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Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 797 reviews

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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Wireless Subwoofer Trans/Rec Kit

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    An amazing value for the price. Set-up is super easy (five minutes) and it performs exactly the way it's suppose to. My equipment is in a closet and the transmit/reception is perfect.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 2 out of 5 stars

    Sure But...No. Not Really.

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    Sure they work. Sure you can move your subs anywhere in the room. Sure they change from "Red" to "Blue" when connected but every now and then the cause your woofer to thump for no reason when the sound changes. I can do without that. So no thanks.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Works great -1 star for the headache

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    WORKS GREAT ...NOW!! if you bought this and ended with the dreaded popping issue, please read below. If not ENJOY!!.. this does work just need to add additional troubleshooting tips. I had this SAME ISSUE and hated the popping! My fix was easy and came after trying several things. Most suggestions are to move things around (listened to all the line of sight comments, avoid other devices, moved them closer together etc), I even bought RFI filtered power strips to avoid any noise coming directly from a wall plug. Didn't do it. FINAL ANSWER IS ! If your sub has only a L/R plug and no direct sub line, then you MUST match it on the receiver end as well ! Even though my receiver has a direct sub line for some reason when I used adapters (not included) on both ends matching L/R. The popping stopped, even at super low TV sound (mainly dialogue w/no action) which was my biggest pet peeve. It would kick on/off like crazy. Mind you the wireless will still shut off the sub after about 15 seconds if no activity but you wont notice it. Afterwards I moved everything back to my original setup, over 15 ft away, no line of sight, everything tucked away and hidden. Works great! Hope its not to late!! or maybe revisit with this approach. Best of luck!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Works Good (Info in my review explains my setup)

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    I've had this product for about 3 days now and at this time I've come across no issues. Prior to purchasing this item I read a good amount of reviews and none of the reviews good or bad listed their equipment setup so others can make an educated purchase. So I'll list mine: 1. Receiver and transmitter are roughly 11 feet a part. Neither are enclosed in anything and are within the same room. 2. There are two RF units within 1 foot or less away from the transmitter: A Roku Ultra and a Denon receiver model AVR-S740H. There are no RF units near the receiver (the closest units are near the transmitter). 3. I purchased this product to give flexibility in placement of my sub a Klipsch R-120SW. My 4 star rating is only due to the fact that I have only owned this product for a few days. I'll update my rating once I've had it in my home for a few months.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Must tweak settings for this to work well!

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    Users complaining of sudden subwoofer pop in...you can fix that problem easily by simply increasing your subwoofer output level on your receiver and then compensating for the increased level by lowering the level at your subwoofer. You’ll have to play around with it to get the levels to taste but this will eliminate the sudden pop in of the subwoofer because the levels are too low and your sub keeps going to sleep. That is the number one complained about problem that can easily be fixed. The delay in sound is the #2 issue. This was automatically fixed by my YPAO microphpone that set the subwoofer distance at 32ft even though in reality it was only 5 or 6 feet from the YPAO microphone. (YPAO is that mic that came with your receiver to automatically configure your speaker settings). It’s doing that to correct for the lag. You can also do this manually. At least double or triple the distance setting of your sub. That will cause the receiver to fire the sub a bit early so by the time it gets to your ears its in sync with the other speakers. Makes sense right? These two issues are pretty much the only issues people complain about with this device and its a shame because they have easy solutions. This device is not plug and play and will require you to make these modifications to get it to function properly. I think it’s a great device and I’m glad I have it. Works great at 13ft between the transmitter and receiver.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    It does it's job

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    This thing has made my Klipsch 10 " Subwoofer wireless. I use it in a 7.1 setup for a medium size media room and needed to place the subwoofer in a spot in the back of the room for a cleaner appearance. Overall it works well after I calibrated it with my receiver's calibration mic. I will have to report that at low volumes it often provides no signal. This leads to a low frequency feedback from time to time. I have heard this maybe two to three times in the month I have had this wireless transmitter. It preforms very well at mid to high volumes.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Features

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    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    They work.

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    Owned for 1 year when reviewed.

    Got this for my Dad some time ago so he wouldn't have to run cables everywhere and they seem to work great.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Features

    Sound Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Power
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    Valuefor Price
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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Based on 5GHz WiFi Direct, clean sound!

