Standalone sub going wireless, too

The new Polk Audio PSWi225 features an external 2.4GHz radio frequency transmitter and integrated receiver to deliver a hassle-free bass boombox.

Polk Audio PSWi225
Polk Audio

The wireless craze is spreading fast and furious, with standalone subwoofers being the latest A/V product to join the fray.

The new Polk Audio PSWi225 (PDF) bucks the trend by featuring an external 2.4GHz radio frequency transmitter and integrated receiver to deliver a hassle-free bass boombox. To push the easy-to-set up proposition one step further, the PSWi225's transmitter has automatic input-sensing capability that seamlessly toggles between its analog stereo and sub (LFE) inputs.

The compact (about 12 inches by 13 inches by 12 inches), but powerful 100W PSWi225 is priced at $399.

(Source: Crave Asia via Widescreen Review)

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