Wireless system to eliminate speaker cables

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Wireless system to eliminate speaker cables

Post by rok55 » Sun Mar 28, 2021 10:23 pm

Hello All, I researched the forums looking for an answer and didn't really find anything current. Has anyone come up with a reliable wireless system to transmit from the main outs on the mixer to the inputs of active speakers. I have seen an article about using wireless guitar systems but also saw a response from Marty mentioning companding issues.

My use would be in small to medium size venues doing DJ/KJ gigs.

Thanks
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Re: Wireless system to eliminate speaker cables

Post by Josjor » Sun May 02, 2021 7:11 am

rok55 wrote:
Sun Mar 28, 2021 10:23 pm
Hello All, I researched the forums looking for an answer and didn't really find anything current. Has anyone come up with a reliable wireless system to transmit from the main outs on the mixer to the inputs of active speakers. I have seen an article about using wireless guitar systems but also saw a response from Marty mentioning companding issues.

My use would be in small to medium size venues doing DJ/KJ gigs.

Thanks
I know several folks that use guitar wireless systems. The key is, however, to buy GOOD wireless systems. I like the Shure BLX14r systems. The catch is that it is going to cost you about $400 for each speaker just to reliably get rid of a little wire.
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