Wireless Speakers

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  1. Googer

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    I'm looking for wireless stereo speakers, preferably ones that don't use Bluetooth. Lower end Audiophile grade is appreciated. Bowers and Wilkins has one I like (P7), but I know there is another company out there that I cant remember the name of. Help please!
     
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    That sort of limits your choice. If you can find 'em, the AR speakers should meet your needs. It does rewquire the the transmission 9f a RF signal. Bluetooth is RF. Why reject it?
     
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    Because I have no BT devices in my home. I do have an older set of Recoton 90MHz wireless speakers that are mediocre in the sound department and their transmitter/receiver is rather noisy with lots of pops and buzz. JBL made a set of wireless speakers a few years ago and are close to what I want, but I also want to see better options. A lot of those BT speakers accept an RCA or 1/8 minjack input but the speakers are then tethered to the source device and that's not what I want.
     
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