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Registered: ‎11-05-2009

1: How do I setup my Rocketboost Wireless Audio Devices?

  • Every Rocketboost network must contain only one hub device, which helps devices join the network.
  • The network can have only one hub, which you can enable using the hub switch on the back of all Rocketboost senders and sender/receivers.
  • If this is your first Rocketboost product, make this device the hub, if you already have Rocketboost products, disable hub mode on this device.
  • The hub device must have power for the audio network to operate. The hub can be in standby (power-saving mode), but must remain plugged in.
  • To setup and join your wireless speaker and sender/receiver:
  1. Load batteries in the wireless speaker.
    1. Unscrew the three screws from the bottom cover.
    2. Insert eight alkaline or rechargeable NiMH “C” batteries matching the +/- symbols as indicated. This product will only charge NiMH batteries.
    3. Replace the cover and fasten the three screws.

OR

Connect the AC power adapter to the wireless speaker and plug into an AC power outlet. If you have rechargeable batteries installed, the CHARGE LED blinks green while it is charging and turns solid when charging is complete. (NOTE: Prior to first use, charge batteries for 16 hours.)

  1. Raise the sender/receiver antennas to the vertical position.
  2. Connect one end of the supplied audio cable to the AUDIO IN jack on the sender/receiver and the other end to the audio output jack of your device such as an A/V receiver, PC, or iPod.
  3. Connect the power adapter to the DC IN jack on the sender/receiver and into a power outlet. The receiver automatically turns on.
  4. The sender/receiver and wireless speaker packaged together were pre-joined at the factory, so if you are only using one sender/receiver and wireless speaker set, no further configuration is needed.
  5. If you need to join your sender/receiver to an existing hub:
    1. On the sender/receiver set the HUB STATUS to DISABLE.
    2. Turn Off the sender/receiver, then turn it On.
    3. Press and hold the power/join button on the sender/receiver for more than three seconds to put it into joining mode for 30 seconds. The power indicator light starts blinking rapidly.
    4. Press and hold the power/join button on the hub unit for more than three seconds to put it in joining mode. The power/join indicator light starts blinking rapidly. Joining mode stays active for 30 seconds.

                                                                                          i.    The power indicator lights steadily if the joining was successful.

                                                                                         ii.    The power indicator blinks slowly if the joining was not successful. 

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2: My Rocketboost devices will not pair or join.

  Every Rocketboost network must contain only one hub device, which helps other Rocketboost devices join the network.

  • You can turn any Rocketboost sender or sender/receiver into a hub by using the HUB STATUS or HUB ENABLE switch on the back of the device. The network can only have one hub.
  • The hub device must have power for the audio network to operate. The hub can be in standby (power-saving mode), but must remain plugged in.
  • The existing hub device will be the device with the green power indicator.
  • The hub device must have power for the audio network to operate. The hub can be in standby (power-saving mode), but must remain plugged in.
  • If Yes, make sure both the sender and receiver devices are plugged in.
  1.  
    • The unobstructed operating range of a Rocketboost network is 150 feet (45 meters).
    • Each network must also contain both a sender device and a receiver device. Do you have both a sender and a receiver device?
  1. If the devices are more than 20 ft. apart or in separate rooms, bring them into the same room, plug them into an outlet and power them on.
  2. Make sure the antennas are raised on the sender and receiver devices.
  3. If the sender is the first sender in the Rocketboost network, make sure the HUB STATUS or HUB ENABLE is set to ENABLE.

OR

If the sender is NOT the first sender in the Rocketboost network, make sure the HUB STATUS or HUB ENABLE is set to DISABLE.

