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  • Question
    Can I use two?   (2 Answers)

    I would liek to know if I can use two for two subwoofers, running in stereo?

    By Anonymous April 28, 2013.

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      You can use two RF-WSW312 at the same time. You will need to use both senders and both receivers.

      By RocketfishCustomerSupport August 14, 2013.

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    What frequency is the wireless broadcast at?   (2 Answers)

    By She'll May 24, 2014.

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      It is broadcast at 2.4 GHz.

      By RocketfishCustomerSupport May 27, 2014.

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    What is the latency?   (2 Answers)

    By Anonymous June 21, 2013.

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      The latency is 37ms when measured with a scope.

      By RocketfishCustomerSupport August 14, 2013.

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    Does this transmit the full audio spectrum? I know it's a single channel (mono)   (3 Answers)

    So, here is a scenario. I'd like to extend background music from one part of the house to another, Using an amplified speaker I already own. In this situation, mono audio is preferred. I am not seeking advice on why using a pair of speakers is "better", I'm asking if this will work for my application. The ideal answer is: "The audio frequency response passed through the system is X (like 20) Hz to Y (like 20,000) Hz or whatever it is." So, will the audio output of the receiver contain the normal full range spectrum, or does it filter out all the midrange and highs and only pass through the frequencies used by a subwoofer. Before you answer, I've already read the specifications.

    By wsmith October 9, 2014.

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      I was curious about using this device to extend line level audio. What I found was that it transmits more than enough spectrum for a sub woofer, and it has a smooth roll off in the vicinity of 5 KHz or so. This is important, because you don't want it to interfere with your crossover frequencies. So, this device isn't really suited to extend music to another line source, which is very disappointing, but it would be suited to extend voice quality audio to another room. This could be an idea device for extending conference call audio, paging audio, to another powered speaker. If the powered speaker has a treble control, you could definitely squeeze some good speech diction out of it (the T and S sounds).

      By TJohnson22222 November 5, 2014.

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      Work well with wi-fi?   (5 Answers)

      I've read numerous reviews on other sites that mention that their wi-fi doesn't work well when this unit is operating or vice versa. Does anyone have any information or experience related to this? Considering purchasing this for a BIC v1020 sub hooked to a Denon AVR-S700W...

      By Jayturner514 April 19, 2015.

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        It should work well. I have the wireless rear and the wireless subwoofer system on my system. No problems with wifi or Sonos system interference and have had this setup for years.

        By D7100 September 3, 2015.

      • Question
        Is power adapter dual voltage?   (2 Answers)

        Does the AC input accept 110-240V? Or is it 120VAC only?

        By Troy July 22, 2014.

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          The power supplies for both units are 100-240V capable.

          By RocketfishCustomerSupport July 26, 2014.

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        Can it be used for surround and subwoofer - 3 in a system?   (3 Answers)

        Can several "Subwoofer Transmitter/Receiver Kit"s be used in a home theater subwoofer and rear channels?

        By Anonymous August 22, 2013.

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          There's a separate Rocketfish wireless stereo speaker kit Best Buy sells that you could buy in addition to the wireless subwoofer kit to perform what you're asking.

          By lodit October 21, 2013.

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          What are the dimensions?   (2 Answers)

          Just looking for the size of the transmitter and receiver.

          By Anonymous June 21, 2013.

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            Approximate dimensions are W120mm x D75mm x H32mm

            By RocketfishCustomerSupport August 14, 2013.

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          What frequency range does it transmit? 5Hz-200Hz?   (2 Answers)

          By DBH March 10, 2013.

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            Wireless Sender Audio Input: Maximum audio input signal: 2 V RMS Audio Output: Wireless: 16-bit, 48KHz uncompressed Supply Voltage: 5V Wireless Receiver Audio Input: Wireless: 16-bit, 48KHz uncompressed Audio Output: Output Level: 2V RMS, Signal to Noise: 90dB Power Supply: 5V

            By RocketfishCustomerSupport August 13, 2013.

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          What do I need to make my old school Yamaha receiver/amp and PSB speakers wireless?   (2 Answers)

          Yamaha RX-460

          By Anonymous December 15, 2014.

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            Nope, it's only used to wirelessly connect an ACTIVE subwoofer to a receiver's subwoofer preouts.

            By Steve January 19, 2015.

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