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post #1 of 4 Old 02-21-2020, 06:19 PM - Thread Starter
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Too much static using pre-out

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.
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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.

Music, more music.
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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.
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This has received some good reviews:

http://www.outlawaudio.com/products/OAW4.html
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