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    I've been having issues with my Yahama YSP-5100 sound bar, which has a wireless subwoofer feature already. The symptoms included: - Interference with 2.4GHz devices including WiFi, Bluetooth and Zigbee - Clicks/pops when on (interference from other 2.4GHz devices most likely) I've been searching for a wireless subwoofer kit, but most are in the $150-200 range. Then I found this Rocketfish subwoofer kit for a fraction of that. I'm happy to say it works GREAT! I looked up the FCC ID and it seems to be based on Ozmo 5GHz WiFi direct radios, which explains why it doesn't seem to bother my 2.4GHz devices or be bothered by others. My condo is extremely dense and congested. However this Ozmo-based device is a P2P WiFi Direct link. It obeys by standard WiFi rules on standard WiFi 802.11n channels. It's low latency, doesn't seem to interfere with other devices and because it is 5GHz, doesn't go through walls like 2.4GHz and thus is a great short-range solution for everyone. The device itself is small, easy to set up, and the only thing I can really fault is the auto-sleep feature. After 5 minutes it shuts off and can take a few seconds to start back up when it detects LFE audio. That means if you pause a movie to go make some popcorn, it may take ~5-10 seconds before you get your LFE channel back after hitting play. All in all, not really much of an issue.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Easy way to connect subwoofer

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    I love having surround sound, but hate the cables that come along with it. So, when I installed my 5.1 system, I got a wireless adapter system for my back speakers. I recently remodeled my living room and had to reconfigure where my subwoofer was living so I added this transmitter kit to my system as well. It's easy to set up, but I did have one issue with it. Every once in a while, there will be a loud popping noise that occurs. This seems to happen at random and only when I am watching certain channels. I quick reset of the system usually remedies the problem, but it's a bit annoying that I have to do anything to it at all. Other than that, this is a great option for a wireless connection to your subwoofer.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Works well but with a thump!

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    Works well and comes on when it should and its wonderful not to have other wires that would lead from the receiver to under the couch where the sub woofer is planted. However, just like in the other reviews this transmitter must be shutting off and on when not needed, even during the action. You'll know this because it shuts on or off with a loud thump. Once it comes alive it works fine but when there is call for intermittent sub woofer performance you can get several of those thumps during the action segment. I can live with it but wish it didn't do that.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Surprisingly good

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    The units are light and the included cables cheap and short, but after a bit of tweaking this item gave me the confidence to remove the existing cable which was running across a doorway under a rubber cable cover. I set the subwoofer distance in the AV receiver to 45 feet rather than the actual 10 feet and then the audio was in sync. When I left the subwoofer levels where they were with the cable, the transmitter was slow to respond and sometimes never kicked in.I incrementally increased the level until the transmitter fired up immediately and since then, 1 month in, all has been golden

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Its good to have options

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    I attached this wireless system to my Klipsch subwoofer. It is great to be able to hide the bass anywhere I want to. Given the fact that bass frequencies are nondirectional, putting the bass in a convenient place is nice. The only reason I didn't give the system 5 stars is that I have had the sending and receiving units loose communication when the stereo was turned off and had to repair the system. Its not a big headache but caused some unnecessary trouble shooting the first time it happened.

    I would recommend this to a friend
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    Ease of Use
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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    A Real Life Saver

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    Owned for 1 year when reviewed.

    It's a story that's been told a million times before. Surround sound setup is almost perfect. The only hurdles are visible cables making it a no-go for the aesthetically minded or the space is such that you have to put the sub somewhere out of the way. This is what fixes that problem for you. Solid wireless connection, good sound reproduction. Would it be nice if it were cheaper? Sure. Is it worth it at this price? ABSOLUTELY

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Features

    Ease of Use
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    Rated 3 out of 5 stars

    Great idea poor execution

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    Owned for 1.5 years when reviewed.

    Great concept with poor execution being as is a subwoofer the bass in a movie or music is the same it ties the whole sound together. The problem being there is a significant delay or lag in the timing due to the wireless nature I presume. This latency definitely causes A disruption in the feel of the sound. Your experience may be different than mine but I tested multiple setups and they all resulted in the same issue whether it was 2 ft apart or in the other room.

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    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Excellent product with one caveat.

