The broadcast transmitter is not initialized. Re-check the power is "on" at the transmitter and try changing channels at the transmitter
Check the audio signal source both to and from the transmitter. Try another cable or output source to the transmitter from the receiver amplifier
Check the receiver amplifier, if used, is powered "on" at the mains, is not on "mute" has no headphones attached and that the channels used for the transmission signal (usually A or B) is in operation *important
Refer to the owners manual that came with your power source; receiver amplifier etc. for further information
Check the Remote Control "on" switch is operational
Remote Control; check the Left & Right volume controls are switched high enough for volume to be heard
Check the "Green" LED indicator light on your wireless speakers to ensure they are receiving a signal from the transmitter
Check the "Red" LED indicator light to ensure your wireless speakers are receiving power
Each TIC wireless speaker pair operates as 1x Left & 1x Right channel speaker. Please ensure that the remote control is operating both speakers independently and that your controller is not operating both speakers on one channel
Most initial problems experienced with exterior speaker set ups are simple connectivity. Please try a different cable connection to or from your outdoor wireless speakers transmitter or equipment
No Sound from one of your outdoor wireless speakers?
Reset the broadcast transmitter unit by unpowering it completely. Wait a few seconds, then repower the transmitter, note the Green power light and thoroughly check it is connected to an active channel on your music source.
One speaker comes On while the other goes Off? This means the speakers are simply out of Phase. To correct; unpower both speakers removing all batteries and disconnect from mains power. Wait a few seconds then plug in both speakers together. Lift each slightly and use the sealed rocker switch to switch both on - note Green power light On. Then pick up the remote control, ensure fresh battery, then switch On. You should hear a feedback "pop" from both speakers. The speakers are now in phase and ready to receive a transmitted signal.
Check the "Balance" control on your receiver amplifier
Check all connections and cable to and from your signal source, receiver amplifier etc. to the transmitter
Check the batteries or or power source(s) to the inoperable speaker
Check that the remote control L or R switch is firmly pressed to the L or R option/ side of the inoperable speaker and that the volume is not turned down
Stereo has intermittent or rough sound or the distance the remote control operates becomes closer or both speakers sound "different"?