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Wireless surround speakers

Discussion in 'Speakers' started by txakura, Jul 21, 2013.

  1. txakura

    txakura New Member

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    When I (finally) had all the pieces of my home theater, and set it up, I was in the middle of a remodel. I had open walls, and put in all the cabling (16-gauge zip cord) I needed, and right to the places I wanted the speakers (5.1 back then). I'm about to relocate, and I don't have the luxury of open walls this time. Way, way back I was a telephone company installer, and back then, we were expected to crawl under houses where possible to make "invisible" installations - not true at all now. I'm afraid I'm just not willing to go to those extremes for my speakers, and I keep hoping there is now a way to take advantage of wireless technology to set up four speakers (in a 7.1 array) without having to cable at all.

    Does anyone know of anything close?

    Any help would be appreciated.
     
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  3. txakura

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    The reference was right on. I've decided to go with the Aperion Allaire Zonas (in a 5.1 configuration because you can't use multiple sets of Zonas at anything more than "enhanced 5.1"). But that solves the problem quite nicely, and I figure sooner or later there will be the possibility of another set of Zonas that will work in a 7.1.

    Thanks for the reference. I figured it would be simple to ask for "wireless surround speakers" on Google and find what I was looking for, but I never found the Aperions.
     

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