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Perfect condition, original box and all accessories.

Used for 2 month and works perfectly. Changed layout of the room and can now run a wire to the subs.
Price is shipped via FedEx and paid via PayPal.

Will ship same day as payment and will have a FedEx tracking number to you within minutes if dropping it off.

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How well does this wireless sub kit work? I've got to make a long run about 25 ft of rca cable to get to my sub. This could be good, but I'm skeptical .

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It worked perfectly for me.

With the setup I had when I needed this I would have had to drill through our hardwood floors in two places to run cables to the subs. I notice no difference in sound quality with the subs using this wireless device vs them now being wired. As long as your receiver has an auto eq function to set the sub distances this should work perfectly.

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It worked perfectly for me.

With the setup I had when I needed this I would have had to drill through our hardwood floors in two places to run cables to the subs. I notice no difference in sound quality with the subs using this wireless device vs them now being wired. As long as your receiver has an auto eq function to set the sub distances this should work perfectly.

My SC-1522-K doesn't EQ the sub at all. I think it only does the output level. I'm not sure about distance.

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I am almost positive that pioneers mcacc software/room eq sets the distance and level of the sub as I used to have a pioneer avr

Here is a link to the manual - couldn't open it on my phone though.

http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/StaticFiles/Manuals/Home/SC-1522-K_OperatingInstructions061512.pdf

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Just googled mcacc and it does indeed set the subwoofer distance.

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