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Blueray Surround System - Convert to wireless

by pretensky / August 13, 2010 4:51 AM PDT

I have a SONY Blueray surround system with an LCD TV. The speakers that came with it are wired. Is there any way or anything on the market that would allow me to swap out the rear speakers with a wireless pair?

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Not if it's an 'all in one' unit
by Pepe7 / August 14, 2010 9:44 AM PDT

Ideally, you would go w/ wired however since the audio quality is much, much better/reliable in 99% of systems.

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I am not talking about quality here, but...
by ahtoi / August 14, 2010 5:11 PM PDT

I believe any speakers can be replace with a wireless speaker (and there are many). But just remember all wireless speaker require some kind of power source from somewhere though. So the only true wireless one might be battery powered...so it will require charging every so often.

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By wireless, I mean there are no speaker wires.
by pretensky / August 15, 2010 8:18 AM PDT

As long as there are no speaker wires going from the rear speakers to the surround sound system, I will be happy. I am not concerned about having to plug them into an outlet. Any suggestions on wireless speakers that can solve my problem? I would prefer SONY but would gladly try anything worthwhile.....Thanks.

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