I'm not sure if this is the right area for this question. My main receiver is the Marantz SR7008 and I want to use the surround pre-out to send the surround signal via a Nyrius 5.8ghz wireless connection to a seperate Bryston power amp connected to KEF LS50 speakers. I can get the wireless connection to work but there is way too much static coming through the speakers. If I use the Bryston amp in a normal set up with a CD player etc there is no static at all. I'm at a loss for getting this to work and would appreciate any suggestions.
Lots of reviews state that the Nyrius has an unacceptable signal to noise ratio, Certainly not compatible with a Bryston.
Kind of like investing in audiophile equipment to listen to AM radio. Wireless,....not there yet.
And it's not the 7008, fine device.
Yup. Thanks for the comments. In my prior home I was able to run a separate 5.1 home theatre set up with the Marantz and a traditional stereo system based on the Bryston. My new space is smaller and I'm trying to find a solution where I can still use both systems but avoid running too many wires. I thought if I could use the wireless to send the rear signal to the Bryston and connecting it through an A/B switch I could have the best of both worlds. No such luck I guess.