Posts Tagged ‘wireless’

Velodyne’s WiConnect System Provides Clutter-Free Bass from any Location

Wednesday, August 17th, 2011

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.”

KanexPro Introduces Wireless HDMI up to 50ft.

Friday, July 1st, 2011

KanexPro is pleased to announce its Wireless HDMI Extender Kit. The ultimate, high quality solution for extending signals over the air up to 50ft. (15m). The system consists of two powered devices; transmitter and receiver, both included.The wireless extender is based on the WHDI™ technology, which enables top-quality wireless uncompressed HD 1080p video delivery throughout the home, allowing consumers to connect any HD source to any HD display.
Very simple set-up and no software installation required! Just connect the transmitter device to any HDMI source, such as a Blu-ray player, A/V receiver, STB or even a PC, and users can now transmit uninterrupted HDMI signals wirelessly. The extender fully supports HDCP and EDID requirements ensuring the display of content-protected media and interoperability with other HDCP devices. Ideal for use in retro-fit installations in commercial or residential environment where traditional cabling cannot be deployed.

KEF T Series, Universal Wireless System Rocks “Hip Hop Paradise” on DIY Network’s Man Caves

Monday, May 23rd, 2011

KEF, the renowned manufacturer of innovative, reference-quality loudspeakers, will have several products, including the KEF T Series and Universal Wireless System, prominently featured in an upcoming episode of DIY Network’s popular show, Man Caves.

Hosted by licensed contractor Jason Cameron and former NFL great and current Fox Network NFL analyst Tony “The Goose” Siragusa, each episode of Man Caves features a complete transformation of an ordinary living space into the ultimate, one-of-a-kind “refuge” from every-day life for one lucky man. During the show, Cameron and Siragusa offer viewers’ tips and ideas on how to create a similar entertainment setting for themselves with do-it-yourself instructions for all homeowners.

Wireless Speakers Made Easy: KEF Launches Universal Wireless System 2.0

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011

KEF, the renowned manufacturer of innovative, reference-quality loudspeakers, has announced the launch of Universal Wireless System 2.0. Using advanced, proprietary technology to eliminate interface with potentially conflicting devices, the wireless system transmits CD quality sound to speakers and features enhanced software and a more powerful transmitter than the previous version. The KEF Universal Wireless System 2.0 is compatible with the full range of KEF loudspeakers and most other brands of loudspeakers, and is available now for just $499.

SWAT 2.4, the most powerful Wireless Transceiver

Tuesday, August 24th, 2010

SWAT 2.4 is a wireless audio transceiver that allows you to play audio from your audio source to almost any speaker wirelessly. The SWAT 2.4 is the perfect solution for your home theater set-up. There is no need to bother with costly and messy wiring which is especially difficult in older homes. If you want a truly clean and neat system, pair the SWAT 2.4 with Earthquake’s Couch Potato subwoofer. The Couch Potato’s slim enclosure is designed to be tucked under the bed or couch. Now with the SWAT 2.4, you don’t have to worry about wiring a subwoofer that sits in the middle of the room. For a more high end system, use one, two, or even three Supernova subwoofers since one Transmitter can hook up to multiple Receivers. If you don’t like how the subwoofers are set up, you can easily rearrange them with the SWAT 2.4.

The SWAT 2.4 is also ideal for parties and entertaining. For a seamless outdoor audio system, use the SWAT 2.4 and avoid the headache of outdoor wiring. You can play music from your desktop inside and the sound will emit from the speakers outside. The SWAT 2.4 is also great for DJs who don’t want people tripping on wires or want more freedom when setting up their speakers.

Debug Your System:
During Dr. John E. Johnson’s review of the SWAT 2.4, he found that the SWAT 2.4 eliminated the humming noise in his system. There is no ground loop, so not only does the SWAT 2.4 free you of wiring, it frees you from that frustrating hum noise you can not get rid of from conventional wiring. You can even debug your system so that you can pinpoint what is source of the problem is.

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