Frequently Asked Questions
No, but we do have other models that have Bluetooth such as the R1700BT, R2000DB and S1000DB
They should be wearable for several straight hours without discomfort.
Our B3 Sound Bar does that, it's designed to work with TVs and of course chromecasts.
The Exclaim is wired and the Exclaim Connect has the added feature of Bluetooth connectivity.
They should work fine with one, yes.
These are designed to work without subwoofers. The bass driver units on these are 4" each, more than sufficient for most purposes.
You don't need to turn the volume too high to achieve clarity. It has good isolation capabilities
No they do not have a headphone output and if you do not live in America or a country using same power adapter, you will need to find an adapter for your country.
Yes, whichever source is on will be playing.
Yes, you can use a subwoofer with our powered speakers, but the subwoofer must also be self-powered. You will need an RCA Y-splitter. From the audio source run one set of the RCA’s to the speakers, and the other set of RCA’s to the subwoofer. Note that speakers without a sub-out do not have a low-pass filter, so they will continue to play bass frequencies when connected to the subwoofer.
The H840 does not have a mic. We may release the mic/inline in the future.
When you use earbuds in areas where the air is very dry, they can build up static electricity. Your ears might receive a small electrostatic discharge from the earbuds. If you receive a static shock from your earbuds, this does not mean that there is an issue with your device or your earbuds. <br> This condition is similar to dragging your feet across a carpet and receiving a static shock when you touch a doorknob. However, instead of the static charge building up in your body, the charge builds up in the device that the earbuds are connected to. Then, instead of discharging through your finger when you touch a doorknob or something metal, it will discharge through the earbuds. This condition isn't limited to Edifier products. Static can potentially build up on almost any hardware. <br> Certain environments and actions can encourage static electricity buildup in your electronic device: dry, low humidity environments Very windy environments Moving your device in and out of your pocket Jogging or exercising vigorously with your device Wearing clothes made with synthetic fibers, like nylon. <br> There are several actions that you can take to try and control static. You can use a portable humidifier or adjust the humidity control on your air conditioner. Spray an anti-static spray into the air. Use anti-static lotion if you have dry skin. Wear clothes that are made with natural fibers, like cotton. Synthetic fibers are more likely to hold a static charge. Outdoors Keep your device out of the wind by using a case or leaving it in your bag or pocket. Don't frequently move your device in and out of your pockets. Rubbing the device on certain materials can cause static buildup.
Around 4 or 5 feet from electrical outlet to main speaker. About the same between speakers.
Please unplug the speakers for 10 minutes; this will reset the Bluetooth to factory default. Power them back up and making sure they are in Bluetooth mode, then try pairing again with the remote.
The R1700BT Speakers do not come with an input to plug your headphones in. You may be able to plug your headphones in through an RCA to female cable, however, this is not recommended and you should rather plug your headphones in at the source.