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Hello, I have seen quite a few people post this issue but have seen no one respond about the issue to get fixed I own the rsb-14 soundbar with sub. There is a constant static noise, hissing sound coming from the 2 outside speakers of the bar. I contacted the dealer and got a new replacement soundbar. Yet still the issue persists?? Any reasons as to why? It happens through the optical and the hdmi-arc input. And the power source in plugged into monster power, power source.
Just purchased RSB 14 soundbar/subwoofer and one RW1 DTS speaker. connected both to my wifi and they played great. Either at same time or separately. Then downloaded/updated firmware (as instructed) to RSB14 in attempt to set up Surround SOund with the RW1. Now when i play both speakers at same time they are not in sync. About a half second off from each other. I have disconnected from wifi and reinstalled both. No change. Have not been successful in setting up the surround sound either. Frustrating. I am not a novice at PCs or electronics. Suggestions or fixes?? Thanks. Trperry Grayslake, IL
Rsb14 + 2 speakers rw1 with Wifi While Creating surround system, I can’t Desesperatly set up the rear speakers the system stops before ending thé setting ... « trying something else » then but without Success updated of 3 devices is ok i can use independantly the 3 of them I can set up a stéréo pairs with speakers but no surround really upset with thïs system for a while now 😡
Having lots of trouble setting up two RW-1s to operate as left and right rear channels with an RSB-14 sound bar. I believe my wireless router is not the problem...it is a dual band AT&T wireless. I get beeps from the speakers (RW-1s) but not music. It seems that the RW's may not be linked to the RSB-14 sound bar. I can see the speakers on another computer listed as Play-Fi devices with long numbers (haven't gotten to the point of renaming). I thought I saw three Play-Fi2 devices, but now only two. Does the sound bar also transmit? Should there be three? The sound bar and rear spkrs are in a relatively small room together. There was also a second wireless router in there too, but it has now been disconnected. Maybe some conflict between the routers before...I don't know. Spent an hour and a half on the phone with Klipsch Customer Service. I was disappointed that he didn't seem too well versed in iphone...but only Android setup screens on the phone. Not that I am either, but I am not Customer Service. Looks like you would need to know both flavors to do that. Question: I am guessing that the RW-1 app for upgrading the firmware in the RW-1s will only download to a smart phone (either iphone or Android) so as to protect the program from unauthorized downloads?? I was trying to use a Mac book to download and remotely run the update in firmware, but it looks like it must be a phone? I have done the firmware revision on the sound bar, but not the rear spkrs. I have a little logistics problem with being able to get to the speakers so I was trying to do it remotely from another room in range. I guess the problem is just the fact that I have not gotten the RW-1s firmware updated. Any thoughts?? Is this the right sub forum for RW-1? Didn't find any reference with search.