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Old 01-08-2013, 02:10 PM - Thread Starter
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Anyone with experience in using wireless transfer of audio line level signals?
Any recommendations for solutions that actually works?

The problem is sub signal transfer from the media console location to the "engine room" with all the amplifiers and dsps for the subs.
This wire is now 13m (thats a lot of ft.), and this causes several problems:

1. The long wire across the living-room/home-theater is a practical nuisance
2. Noise, especially hum, induced in to the cable due to the excessive length
3. Grounding problems and mains-power-related noise issues due to the two rooms running equipment on different power lines.

A wireless transfer could potentially solve all of this.

As for now, it works, but only after tweaking with grounding and gain structure.

My audio blog at kvalsvoll.blogspot.com - from simple set-up guides and tips to investigations on audio related issues.
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After searching for devices that could do this job, my conclusion is that there are none available that can it properly.

There are several options available for wireless audio signal transfer, but they all fail on technical performance - not able to transfer the signal with adequate quality and in time.

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