How do I know if my speakers are too far away from my router?


This can vary depending on your environment. Some walls have thicker reinforcement in them that can cause additional interference, or you may live in an area with a high number of networks that can cause overcrowding on Wi-Fi channels.
• Verify that your internet connection is stable. You can visit www.speedtest.net on a device that is on your network to see how fast your internet is currently operating. 
• It may also be helpful to power cycle your router by unplugging it for 20 seconds and then plugging it in again.
Note: Your internet connection will be disconnected for a minute or two while the router reboots. If you have both 5Ghz and 2.4Ghz networks available, try switching to the one that you aren’t currently using.
• If you have an Android device you can also download the Wi-Fi Analyzer app to see if your network is on an overcrowded channel. For further assistance in making any changes to your network setup, we recommend that you contact your internet service provider, or the maker of your router.
• Finally, try moving the speakers closer to your router, to make sure that they are not too far away or struggling with interference caused by walls or other obstacles. It is recommended that your router and speakers are not placed on the floor and should be at least 3 feet away from each other, for optimal signal performance.

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