How to Make Wired Speakers Into Wireless

Written by james clark
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Transforming wired speakers into wireless speakers that you can place almost anywhere in your home requires the quick installation of a transmitter kit available at most electronics stores that deal in home audio equipment. Although there are still some wires for making connections, the kits allow speakers to operate with much less wire than would normally be needed for home theatre use.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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Things you need

  • Wireless speaker conversion kit
  • Loudspeakers

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Connect the wireless transmitter to your receiver or amplifier speaker connections via the cables included with the kit. Most wireless conversion kits include one transmitter that can manage two stereo speakers.

  2. 2

    Plug in the wireless transmitter's AC adaptor into an electrical socket or power strip.

  3. 3

    Connect the speakers to the wireless receiver using shorter lengths of audio cable. With some kits, you will connect two speakers to one wireless receiver, which is plugged into an electrical socket for power. Other kits come with individual receivers for each speaker.

  4. 4

    Plug all wireless receivers into a power supply.

  5. 5

    Turn on the amplifier or home theatre receiver and play an audio source to test the operation of the new wireless system.

Tips and warnings

  • Some wireless speaker kits are better than others at transmitting a signal through walls or over a distance of more than 100 feet. Ideally, your wireless speakers should be placed in the same room as your receiver where you listen to music and watch movies, on an adjacent patio, or in an open space where there is an unobstructed line of sight between the receiver and the wireless speakers.

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