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OAW3 - wireless audio system from outlaw - Is it good for subs??

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thinking about two SVS pb12s for my room but wiring is an issue so thinking about getting the OAW3 from outlaw to wirelessly connect to my denon 4311 AVR. Has anbody had any performance issues with them and would I need to order 2 since I will be getting 2 subs?

how about the HSU ULS dual drives that are wireless? which do you think would perform better? or how about dual Epik empire subwoofers with the OAW3s?

room is 8000 cubic feet (20x25 with 16 ft high ceilings)

was about to take the plunge with the JTR captivator but at the last minute WAF shot it down (too big and could only put in one place so placement flexibility was an issue)

thanks
post #2 of 5
I've never used the OAW3, but one should work without any problems. You'll just need a second receiver for the other sub.
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Thread Starter 
called rythmik audio as I was also interseted in their subs and they don't recommend using wireless connection

has anybody used the OAW3s before. they don't require line of sight, do they?
post #4 of 5
I friend has these for some good full range speakers. He transmits about 30 feet.

http://audioengineusa.com/Store/Audioengine-W1#overview
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I use an OAW3 from my SMS-1 to one of my VTF-15H's and a Monoprice cable on the 2nd. I've had no performance issues with it. I switched them back and fourth just to see if I could tell any difference from the cable but I couldn't. I didn't have to make any volume adjustments either - the levels stayed the same. It is only 12ft away though from either spot though..
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