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Wireless Outdoor Rock Speakers OSD Audio WR150

Product code: OSD-WR-150

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Features & Specifications

An Outdoor iPod Music Solution! Using the more reliable 2.4GHz digital frequency, the all-weather WR150 wireless rock speakers send quality sound up to 300 feet (may vary depending on the environment). Two 5” polypropylene drivers provide excellent sound while all-weather construction ensures a long life.

Easy Setup and Connects to iPods and Other Portable Devices
If you've been looking for a no-hassle way to listen to your music library outside, this is it. Just 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.

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.

Installation Ability Level: Novice Even if you have very little AV knowledge, this wireless system is 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 rock speakers where you want them. You may have to experiment with frequency channels and speaker placement to achieve the best sound.

Going Wireless
Wireless refers to the fact that you do not need to connect the rock speakers to your audio source. The two speakers are connected via speaker wire. The reason for this is that an amplifier is built into a main speaker which acts as the power source for both speakers. This is why the rock speakers must be wired together.

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Speaker Details
Driver size: 5" Polypropylene Cone
Continuous/Peak: 20 Watts continuous/50 Watts peak
Frequency Range: 90Hz - 20Khz
Impedance: 8 ohm
Speaker Dimensions: (LxWxH) 7" x 7" x 7 1/2"
All-weather design

Transmitter Details
Frequency Range: 2.4Ghz - 2.48Ghz Up to 300 feet (may vary) Inputs: 3.5mm audio input jack Channel switching

Included:
(2) Rock Speakers
(1) Rock Style Audio Transmitter
(1) Power Supply for both rock speaker and transmitter
(1) Remote Control
(1) Audio Cable
(1) RCA Audio Cable

Question: Can I Add More Speakers?
Sure but you will have to purchase the same type of OSD wireless speakers that transmits on the same frequency. Unlike wired systems that can be home run to separate channels on an amplifier, additional speakers will require additional power. Your original transmitter will still transmit the signal to the added speakers but you will have some leftovers like an additional transmitter. Just store it away in case the transmitter is damaged; it could come in handy on day.


Specifications

Other Product Info

Using 2.4GHz digital technology vs the weaker old technology analog 900Hz technology. The 2.4Ghz has longer range, less noise and interference. Weatherproof designed wireless rock speakers. Send quality sound up to 300 feet range unobstructed (may vary depending on the environment) through walls floors or ceilings. Remote control included.

OWNER'S MANUAL

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QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

37 Questions & 39 Answers
Mary R
from MI asked:
December 3, 2018
I've lost the manual that came with the WR-150 speakers. How can I get one? The pdf file on your website is not working.
1 Answer
Hi Mary: I will send an Owners manual directly to your email. That and the owners manual for the WT800. The WR150 has a battery option for power for the Receiver. The WR800 is AC power only. Check your email. TL/5315
Submitted by: Tim Leahy on December 6, 2018

Travis
from Rossville, kansas asked:
August 24, 2014
My remote was broken can I use a universal remote to turn it on? Where can I get another remote?
1 Answer
Hi Travis, You will need to purchase another remote through our website.
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on August 26, 2014

john
from Penrose colorado asked:
August 19, 2014
Will this ever be back in stock
1 Answer
Hi John, Unfortunately these speakers have been discontinued. Check out the BTR150 instead. CS 2882
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on August 21, 2014

Bill
from Northern CA asked:
June 10, 2014
Can I use my smart phone to send the music to these speakers? Samsung Galaxy 3.
1 Answer
Hi Bill, Yes, you can use any device that has a headphone jack. You connect to the transmitter using a 3.5mm to 3.5mm cable. We also carry the BTR150's that you can connect your phone directly to the speaker using the Bluetooth on your phone. CS 2744
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on June 12, 2014

John
from Maine asked:
June 10, 2014
Are these stereo speakers or 2 mono speakers?
1 Answer
HI John, These are stereo speakers. The master speaker will receive the stereo audio signal from the transmitter and it will power the satellite speaker via speaker wire. Thanks! -BM 2743
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on June 13, 2014

Sean Hughes
from seananna@comcast.net asked:
May 12, 2014
Could I connect the base unit too an airport express and use the 3.5mm jack as the source and then play Spotify or iTunes radio?
1 Answer
Hi Sean, Yes, you can connect the transmitter to virtually any source that can run RCA or 3.5mm. Enjoy! BM 2679
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 13, 2014

