Overview: The EOS100R is a wireless powered speaker, made
to work exclusively with the EOS100T iPod wireless speaker system (695100T1RW or
695100T1RB). It is not a stand-alone item, and will not work with any other
Power Supply: The wireless speaker includes an AC adapter, which integrated to the
back of the speaker to allow you to mount the speaker to a AC wall outlet. For
table or countertop placement, the adapter can be removed and the 3' cord used
to plug in the speaker for power.
Drivers: The speaker features two full-range drivers
and a rear-firing subwoofer.
Control: The only control on the speaker is a rotary on/off
switch and volume control mounted on the top.
Base Unit/Transmitter: The EOS100T main unit
has a 2.4 GHz wireless transmitter which sends the signal to the EOS100R speaker
in a remote location.
GigaWave Wireless Technology: The EOS100T
uses GigaWave, a proprietary digital wireless technology to broadcast
interference-free CD quality digital audio to up to four satellite
receiver/speakers at a distance of up to 150 feet. To avoid interference,
GigaWave uses proprietary digital spread spectrum (DSS) technology. The signals
will not interfere with WiFi networks (both 2.4GHz and 5.8 GHz) or digital
products like telephones in the 5.8 GHz range. This same technology allows the
unit to stay clear of interference caused by other products that communicate in
the 2.4 and 5.8 GHz range (as well as microwave ovens which operate at 2.4GHz).
LED Indicators: The antenna on the speaker each has
a blue LED status indicator. The LED glows solid when it is linked
with the base station, and blinks when it is searching for the base station.
When the LED is off, the wireless speaker is
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