I just replaced the carpet in my rec room with LVT floors, so I ran all the wires in the walls, which looks awesome. The only caveat is I couldn't fit the sub cable under the baseboards and around a french door to the backyard. I figured a wireless kit would solve this, so I did some searching here and found the OSD WSK100 kit. Got it all linked up and working, but it only passes frequencies below around 55 Hz. I ran a couple youtube videos going through the full freq range and subwoofer tests and the sub only begins to work at the lower level. I've checked the receiver and sub settings and the LPF/LPE is set at 120Hz, plus I've direct wired the sub and it works as it's supposed to, playing everything under 120 Hz.
Would wireless interference cause this? My wireless router is on the floor upstairs almost directly above the sub. The link between receiver and transmitter seems to work without too much latency, but I can't have it only playing super low frequencies. Gonna call the support line tomorrow to see if they know of the issue. If not, I guess I'll try getting a replacement kit and see if it's different.
I also bought the Rocketfish kit to compare. It plays all the frequencies it's supposed to, but turns off too quickly and has a loud "BOOM" every time it comes back on. Sometimes more than once a minute. No bueno, taking that sucker back immediately.