Farley
from Syracuse, NY asked:
May 1, 2014
I have a Netgear R6300 Wireless AC router in my basement. It is a small raised ranch. It operates at 2.5 and 5 gHz. I plan on putting the tranmitter upsrtairs next to my receiver which is about 20 ft hoirizontal distance and maybe 10 ft verticle distance from the router. Do you think I will get interference problems?
1 Answer
Hi Farley, It's hard to say, but if you can get wireless internet signal up there on your devices, then I'd imagine the transmitter could get interference. Try bringing a smart phone or laptop up there and see if you get wifi internet signal. Can you switch it to 5ghz and test? If you can change your wifi router to 5ghz, then i don't think that should interfere with our wireless transmitter working on 2.4ghz. Let us know the results! Thanks. BM 2655
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 1, 2014

Anthony S.
from Central Coast, Calif. asked:
April 16, 2014
Can you connect multiple pairs of speakers around the yard? Say, two on the left side of a yard, two in back, and two on the right side of yard for a total of six speakers paired with main speaker?
1 Answer
Hi Anthony, You can have up to 3 pairs of the WR-150 running off one single transmitter, allowing you to run the same music source to all 6 speakers simultaneously. Each pair has a master speaker which needs to be plugged into an outlet via the ac adapter, and a satellite speaker which needs to be wired to the master speaker via the speaker wire included in the package. Let us know if you have any further questions. Thanks! -BM 2618
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on April 17, 2014

David
from Boca Raton, FL asked:
April 3, 2014
What is the transmitting range for these speakers? The speakers produce music for up to 300 ft...but how far can I set the receiving speakers away from the transmitter?
1 Answer
Hi David, You can have the transmitter up to 200-300ft away from the master speaker, and you do want to have the transmitter far away from any wireless internet routers so no interference occurs. Thanks! -BM 2594
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on April 3, 2014

Gary Hudson
from Henderson, NV asked:
March 17, 2014
I have tried to use my ipod as a source and I get nothing. I have tried cycling through the channles as discribed in the youtube video bt still nothing. the only source I have been able to make work i using my direct tv box a the source vi the RCA cable. Any suggestions.
1 Answer
Hi Gary, It could be that you are getting interference from your wireless internet signal, as they do run off the same frequency as most wifi internet. Or, it could be that you have a faulty 3.5mm cable if you say sources are working using the RCA cable. Let me know. Thanks. -Bm 2544
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on March 27, 2014

James
from Katy Texas asked:
January 12, 2014
I just got these speakers and follow the set up instructions. The green light is lite on the base when you turn the switch on. Does the red light stay on when you push the button on the remote to power unit up? It comes on for a brief second only. My speakers do not work and I think they are not powering up. Thanks for any input on these speakers. Thank you!
1 Answer
Hi James, Sometimes with these speakers, WiFi can interrupt the signal with the transmitter. Here are some troubleshooting tips. 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 correctly and powered on, turn the wreless 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. Hope that helps CS 2438
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on March 6, 2014

Ryan Worley
from cincinnati oh asked:
December 12, 2013
Can you plug it in to the TV to use pandora form the TV
1 Answer
Hi Ryan, Possibly if your TV has an audio output. Check to see if it has RCA (red and white) audio output. A headphone jack would maybe work with the 3.5mm cable included but most TVs these days don't have the headphone jacks. Let us know! -BM 2391
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on December 20, 2013

John Specht
from The Woodlands, Texas asked:
November 2, 2013
I'm interested in these speaks but concerned that they might be "distance limited." I want to place them around my pool, was hoping to extend the speakers beyond the 30 ft distance allowed by the provided cable, but noticed in another response this is not recommended as the stereo effect is lost. Can you tell me the distance of the a/c power supply? I don't want to have rock #1 close to the house/patio outlet (a/c power source) and rock #2 a mere 30 ft away as this option isn't really the location in our yard/pool where we "hang out." Options? Thanks.
1 Answer
Hi John, Correct, a pair of the WR-150 wouldn't do too well that far apart from each other, since they are only 5.25" drivers. If you were to go with the WR-800s, that would solve that issue, as they are 8" drivers and will cover a much larger area. Another option would be to run two pairs of WR-150, which can all run off the same transmitter. The power chord from speaker to outlet is roughly 8' but can be used with an extension cable. Let us know if that answers your question. Thanks! -BM 2302
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on November 5, 2013