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    This particular wireless subwoofer kit works well! There seems to be little to no delay when listening to music and movies even with the subwoofer roughly 15-20 feet away. The primary issue I have is with the auto sleep function. When there is isn't a sufficient line signal ,the transmitter stops sending a signal; the sensitivity for that signal is too high to use the kit at a lower volume. Seriously, I have to have my system at half volume for the transmitter to work and that's pretty loud in my particular circumstance.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Wireless Solution

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    I was looking for a wireless solution to connect a second subwoofer to my home theater in our recently finished basement. I had the builders install a grate so I could put a subwoofer behind a wall with the other equipment. As I have another subwoofer, I thought you can never have too many subwoofers. My problem was the audio connection to the 2nd sub. I found this wireless subwoofer solution. I have tried wireless solutions before but the wireless phone and the microwave oven always caused loud pops and snaps. I plugged this in to the sub and my receiver and turned it on. What a great product! The sound is great with no distortion! No more pops and snaps! When things are powered down, this powers down as well. As soon as I start my system, this automatically powers up and works well! I would highly recommend this for a sub. Added great bass punch to my system!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 3 out of 5 stars

    Watch for Latency and Signal Dropout

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    Posted .

    It is probably more of an issue with application, but I had some issues with auto-calibration of the subwoofer channel with my receiver when using this wireless kit. This was due to a decent amount of latency, which is something that you just have to deal with. Also, I had some problems with the signal dropping out, where I would lose synchronization with the transmitter at many periods, which got very annoying. My application was 18 ft. away between receiver/transmitter with line of sight, so it may have been right at the limits of the intended design application. It wouldn't hurt to give it a shot if you are concerned with running wires, which is what I wound up doing at the end of the day.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    What a surprise!!! This think works like a CHAMP!!

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    After we installed our Home Theater system, and spent way too much money having all of the speakers wired through the ceiling and walls, we realized that the subwoofer was way to close to both the wall and a furniture piece (causing BOTH to rattle)! We thought we were out of luck, and since the walls and ceiling had long since been closed back up, we thought that buying a new wireless subwoofer would be the only solution. Problem with that, aside from just spending A LOT of money on a KEF reference sub, was that our receiver was located in the next room, in an AV closet, and wouldn't have direct line of site to the subwoofer (which, from what we saw online, most/all needed). Needless to say, we were very frustrated... That was, until we found this cheap (but effortless/amazing) solution!!! This thing works EXACTLY as promised, and then some. There's been one or two instances where it lost the signal, but it is such an easy fix that it's almost a non-issue (just need to press the link button on either the transmitter or receiver). Overall, I can't say enough good things about this product... I was hesitant to buy a RocketFish product (only because I had never used them before), and I must say I was wrong to be!!! AAA++++++++

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 3 out of 5 stars

    Great..and Issues...but could have been my AVR

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    In the interest of full disclosure I returned mine...although the reason I returned it may have been an issue of my particular AVR and not the Rocketfish unit...detailed below. I bought the Rocketfish wireless subwoofer unit as we have a large room, wanted the sub at the opposite end from the surround receiver, and running the wiring properly posed issues due to one of the walls and access below. It was very easy to set up...basically make RCA and power connections for both sender and then receiver, the led color changes to indicate that its paired and you are good to go! Truly that easy. I did have a couple issues however: 1-There is a bit of a delay but I was able to compensate by adjusting the distance/delay settings on my Denon AVR (set sub distance 'greater' and AVR therefore reduces the surround delay which will compensate for the little bit of wireless lag in the RF sender/receiver). 2- The unit would kick in and out of sending signal at lower volumes. If I ran at higher volume it was fine, but at lower to moderate volume it was on/off, on/off. I tried various setting adjustments on the Denon and was not able to get it to be consistent at lower volumes. Like I said, I cant say for sure it was the unit and not my receiver. I dont have clipping w/ sub wired direct, but the receiver may not have been pushing enough power at lower volume for the RF to send? It does go into standby, but that's only supposed to be after a period of inactivity and the led on the RF was staying steady 'On'.. I would not recommend against buying. The RF certainly couldn't make it any easier to get a sub installed without having to run wiring and once adjusted it was great at mid-high volume...just wish I could have gotten the lower end clipping figured out!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    WORKS GREAT

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    This works as intended. I have my subwoofer in front with wires running from the cabinet and my wife always complain how ugly it looks. She kept on asking if I can hide the wires somewhere. I bought this item on sale and put the subwoofer behind the couch across the room. It works great without problem so far. I felt like it reduce the base a little, so I just adjusted the sub level up a little to compensate to my liking.

    I would recommend this to a friend