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mixing wireless and wired speakers?

by cartman295 / November 19, 2006 6:47 AM PST

I was wondering if there's any way to buy a 2.1 speaker set for my TV, but then get two wireless speakers for the back left and right to get the surround sound effect (my living room is set up in a way that I can't really get wires from the TV to the back speakers) Thanks!

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Wireless speaker performance leaves a lot to be desired
by NM_Bill / November 19, 2006 1:51 PM PST

Companies (even a lot of fine makers) are offering wireless speakers because they are too hungry for sales & think the customers are demanding them. The big point is that, relatively speaking, they suck.

I'd recommend you consider a center speaker & perhaps a subwoofer, too rather than monkey around with wireless which will disappoint.

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PERSONALLY, I'D SAY NO, TO THAT IDEA.
by Riverledge / November 20, 2006 5:20 AM PST

I JUST CANNOT IMAGINE ANY GOOD RESULTS.

Sorry, river.

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