Johnson
from ohio asked:
July 17, 2013
Can the transmitter be plugged into a bluetooth soundbar?
1 Answer
Johnson, These run off a 2.4Ghz wireless frequency, but you can essentially connect the transmitter to any music source that has an audio signal pushing out of either an auxiliary or RCA output. We will be receiving this speaker in a Bluetooth version soon as well. -BM 2089
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on July 26, 2013

Doug
from Jacksonville, FL asked:
June 24, 2013
How long is the wire between the 2 speakers? Is there any extension if I want to place one on either side of my pool and the length of the wire provided is too short?
1 Answer
Hi Doug, The 30-ft speaker cable should not be extended. In addition, if you place the speakers too far apart, you'll lose the stereo effect. Hope that helps! CL/MA 2013
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on June 28, 2013

Allison
from Romeoville, IL asked:
March 14, 2013
Can you use your iPhone to play music too?
1 Answer
Hi Allison, Your iPhone can be the source for our WR150 wireless rock speakers. Simply connect the provided cable into the headphone jack of your iPhone and then into the transmitter. CL/MA 1702
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on March 15, 2013

John
from Dallas, Texas asked:
January 19, 2013
What is the return policy/process for these? I've not had wireless outdoor speakers before and want to try them out, but if they do not work I want to be able to return them.
1 Answer
Hi John, There is a 30-day performance guarantee. If they are not satisfactory, you can return them within 30 days of placing the order. You do need to make sure to save all the original packaging in case you do want to return them. Also feel free to call us to help you set them up once you have received them. Both our WR800 (8') and WPA650 (6.5" patio Speakers) are the best wireless speakers we offer. TL/MA - 1566
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on January 20, 2013

mike
from lakeville,mn asked:
August 29, 2012
I have a pair of wired rock speakers and was wondering if I can add 2 wireless to the system. Thought it would be easier than running the wire.
1 Answer
Hi Mike, Whether you select our WR800 or WR150 Wireless Rock speakers, you should be able to incorporate it in your system as long as you have a pre-amp output from your existing receiver/amplifier. Please note, however, that you will need a power source for the main wireless speaker, which 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. Your other option would be to daisy chain a second pair of wired speakers from your first pair. Please feel free to contact us directly so we can help you choose the most effective option. TL/MA 1263
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on August 30, 2012

Morgan
from Los Angeles, CA asked:
August 5, 2012
I have a pair of your wireless rock speakers that I bought about 2 months ago. The problem is that when the transmitter is powered up, it totally blocks my wifi router (Wireless N/G mixed) signal. Is there a physical or electronic way to ensure that these two components can work in the same room without interference?
1 Answer
Hi Morgan, The wireless speakers and the wireless internet both run off 2.4Ghz frequency, so unfortunately they will interfere with each other. You can, however, try moving the wireless transmitter to a different room or location further away from your wireless internet router - this may lessen the amount of interference. The other option, while less convenient, would be to turn off the wireless router while using the speakers, and vice verse. If you have any further questions regarding your wireless setup, please feel free to give us a call here and talk to our technical support team. BM
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on August 8, 2012

Artie B
from NY,NY asked:
July 25, 2012
Hi I just got my Speakers yesterday and put them out by my pool, I have the transmitter outside about 30ft from the speakers and there is a lot of static and they cut in and out, I tried changing the channel but still not as clear as I thought they would be, is there anything else I can try? Thank You
1 Answer
Hi Artie, Other devices that use the 2.4 GHz frequency, such as cordless phones, baby monitors or wireless routers, can cause interference. Turning off these devices when you use your rock speakers might help. We also recommend moving the transmitter to different locations and testing the channels. There are about five channels you can cycle through on the transmitter. Press the button on the transmitter and use the remote to turn the speaker pair off then on. Repeat this process and it should clear up the interference you’re experiencing. CL/MA
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on July 25, 2012

