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Topic # 79178 14-Mar-2011 10:05
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There's a couple of older threads discussing wirelss speaker options, just looking to see if anybody knows of any available wireless solutions for speakers or any expereinces with such products.
I'm looking to help my in-laws who have just moved to an apartment type complex. They used to have 2x celing mounted speaker pairs and want something similar. Unfortunately there is no crawl space in the ceiling or under the floor so I'm trying to find some other solutions as running cables along the wall won't cut it. Hopefully we'll just get one pair up whereever the stereo goes but the other set is wanted in the kitchen. I've found a nice spot above the fridge with access to power so I'm hoping a wireless solution will get me there.
Any thoughts?

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  Reply # 448238 14-Mar-2011 15:24
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A while back I got a 2.4GHz digital audio sender off trademe To get music to a stereo in the shed from the house. It works sweet as despite all the other 2.4GHz crap around here.

You could buy this http://trademe.co.nz/360552474 and see if you can make it go in your situation - its made to fit in a stand but if you can pick it up for $10 then just bodge it to work?




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