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Is there any way to send the LFE channel to the sub via a wireless connection? I would like to move my sub without having to run a bunch of cable. IF so does it lose sound quality?:confused:
 

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You will have to look to the pro-audio world for something like this – a wireless rig for a guitar, probably. The good ones (that are quiet and with minimal RF interference) aren’t cheap – expect to spend a few hundred dollars for a new one.


The million-dollar question, however, is whether or not it will transmit flat response down to 20Hz or below. Not much need or demand for that with in a wireless system designed for mics or guitars.


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Wayne A. Pflughaupt
 

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You could always run the LFE signal into an Analog to Digital converter and then into a digital soundcard. A fairly simple program could be written to stream the incoming signal out through Ethernet... going of course to a wireless transmitter. Another computer connected to a WAP could receive the TCP/IP signal and stream it out through another soundcard's DAC to the sub's amplifier.


Hell, you might could write a program that would automagically use a second soundcard and calibrated microphone to constantly monitor your listening position and digitally EQ the streamed signal to treat room resonances.



:D


Sorry, got a bit carried away there. In theory, you'd have nearly perfect signal integrity (just a bit of loss through the ADC/DAC stages), but I suspect processing lag would create a delay in the sub that would be very difficult to work aound.
 

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It won't work. You will have to have a connection to your sub. I highly recommend using RG6 for the run. You could have it wall fished with only a wall-plate at each connection
 
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