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I can't run long wires to make the 5 or 7.1 in my system. So I am stuck with 3.1 for the time being. I would love...love!...to find some kind of wireless speaker option for my rear surrounds. Does this holy grail for my system exist? Thanks!
 

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JBL makes some wireless speakers. Called JBL control 2.4g wireless. Though the sound quality is ok by some standards, they will however choke up your wireless network, so dont expect to be gaming or downloading much while running the speakers.


Probably better solutions out there, but thats what i available widely
 

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Originally Posted by stuup1dmofo /forum/post/15996757


JBL makes some wireless speakers. Called JBL control 2.4g wireless. Though the sound quality is ok by some standards, they will however choke up your wireless network, so dont expect to be gaming or downloading much while running the speakers.


Probably better solutions out there, but thats what i available widely

Looks like it has no banana plug speaker inputs either. I'm hoping to use my existing 6ohm surrounds.
 

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Originally Posted by a_ok2me /forum/post/15996549


Would you know if this will work with 10 gauge cables? The speaker connections don't seem to accept banana plugs.


Are there any serious wireless speaker receiver/transmitters that support banana plugs and higher quality sound?
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Looks like it has no banana plug speaker inputs either. I'm hoping to use my existing 6ohm surrounds.

The amps in this gadget are wimps, so heavy cables and banana plugs are totally inappropriate. From the manual, the RocketFish amp is capable of 25wpc (4ohms) at 10%THD.


If you want a decent amp, you need to add a decent amp. I have used the AudioEngine AW1 ( http://stereophile.com/musicintherou...tr/index1.html ) for surrounds and sub. But, of course, you need an amp for the surrounds.
 
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