Wireless T/R will not work.



  • Ammoon Wireless T/R will not work with my Spark. Any solutions out there? I'm stumped!



  • @cas-tumbleweed said in Wireless T/R will not work.:

    Ammoon Wireless T/R will not work with my Spark. Any solutions out there? I'm stumped!

    Why not? mine works great and without any latency, hiss or noise
    with the cable you hear everything well?



  • @samueleonline Do the ammoon wireless devices have a tiny on-off switch that maybe isn't turned on?

    I use the Boss wireless guitar device and both pieces (transmitter and receiver) have tiny compression switches which get turned on automatically when the device is inserted into the jack. Which is great because when I plug them in they're automatically turned on. But it's bad because then I can't leave them plugged in without draining the batteries since I can't switch them off without unplugging them.

    One other thought -- you don't say which piece of the wireless isn't working. I had been using the Boss units fine until I bought a new acoustic guitar with a pickup. Then for some reason the jack on the guitar didn't quite connect properly with the transmitter. I happened to have a right-angle adapter so I plugged the transmitter into that and plugged that into the guitar and it worked fine. Maybe that's the issue with your setup?



  • @dhbailey said in Wireless T/R will not work.:

    @samueleonline Do the ammoon wireless devices have a tiny on-off switch that maybe isn't turned on?

    ...or there is a need to pair between devices, since there may be other devices in conflict, are some ideas



  • @dhbailey said in Wireless T/R will not work.:

    I use the Boss wireless guitar device and both pieces (transmitter and receiver) have tiny compression switches which get turned on automatically when the device is inserted into the jack. Which is great because when I plug them in they're automatically turned on. But it's bad because then I can't leave them plugged in without draining the batteries since I can't switch them off without unplugging them.

    my device Ammoon turns off with the little switch but it doesn't turn on automatically like the Boss

    One other thought -- you don't say which piece of the wireless isn't working. I had been using the Boss units fine until I bought a new acoustic guitar with a pickup. Then for some reason the jack on the guitar didn't quite connect properly with the transmitter. I happened to have a right-angle adapter so I plugged the transmitter into that and plugged that into the guitar and it worked fine. Maybe that's the issue with your setup?

    it's not to be excluded..