and press some other button?
1 Answer
Hi Hans: The wireless remote control supplied with the WPA650 only puts the speaker in stand-by mode similar to your other speakers. You can also control the volume up or down. There is a power switch on the back of the main speaker which must be manually pressed to turn the speaker on or off. There is a Blue power on LED light located on the front of the speaker that only shuts off when the power switch is manually turned off. It stays lit with the switch is in the on position even if you use the remote to place the speaker in stand-by mode. So in order to truly shut the speaker off or on you would need access to the switch on the back of the main speaker. TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on July 9, 2012

Bill Thomas
from Hot Springs, AR asked:
July 5, 2012
Is the volume on these independent of the source. For instance, if I hook these up to a TV, do I have to have two remotes handy to adjust the volume? Or can I set them and forget them and just use the TV volume? Thanks.
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Hi Bill, If the TV is your audio source, that is sending the audio signal to the speaker without volume information, so you would control the speakers volume with the remote it comes with. CL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on July 6, 2012
Hi Bill, The volume to the wireless patio speakers is controlled mainly by the remote control. You can vary the volume with the TV remote as well. When you press off on the remote, it puts the speakers in standby mode until you press the on/off button again. The volume will be at the same level as when you turned it to standby mode. In order to turn the patio speakers physically off and on, you would need to use the manual on/off switch on the back of the main speaker itself. When it comes back on with the manual switch, the volume needs to be turned back up with the remote. Essentially, you will use a combination of both remotes. TL/MA
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on July 6, 2012

Kevin Foreman
from Troy, MI asked:
July 4, 2012
It looks like the speaker posts are exposed to the weather. Are these speakers truly weatherproof?
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HI Kevin, These speakers are weather resistant but are not meant to be exposed directly to the elements. We usually recommend using them under an eave or covered patio. Since they’re fairly portable, we also recommend bringing them into the house during the off season or when inclement weather is forecast. Most of our other patio speakers feature similar speaker terminals. TL/MA
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on July 6, 2012

from Tacoma. WA asked:
July 4, 2012
How long is the AC power cord?
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Hi SCott: The Power Cord which also features the Power Supply (called a wall wart) is roughly 8 feet in length. Checkout the WR800 which features an image with the Power supply that goes to the main rock just like the it does to the main Patio speaker. It can be extended from the two prong plug. TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on July 6, 2012

from Wareham, Mass asked:
July 3, 2012
How loud are they? How do they compare to the wr800 in sound?
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Hi Jorge, The WR800s are our most powerful wireless speakers and will give you higher volume.Both the rock speakers include an 8" polypropylene woofer. The patio style speakers have 6.5" woofers. Both are rated at 120 Watts Peak. CL/MA
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on July 3, 2012
Hi Jorge, The WPA-650 wireless patio speakers are very similar to the WR-800 wireless rocks; in fact, they share the same internal amplifier, external power supply and wireless transformer. The WR-800 has a little more bass with the 8" internal driver but the WPA-650 is not far behind. We have both a WR-800 and WPA-650 playing off a single transmitter in our warehouse, and they have no problem filling our 45K foot facility (and the warehouse crew has no complaints). TL/MA
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on July 3, 2012

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