Jim S
from Atlanta, GA asked:
July 22, 2012
I have been using them for year with no problem but recently, my remote will not turn system on. New battery installed as well as double checking that all power was on but no response..
2 Answers
Jim, Go ahead and try cycling through the channels; 1. When everything is plugged in and powered on, turn the wireless speakers off using the on/off button on the remote. 2. Next, press the channel button on the transmitter once. 3. Now, turn the rocks on using the on/off button on the remote. 4. The speakers should start producing sound now. 5. Make sure that the volume is turned up using the volume button on the remote. This should clear up any issues you are having. CL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on July 23, 2012
Hi Jim, Make sure the power light is on under the main speaker as well as the transmitter. If both are lit and it still does not work, then you may just have a faulty remote, which we can replace. Please contact Brennan at brennan@osdaudio.com. TL/MA
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on July 23, 2012

CDR
from West Chester, PA asked:
July 4, 2012
I purchased these speakers March 2011, one season worked great. Stored in the house over the winter. I find the AC adapter is not working (Part number HG1L090080) is there a replacement? Was ready to order a second set to synch to the two I have but will see if I can get a new AC adapter for the original or if there is some warranty on the part. Using batteries as the power source but rather AC power.
1 Answer
Hi CDR: We should replace your Power Supply under warranty. Please contact brennan@osdaudio.com to discuss getting a new Power Supply. TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on July 6, 2012

sean
from st. louis asked:
July 2, 2012
Trying to hook these up to my Yamaha RX-V1400 AV receiver and not having success. Works great with the mini jack into my iPhone but output with the RCA plugs is very low. RCA plugs are plugged into the preout jacks of the receiver. What am I missing? Thanks in Advance!
1 Answer
Hi Sean, You mentioned Pre-Out on the RX-V1400. This receiver features two Pre-Outs labeled as Zone 2 and Zone 3. Page 68 of the owners talks about adjusting the volume output. It sounds like you have not adjusted the volume out yet on the Pre-Out you selected. The combination of adjusting the volume on the receiver and using the volume control on the WR-150 should increase your output to the desired level. Please let us know if that works. TL/MA
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on July 3, 2012

Michael Fennema
from Michigan asked:
June 10, 2012
The speakers sound ok but I get some interruption once in awhile, my sending unit is in the house and speakers are outside but line off site is through windows and about 40 ft. do you have any suggestions as what I can do?
1 Answer
Hi Michael: This is from Brennan our tech support guru... The following steps can be used to walk customers through re-synchronizing the wireless transmitter with the speakers. This has been tested. If this doesn’t produce results – it’s likely that the transmitter is the issue. If there is no power, the issue will be one of the AC adaptors. In rare instances, the issue can be in the speaker itself. 1. When everything is plugged in and powered on, turn the wireless speakers off using the on/off button on the remote. 2. Next, press the channel button on the transmitter once. 3. Now, turn the rocks on using the on/off button on the remote. 4. The speakers should start producing sound now. 5. Make sure that the volume is turned up using the volume button on the remote. *Note: Whatever the source be (MP3 player, CD player, computer, etc) – the volume should be turned up to max level. Note: Sometimes moving the transmitter even further away will help. TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on June 15, 2012

Mike
from New Jersey asked:
June 8, 2012
I bought these speakers last year and they worked. I am trying to set them up this year and they aren't working. I tried syncing the speakers to the transmitter, but can't get the remote to turn the speakers off. Any ideas?
1 Answer
Hi Mike: Please contact Brennan in our customer service department... brennan@osdaudio.com or 1-888-779-4968 ext 120. he will be able to help you out. TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on June 8, 2012

Marlene
from Charles Town WV asked:
May 25, 2012
Is it possible to purchase just a speaker AC cord for this Wireless indoor Outdoor Speaker Pair?
1 Answer
Hi Marlene: Whether you are asking about the AC cord from the AC outlet to the main speaker or the AC cord that connects the two speakers we can help you out. Please contact Brennan at brennan@osdaudio.com TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 25, 2012

Carly
from Lorena, Texas asked:
May 22, 2012
If you buy two speakers, how far apart can they be from each other. Do they have to be side by side?
1 Answer
Hi Carly, There is a special power cable that connects the two speakers together. It is between 20 to 30 feet. These speakers are left and right stereo pairs so you don't want to separate them too far apart. We recommend no more than 10 to 12 feet apart. TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 22, 2012

