everybody loves the idea of wireless but there are a few practical issues that people overlook

- if it's truely wireless then it runs on batteries that you will need to change often or plug in to the wall socket to recharge
or
it wont be truly wireless and you will need to plug it in all the time to a wall power source

- if it's wireless then it will receive the signal via infrared (for older model speakers) or via a 900 mghz... 2.4 ghz...etc. radio frequency signal ... I was always amused when I sold these speakers and people came back complaining that their neighbors phone calls came across their speakers. You can tune frequencies to avoid interference untill the next time someone changes channels on their phone to get a clearer signal.

- sound quality is usually not great on wireless speakers.

try this link...

http://www.cambridgesoundworks.com/store/category.cgi?category=spk_multimedia

for a variety of good quality speaker solutions.

grim