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post #1 of 3 Old 05-06-2013, 03:17 AM - Thread Starter
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Are there any good wireless solutions designed specifially for surround sound - preferably a system that gives me the freedom to use whichever speakers I choose?

I'm guessing if it exists, it would involve a small receiver for each speaker?
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The only wireless part of wireless systems is the connection between the sides and the receiver (front sound stage). The side speakers need a powered outlet to plug the receiver in and then both of the speakers need to connect to that receiver with wires. Some systems may have a separate receiver for each speaker but they still need to be powered somehow.
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KEF I think had a system that allowed all the speakers to be wireless in terms of the audio signal. But as Otto said, it still needed power cords for all the receivers.

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