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Bluetooth enabled chairs are compatible with Bluetooth enabled mobile devices like phones, tablets and some computers. Your chair will work with standard gaming consoles but not in Bluetooth audio mode. Bluetooth gaming consoles use bluetooth for controllers and not the audio. Just follow our “wired” audio setup or optional HDMI converter setup for televisions/monitors with only HDMI connections.
X Rockers are designed to operate through your television or monitor audio. You can find specific hook up information at our support/manuals page in either “connection guides” or “manuals section”. You can use an USB converter or HDMI converter (optional, not included) if you wish to connect to your gaming console direct.
The model number can be found in two places. A) It is the last five digits of the barcode, located on a tag, on the back of the chair. B) It is located on the cover of the owner’s manual, towards the bottom and preceded by the following. “Have this number ready when calling customer support.”
If your television only has HDMI connections you will need to purchase an HDMI converter. We have an HDMI converter connection guide on the X Rocker® support page.
Wireless -capable game chairs are designed and built for users who wish to eliminate the need for audio cables that run from chair to TV, game system, etc. *Please Note: A) wireless models can still be hard-wired, if needed. B) All our models (including “wireless” ones) derive their power from a power adapter that runs from chair to power outlet.
No. A wireless model chair comes with all the necessary components to enable the wireless feature.
One receiver, one transmitter and a set of applicable (standard) RCA audio cables.
It may be possible to encase a chair’s transmitter in a metal box, directing it’s beam to the intended chair through the box’s open end.
Yes. The band frequency (1, 2 or 3) on the chairs must be the same as the frequency on the TX box.
X-Rocker (Ace Bayou) does not carry and/or sell this adapter. Typically, electronics stores such as Radio Shack carry them.
Look for a power adapter with an electrical output that is DC 3V/ between 1000 and 2000mA.
No. Sound will only come from the chair.
Approximately 18 inches off the floor.
Approximately, 8.5 inches.
The recommended maximum weight limit for our floor-rockers is 275 lbs. Pedestal-mounted: 275 lbs. Recliners: 400.
No. A floor-rocker is not engineered to sit on the mounting components.
The mounting components on some of our chairs can be removed, enabling the chair to sit and rock on the floor.
Any device that is capable of emitting and/or redirecting sound via standard RCA audio cables. These include (but are not limited to) televisions, all game system makes and models, DVD players, MP3 players, hand-held gaming devices and smart phones.
Step 1: Remove the screws that hold in the panel. Step 2: Pull the panel out of the chair. Step 3: Remove/ unclip the sets of wires clipped into the back of the panel. (If hardened adhesive is present, simply pry off.) Step 4: Plug/ clip the sets of wires into the new panel. Step 5: Slide new panel back into chair. Step 6: Insert screws back into the panel.
Typically, yes. For more detailed instructions/ information, please contact the head-set manufacturer.
The power adapter required by the chair is positive-tipped.
. . . Possibly
Unlike a rumble-pack that is commonly found in game system controllers, the X-Rocker’s vibration feature is the result of combining volume, bass and a vibratory mechanism.
Currently, we are not offering this option.