Stereo Powered Wireless Speakers
- ??? Almost no wires (2 x AC leads only)
- ??? 50 meters range (100 meters line-of-sight)
- ??? Suits PCs,?MACs, or any audio source
- ??? Includes remote for volume
- ??? Plug-n-play simple ? really
- ??? Reliable, CD quality, no interference
- ??? Beautiful black or white leather finish
- ??? High-quality sound with Ace Bass
What it does: ?Designed for customers who would otherwise not consider an expensive ?Custom Installation? system, the LV2 is completely transportable from room-to-room. For example, send iTunes out of the home office and into the dining room; afterward, listen out by the pool. If the music?s too loud (or not loud enough!), you can adjust the level with the supplied remote. Pack it up in seconds when the party?s over.
Is it easy? Yes. The easiest way for the LV2 to send music is by connecting directly to a PC or MAC with iTunes or Windows Media Audio. The computer will identify the TX100 sending dongle as a USB headset and send music through it digitally. However, the analog audio input allows ANY stereo analog audio source to be fed into the LV2?s TX100 sending dongle.
Examples of use: Feed a zone 2 line-level audio output from a multi-zone AV receiver to the?TX100. Or, send an AV receiver’s Left/Right surround channel line-output if running speaker cable is too difficult.
Is it good? Absolutely. The LV2 uses Audio Pro?s proprietary wireless technology. Operating at 44.1KHz (CD quality), and using Burr-Brown audio DACs, it?s designed only for high-quality audio transmission. It is extremely robust and is not prone to interference from Microwave ovens, telephones, or Wi-Fi networks.
No cables?really? Nearly. Each speaker has a signal receiver too, so there is no connecting wire between the Left and Right channels! The only cables are two AC power cables?one for each speaker.
Is it flexible? Yes. Add as many LV2 speakers as needed: the?TX100?transmitter can send its signal to an unlimited amount of receiving speakers. There are three house zones settings too, so three different?TX100s?can send signals to many different receiving speakers.