W. Barkman
from Wantagh, NY asked:
May 1, 2012
1. What is the length of the speaker AC adapter wire? 2. What is the length of the pairing speaker wire?
1 Answer
Hi W 1) The power cord from the main speaker is 8 feet, 2) The wire used to connect between the main speaker and the satellite speaker actually carries the current to power the wireless receiver and internal amplifier in the satellite speaker. TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 2, 2012

Alex
from St George, UT asked:
March 27, 2012
Can the WR 150 2.4ghz Wireless Outdoor speakers be hooked up to a projector for DVD capabilities for an outdoor movie?
1 Answer
Hi Alex, The WR150s come with both mini (3.5mm) and RCA cables. You would connect the RCA to RCA cables to the Analog output of your DVD Player (left and Right marked red and white Audio Out) and plug the other end into the Wireless Transmitter. CL/MA
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on March 27, 2012

mike
from bloomington in asked:
March 12, 2012
can u buy 2 sets and wire them together?
1 Answer
Mike, You are able to buy two sets and have them play off one transmitter. You will have a second transmitter as a backup. CL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on March 12, 2012

Doug
from Baltimore MD asked:
March 6, 2012
Can the transmitter be powered by battery or does it only work with when plugged in?
1 Answer
Hi Doug, The Wireless Transmitter is only AC from the power supply that needs to be plugged into the wall. The remote control is battery operated and the Wireless Receiver in the master speaker can be powered either by AC Power supply (included) or by 6 AA Batteries (not included). TL/MA
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on March 6, 2012

mohamed anas.j
from UAE asked:
March 3, 2012
This type of speakers only for us? because i say your specification there will you note 120v power supply........ in my country to provided 220v only so i ask this question..........
2 Answers
HI Mohamed: These speakers feature a Transmitter and Receiver that utilize an external Power Supply. Unfortunetly the Power Supply only works on 120V. It will not work on 220V. TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on March 5, 2012
HI Mohamed: These speakers feature a Transmitter and Receiver that utilize an external Power Supply. Unfortunetly the Power Supply only works on 120V. It will not work on 220V. TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on March 5, 2012

Brian
from Willis< Texas asked:
February 2, 2012
How compatable is this wireless speaker system with other units like a table top radio?
1 Answer
Hi Brian, Most tabletop radios that feature a signal level connection either labeled as headphone or aux output are identical to the connection of an iPod or laptop computer. There is an aux cable supplied with the unit that will work just fine. It is a 3.5mm stereo to 3.5mm stereo patch cord. If it is a bigger radio/tape player (boom box) combination, it may have two RCA outputs (R+L stereo) to connect the transmitter. We supply that cable with the unit as well. It features two male RCA plugs to a single 3.5mm stereo plug that goes to the input of the transmitter. TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on February 2, 2012

antone bruce
from newark, NJ asked:
November 28, 2011
how loud does the speakers get? Can you easily hear the sounds in the yard?
1 Answer
It is hard to gauge how loud these will get in an open air enviroment espeially not knowing how big an area you will be placing these speakers. Note these produce 50 watts peak. If loudness is really a concern you can purchase a second pair and feature two pair or four speakers. Or you can select or WR-800 which features a 8" mid bass driver versus the 5.25" of the WR-150. It not only features more cone space but have an amplifier with peak of 120 watts, more than double the WR-150.
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on November 28, 2011

antone bruce
from newark, NJ asked:
November 28, 2011
Can i purchase them at any of the warehouse or large chain stores?
1 Answer
OSD or Amazon.com, exclusively on-line. TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on November 28, 2011

antone bruce
from newark, NJ asked:
November 28, 2011
how loud does the speakers get? Can you easily hear the sounds in the yard?
1 Answer
Antone: Since we don’t know how big and what kind of open area in which you'll be placing these speakers, it’s hard to gauge how loud they will sound. These speakers produce 50 watts peak. If loudness is a priority, you may consider purchasing a second pair (for a total of four speakers). Another option would be to select our WR-800 which features an 8" mid bass driver versus the 5.25" of the WR-150. Not only does it feature more cone space but it has an amplifier with peak of 120 watts, more than double the WR-150. MA/TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on November 28, 2011

Dick
from Seattle asked:
October 22, 2011
1. Does the speaker use DLNA technology? 2. If used with other DLNA devices, will there be DELAY in the sound (eg between manufacturers)? Thanks
1 Answer
It use 2.4g wireless technology.
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on October 24, 2011

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