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wireless surround speakers

Nufan

Active Member
As anyone had luck with the current products out on the market? Amphony gets mixed reviews, but it is one that I found that works on 5.4 GHz.

Any input would be helpful.

Thanks
 

jomari

War Never Changes
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Nufan said:
As anyone had luck with the current products out on the market? Amphony gets mixed reviews, but it is one that I found that works on 5.4 GHz.

Any input would be helpful.

Thanks

how wireless are you planning to go?

some of them would be incorporated into the speakers, plug in the power supply and go. a good example are sonos speakers i think.

others are 'wireless' - you dont have a wire directly connected to your source or avr, but have to go thru the socket, ethernet, or 'wireless' via transmitter. polk would have em, (again only an example)

http://www.amazon.com/Polk-Audio-Wirele ... ss+speaker

to go a step further, others would be using a transmitter to get the signal from the source or avr, then sent to another transmitter, then you choose to use it directly into another avr and/or amplified speaker. ergo, more wires than two. :angry-banghead:

i use this for a wireless subwoofer setup, if i wanted to move my subwoofer around without wiring it due to location...

http://www.amazon.com/Dayton-Audio-WS-1 ... n+wireless

sorry if it confuses you.
 
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