Velodyne, the world’s leading manufacturer of powered subwoofers, has introduced the WiConnect System, a high speed wireless receiver and transmitter kit that enables subwoofers of any size to wirelessly connect to an entertainment system.
“Everyone wants to enjoy great bass in their home audio system, but no one wants the subwoofer and its cables and wires cluttering up the room,” said Bruce Hall, president of Velodyne. “The new wireless WiConnect System eliminates the need to have unsightly cables running around the room, by delivering high performance bass from any subwoofer via the system’s high speed wireless receiver and transmitter. Now, users can simply connect the system to any home entertainment subwoofer and receiver and enjoy high performance bass without the hassle of hiding cables.”
Velodyne’s wireless WiConnect System delivers a great bass experience without filling a room with cables; no drilling, no trying to hide cables, no cables to contend with. Users simply choose the subwoofer or subwoofers that meet their performance desires and budget necessities, and hook it up using the wireless Velodyne WiConnect System.
Designed by Velodyne engineers, the wireless Velodyne WiConnect System will deliver the full range of bass performance at up to 50 feet, giving users a wide range of set-up flexibility.
For advanced systems, the WiConnect transmitter sends signals to up to four receivers, allowing users to create the ultimate bass experience using four subwoofers, but without those unsightly, messy cables.
For more information on the Velodyne WiConnect System, visit http://www.velodyne.com.
Velodyne Acoustics, Inc., founded in 1983, is universally recognized as the leading manufacturer of high-performance, low distortion powered subwoofers at all price levels. Headquartered in Silicon Valley, California, the company’s technically innovative audio products are available through a select group of authorized dealers, custom installers, and distributors worldwide. For more information visit www.velodyne.com.
Scott Moody, Director of Public Relations