  1. Power cycle both the sender and receiver devices by turning them off and turning them on again.
  2. Make sure the sender device connected to audio source such as an A/V receiver, PC, or iPod.
  3. Make sure the receiver device is connected to speakers or a speaker/amplifier system.
  4. Press and hold the power/join button the sender device for more than three seconds to put it into joining mode for 30 seconds. The power indicator light starts blinking rapidly.
  5. Press and hold the power/join button on the receiver device for more than three seconds to put it in joining mode. The power indicator light starts blinking rapidly. Joining mode stays active for 30 seconds.
    1. The power indicator lights steadily if the joining was successful.
    2. The power indicator blinks slowly if the joining was not successful. Repeat steps 6 and 7.
    3. If the devices were in separate rooms move them back to their original locations. The devices will remained paired and should work together as long as they are not more than 150 feet (45 meters) apart.
  • If No, you will need to purchase additional Rocketboost devices.
  • The RF-RBAUX, Rocketboost Wireless Sender/Receiver can be used as either a sender or receiver. If this is the only Rocketboost device you own, you will need to purchase a sender device such as another RF-RBAUX.
  • The RF-RBKIT, Rocketboost Wireless HD Starter Kit, includes a sender device and a receiver device. You can start your Rocketboost network with this set.
  • The RF-RBREC, Rocketboost Amplified Audio Receiver, is an amplified receiver. If this is the only Rocketboost device you own, you will need to purchase a sender device such as the RF-RBAUX.
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3: How do I connect more than one sender and/or receiver?

  • You will need to connect each sender and/or receiver to the Rocketboost network hub device. The hub device will be the device with the green power indicator.
  • To join devices:
  1. Make sure the antennas are raised on the sender and receiver devices.
  2. On the new sender or receiver device, make sure the HUB STATUS or HUB ENABLE is set to DISABLE.
  3. Connect the power adapter to the DC IN jack on the new sender or receiver device and into a power outlet. The sender or receiver device automatically turns on.
  4. Press and hold the power/join button the hub device for more than three seconds to put it into joining mode for 30 seconds. The power indicator light starts blinking rapidly.
  5. Press and hold the power/join button on the new sender or receiver device for more than three seconds to put it in joining mode. The power indicator light starts blinking rapidly. Joining mode stays active for 30 seconds.
  6. The power indicator lights steadily if the joining was successful.
  7. The power indicator blinks slowly if the joining was not successful. Repeat steps 4 and 5.
    1. Repeat these steps to connect additional sender or receiver devices.

                                                                                       

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4: How do I connect more than one wireless speaker (RF-RBWS02)?

  1. Join the first wireless speaker to your network, if it is already connected continue to step 2. If you are unsure how to do this, please see Question 1 on page 1.
  2. Tune to the source that you want to listen to on the first wireless speaker.
  3. Join the second wireless speaker to the network.
  4. Tune the second wireless speaker to the same audio source. You will now have two mono speakers, indicated by the LED on the front panel of each device.
  5. Select which speaker you want to be the left speaker, then press and hold the Source button for five seconds. It will start blinking rapidly.
  6. On the other wireless speaker, press and hold the Source button for five seconds. It will blink rapidly and then turn solid. The LED indicators will then show the appropriate Left and Right indication for each speaker.
  7. The speaker automatically switches to Stereo if only one speaker is turn on; however when the second speaker is turn on, the Mono settings will take effect on each speaker. The pair will create the stereo sound. 
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5: Can I get more information about the Rocketboost Wireless Audio Devices?

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6: How many senders and receivers can I setup?

  • You can have up to 5 senders and 9 receivers in a Rocketboost Network.
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7: Where can I find more information about my warranty?

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8: I have no sound coming from my wireless speakers.

  • Make sure that all of the cables are connected correctly to the Rocketboost devices.
  • Make sure the audio source connected to your sender is On.
  • Make sure the sender or receiver devices are not Muted. The Tx/Rx indicator light blinks when the device is muted.
  • Make sure the sender and receiver devices are joined. If you need help with setting up or joining the devices, please see Question 1 on page 1.
  • Surround sound speakers may not always have audio playing from them.
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9: My audio has static noise or breaks up.

  •  Make sure all of the cables are connected correctly to the Rocketboost devices.
  • Keep in mind the unobstructed operating range of a Rocketboost network is 150 feet (45 meters). If the devices are further apart than this your audio may have static noise or break up.
  • It is possible other devices like cordless phones, microwaves, wireless routers, etc. may be causing interference. Try turning one device off at a time to determine which device is causing interference.
  • If your cordless phone or wireless router is causing interference try changing the channel it is using. Please refer to your device’s owner manual.