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Wireless subwoofer transmitter kits

What wireless transmitter kits are you guys using? I did a search but only found limited information on current models.
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What wireless transmitter kits are you guys using? I did a search but only found limited information on current models.
I use the Outlaw brand with good results. No problems in over a year.
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What wireless transmitter kits are you guys using? I did a search but only found limited information on current models.

I just posted in the Klipsch owners thread about my dissatisfaction with their Bluetooth transmitter that was completely useless. I bypassed it with a hard wired connection and it works fine now. I'm not sure whether the unit itself was defective, or what else would be cause. I don't think I am inclined to advise the use of such things ATM. That's just my personal experience however, so you may have different experiences, hopefully better than mine.
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I'm not using it at the moment, but I was happy with an Outlaw OAW4. It was very simple to use: no pairing, just plug & play. My only complaint was needing to play with the RF channels (2 dip switches, giving 4 choices), presumably due to interference with other wireless devices.

One consideration: latency (delay). Outlaw doesn't publish a figure for the OAW4, but empirically it's roughly 15 ms. (Sound travels about 1 foot, 0.3m, per millisecond.)
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