Most likely it will work. Our system works with 96% of all TV's. If your TV has an audio output the ChairSpeaker will work. If your TV does not have an audio output you can use the one on your cable or satellite box. Not sure give us a call.
- WHAT'S NEW IN THE CS2
2nd Generation ChairSpeaker
We created the ChairSpeaker, a smart and adjustable speaker system that lets you experience television with voice-enhancing sound in a whole new way. Designed to rest over the top of your couch, chair, recliner, or even headboard, these small but powerful speakers produce crisp, clear sound around you to delivery clarity you can enjoy.
More importantly, they boast voice-enhancing sound, an adjustable volume knob, and the ability to put you in a “sound cloud” that only you can enjoy without missing out on the world around you.
• Easier and more comfortable than wearable audio systems
• Allow you to still listen to the natural sounds or communication around you
• Eliminate ear fatigue, sweat, moisture or uncomfortable feeling of headphones
• Adjustable volume control that works independently of your TV
• Immersive sound with tv voices enhanced
• No expensive batteries, wireless connections, or complicated recharging
• You can still use your sound bar or TV sound or turn the TV sound off.
The main improvement of the 2nd generation is the selectable voice enhancement feature. We have listened to our customers likes and dislikes and continue to make efforts to improve the ChairSpeaker. If you have any suggestions, let us know!
Included in the Box
The ChairSpeaker is 2 speakers linked together by 50 inches of flexible joints to conform to your favorite chair or sofa. The easy to use volume control knob is located on the left speaker. Power input is also located on the left side. Speakers must be plugged into the wall to work.
The Transmitter plugs into the wall and your audio output of the TV or satellite box. The transmitter can be plugged into either a digital optical out, RCA out or a headphone jack depending on your TV's configuration. The transmitter must point at the speakers and have a clear line of sight.
RCA to 3.5mm Cable
The RCA to 3.5mm cable is one cable with two possible way used to hook up the transmitter to the TV. When using the headphone output on the TV you can plug the RCA into the transmitter. Or you can reverse the cable to connect the RCA output to the back of the TV and the 3.5mm to the transmitter.
Speaker Power Supply
The speaker power supply provides power to your speaker. This remains plugged into the wall at all times when the speakers are in use. The 18 foot power cord allows you to place the speakers on your favorite seat.
Transmitter Power Supply
The Transmitter power supply plugs into the wall to provide power to the transmitter. The transmitter power supply must remain plugged in while in use.
The optical cable lets you connect the digital optical output to the transmitter. This is not needed when using the RCA to 3.5mm cable.
Two 5 watt 2" Voice Calibrated Speakers
Frequency Response: 40 to 14k Hz
Max Volume Level 115dB @ 1K
PCM (Pulse-code modulation)
Does not support Dolby Digital or DTS
980nm Phase Locking IR @ 2.3MHz
Analog response time < 3ms
Digital response time < 12ms
Signal to Noise Ratio 70dB
Works up to 33 feet
Power 15v DC
Volume Control, Knob
This 90 day limited warranty covers product failures due to manufacturer’s defects for a period of 90 days after the original purchase. The warranty is only valid if the product is purchased from ChairSpeaker.com or one of ChairSpeaker® authorized resellers. If the product fails within 90 days of the original purchase it will be repaired or replaced at no charge with the same or newer model of equal value.
This warranty includes this product for home use including speakers, transmitter and accessories against defects in material and workmanship. Proof of purchase is required. This warranty is provided at the discretion of KARE, LLC and does not cover cosmetic damage or damage due to acts of nature, accident, misuse, abuse, negligence or modification.
This warranty does not cover:
- Shipping to and from repair center
- Damage or failure due to accident, misuse, abuse, or neglect.
- Labor outside of KARE's staff
Will this work with my TV?
Can I use this with my soundbar?
Will this work with my surround sound system?
YES! If we can get sound signal to the transmitter it will work. Most surround sound systems have audio out. If you have an audio output it will work!
Will the ChairSpeaker work on a couch?
YES! The ChairSpeakers patented gripping system allows the speaker to conform to almost anything!
How far away can I be from the TV?
33 Feet! The ChairSpeaker will work upto 33 feet away from the TV in direct line of sight.
Is this high fidelity sound?
We have high quality sound but High fidelity, hi-fi or hifi is a term used by listeners, audiophiles and home audio enthusiasts to refer to high-quality reproduction of sound. We modify the sound to make the dialog easier to hear. This intentional modification of the sound excludes us from hi-fi.
Can I still use the TV speakers too?
YES! At least with most TVs. If your TV has an audio output that does not automatically turn off the speakers both will work. When the transmitter is connected to the optical cable the sound can be independently controlled.
Can I turn off the TV Speakers?
Most TV's headphone jack will turn off the TV speakers so hooking the transmitter up with the headphone jack will normally accomplish turning off the TV speakers. When the transmitter is connected to the optical cable the sound can be independently controlled.
Will this work on my bed?
We have many people who use the ChairSpeaker to hang over the edge of the head board to hear the TV better in bed. The volume control side of the speaker must remain in direct line of sight of the transmitter.
Can I use this in another room?
The ChairSpeaker needs to be within 33 feet of the TV and in a direct line of sight of the transmitter.
How do you charge the battery?
The ChairSpeaker does not use a battery. The speakers and the transmitter both require power an electrical outlet.
Does this work with bluetooth?
Our system does not use bluetooth. Bluetooth is too slow for the type of communication needed to make the ChairSpeaker work.
Where do I place the transmitter?
The transmitter need to face the speakers. The transmitter can be placed on a shelf or beside the TV. If your TV hangs on the wall or you don't have a place to set the transmitter a good solution is our Transmitter Shelf. Found HERE
Everything needed is included for these 3 hookup methods
The audio optical out cable can be used to connect the ChairSpeaker transmitter to the TV's optical audio out. When using this type of connection you must change your TV's output type to PCM audio format. This option is normally in the settings menu under audio options.
RCA output is a very common and easy to use output, however you must make sure the output is labeled as an output. This connection method will not work on inputs RCAs.
When using the headphone jack to connect the transmitter the sound will be turned off on the TV. If you would like to listen to the TVs sound and sound through the ChairSpeaker you will need to use another method.
Other hookup methods requiring additional parts
With Surround Sound
You can use an optical splitter to share the sound with your sound bar. When using this type of connection you must change your TV's output type to PCM audio format. This option is normally in the settings menu under audio options. To order this kit for connection click here.
You can hook up to the center channel of any surround sound system. We suggest the center channel because this is the channel that typically carries the voices. Using this hook up method the volume will be adjusted when you adjust the volume on the surround sound. To hook up to the the center channel you will need the center channel connection kit. To order this kit click here.
With Coaxial Digital Out
With HDMI Extractor
Some TV's only have a Coaxial output. In this case you will need a coaxial converter. Using this kit may cause an echo depending on your TV. To order or learn more click here.