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Wireless set up across a distance

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Hello,

I'm looking to send an audio signal about 80-90' wirelessly. It's pretty simple - the output device has a standard 1/4" or 1/8" jack and the input device has the same as they can be connected with wires. I was thinking bluetooth but not sure if that would be strong enough to send the signal. I'm assuming I'd just need to connect the output to some kind of transmitter and the input to some kind of receiver, but I'm not sure what to look for.

I'm looking for cost-effective suggestions on the best way to accomplish this. Thanks!
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For the past couple of years, I have been using Outlaw Audio's USB OAW3 wireless system to send music (WAV files) wirelessly from a laptop to my HT/secondary 2-channel system. The OAW3 delivers excellent CD-quality sound without any kind of external interference. The transmitter and receiver each come with a USB power supply, for added flexibilty in connecting to equipment that may not have a USB jack. The system comes complete with the power supplies and adapter cables you will need for various connection options. The user guide showing the connection options is available on the Outlaw Audio website. Audio Engine also makes a similar system, the W3 at the same price as Outlaw's system.

Outlaw Audio OAW3 wireless audio system

AudioEngine W3 wireless audio system
Edited by Glen B - 1/3/13 at 12:51pm
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Thanks! This may be what I was looking for - I will read more on the site. Thanks again!
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