How to Hook My Wireless Speaker to My Amplifier

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How to Hook My Wireless Speaker to My Amplifier
Wireless speakers receive signals from a transmitter connected to an amp. (Speaker image by PinkShot from

Wireless speakers work with a transmitter connected to an audio source, such as an amplifier, to receive the sound signal as a radio frequency. Once transmitted, the wireless speaker reproduces the audio signal. You can place the wireless speaker almost anywhere in a room, as long as it is within the transmitter's broadcasting range. The transmitter connects to one of the amplifier's speaker terminals with a short section of speaker wire.

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Things you need

  • Wireless speaker transmitter
  • Speaker wire
  • Wire cutters

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  1. 1

    Cut a 6-inch length of two-strand speaker wire and peel the insulation off the strands on both ends using the wire cutters.

  2. 2

    Attach the coloured wire to the right terminal on the transmitter and the other wire to the left terminal.

  3. 3

    Connect the two strands on the other end to a speaker terminal on the rear of your amplifier.

  4. 4

    Plug in the power cord for the transmitter and switch on the amplifier.

  5. 5

    Switch on the power for the wireless speaker and place in the desired location within the room.

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