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How to make rear speakers wireless using rocketfish, OSD or others?

Looking to make my rears wireless

OSD WRSK250 2X25W 2.4GHz Wireless Speaker and Subwoofer Kit with Transmitter and Receiver

https://www.amazon.com/OSD-WRSK250-W...T0NDAY4WR22X91

Amphony 1700 Wireless Speaker Kit with one Wireless Amplifier, 2x40 Watts, 300ft range

https://www.amazon.com/Amphony-1700-...T0NDAY4WR22X91

Rocketfish™ - Wireless Rear Speaker Kit Model:RF-WRSK18

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/rocketf...?skuId=6254098

Which one is the best option please?
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Looking to make my rears wireless

OSD WRSK250 2X25W 2.4GHz Wireless Speaker and Subwoofer Kit with Transmitter and Receiver

https://www.amazon.com/OSD-WRSK250-W...T0NDAY4WR22X91

Amphony 1700 Wireless Speaker Kit with one Wireless Amplifier, 2x40 Watts, 300ft range

https://www.amazon.com/Amphony-1700-...T0NDAY4WR22X91

Rocketfish™ - Wireless Rear Speaker Kit Model:RF-WRSK18

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/rocketf...?skuId=6254098

Which one is the best option please?
probably all in the same league... either way the rear speakers are wired to the amp/wireless receiver... but they are all cheap enough to try out(assuming you are not budget constrained)

if one of those doesn't work for you there is some pro audio gear that might - alto audio makes good wireless system for powered speakers (https://www.altoproaudio.com/products/stealth-wireless) there are many powered speakers that are reasonably prices that would work well with this. And each of your surrounds could be independent of the other.

good luck.

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Hey did you have any luck on this? I am curious to know what product you ended up with.

I have a similar situation where I cannot run cables to my rear speakers from my Anthem receiver and would like to see if Wireless is ok?
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I don't think anything will send a signal to passive speakers, as smithsabom mentioned.



In my research, OSD and the PE (dayton) units are good, the outlaw audio units have the least amount of dropouts and can play from 10hz to 20khz. https://www.outlawaudio.com/products/OAW4.html
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