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Where to get wireless speaker amp?

Discussion in 'General Electronics' started by J, Dec 18, 2005.

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  1. J

    J Guest

    I'm looking for a pair of products that will plug into a wall outlet for
    power and receive a wireless audio signal synchronized in two different
    I can't run speaker wire to the locations, so i figure wireless should be
    available somewhere.

    1 wifi/digital 5.2 ghz transmitter with audio input
    2 wireless receivers with ac in, reasonable 60 watts or so audio output -
    Size isn't really an issue...

    Where can I get a product like this?
    I'll continue to google on it.

  2. DaveM

    DaveM Guest

    I suggest an FM transmitter.
    You might try Best Buy ( for a solution. Search for "audio
    transmitter" or "fm transmitter". Transmitting your audio over the FM band
    will allow you to use any decent FM receiver to receive the broadcast and
    run to as many speakers as you want. The transmitter will accept any audio
    source, including your computer's sound card, CD player, DVD player, TV,
    Best buy is only a suggestion... lots of other consumer electronics outlets
    should have the same types of equipment. Try Rex, Sound Advice, etc.
    Dave M
    MasonDG44 at comcast dot net (Just substitute the appropriate characters in
    the address)

    Never take a laxative and a sleeping pill at the same time!!
  3. J

    J Guest

    I didn't really think of this..

    My first concern here would be stability of the transmitter. My experience
    with the miniature ones for car use is that while they warm up, they need

    Thanks for the reply
  4. Alan Holmes

    Alan Holmes Guest

  5. J

    J Guest

    I know I'm top posting, but I found a product at radioshack.
    2.4GHz Audio/Video Signal Sender/Receiver
    catalog number 15-2572


    I can't recommend it cause I didn't try it yet.

    It doesn't have an amplifier for speaker, but it'll get the signal run
    without wires. Just add juice and an amp. You can even get a second etc
    receiver. $60.

    wifi audio wireless speakers
  6. That may not be WiFi; it may just be the equivalent of the X10
    "anywhere" audio/video transmitter/reciever pair. I've used those as a
    virtual cable once or twice; see past discussion for the fact that the
    video channel can be (ab)used to make a surprisingly decent
    digital-audio connection.
  7. Jasen Betts

    Jasen Betts Guest

    some transmitters use crystals to keep the frequency stable.

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