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    Pairing and motion sensor

    1. How do you tell if the motion sensor is on or off? It makes the same sound if you activate or disactivate it. I cannot believe there is no other indication... since it rarely works even when it is on I can never tell what state it is in. If the unit booted up with it off every time there would at least be a way to know, but it remembers your choice if I understand this correctly.

    2. Pairing 2 speakers. I can only get this to work 10% of the time I try it. It hurts because I believed the marketing and thought it would actually be usable. Does anyone have tips or tricks to make this work more reliably? I have watched the only youtube video on it, where he puts the speakers back to back and passes over them in a waving motion, this is the only way it has ever worked for me.

    3. How does the motion sensor detect movement? Is it simply light based? It does not seem to work at all in dim lighting, hence my supposition.
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    Hi j0r,

    What's yoru model number?

    Cheers,
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    Quote Originally Posted by William Wallace View Post
    Hi j0r,

    What's yoru model number?

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    I have two SB7200s, sorry I forgot that, although I assume the problems are the same in the 7300s from what I have read online.

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    Hey,


    for pairing issues, that's the tip I found http://www.p4c.philips.com/cgi-bin/c...w_partial.html

    Think there's no way of telling whether the motion sensor is on or off... you simply need to swipe over it and when you hear the sound you know it's on.

    Hope any op this helps and you'll manage to enjoy using your speakers!
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