Simply, this system works on its own wireless network, and comprises one unit you plug into the USB output on your computer, and another almost identical-looking one with analogue outs to feed audio into a system. Any computer PC or Mac with a USB output, and any audio system with a line output can be turned into a wide-bandwidth Wi Fi transmitter of uncompressed audio. Do you need a NAS drive? Depending on configuration, one is powered via USB and the other via a mains-to-USB converter, and you get a couple of 3. With what promises to be a simple set-up your new WiFi music network shouold be ready in seconds. Do you already have an account? How do you set the whole thing up?
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The picture is of a reasonable quality but the sound is Mono, which seems rather miserable on Sky’s part. With what promises to be a simple set-up your new WiFi music network shouold be ready in seconds.
Jun 18, at 9: Jun 25, at 9: Yes, my password is: For more info visit Audio Pro – Sound of Scandinavia. So if you really wanted, you could run music from your computer to every room in the auido – well, proo least ever room in which you have a hi-fi system, or at least a pair of Audio Pro’s wireless speakers, which range from the Living LV1 desktop single-point stereo unit above to the frankly slightly mad-looking leather-clad Living LV3 floorstanders below.
It sounds a very simple conception, in essence, and it’s all thanks to their little WF WiFi dongles. Jun 9, at Aug 29, Messages: It’s limited to CD-quality and below, so no streaming those Studio Master FLACs — but then is that really such a drawback with a system as simple as this, which is more likely to find itself sending MP3 rips or downloads around the home?
Judging from the whathifi. Makes perfect sense to me. True, it’s no substitute for an all-singing-and-dancing audik system, as auio have to control what’s being played using the sending device, and I’m sure with a bit of cunning and knowing what you’re doing you could probably rig up something to do the same job for the same price or less. Link sends Pictures and sound to other T.
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On a slightly different subject, my Sky T. Any computer PC or Mac with a USB tx10, and any audio system with a line output can be turned into a wide-bandwidth Wi Fi transmitter of uncompressed audio. Meaning that whatever music making device is in the home, including legacy PCs, laptops, iPod Docks and Hi-Fi systems, it can be Wi Fi enabled to share music wirelessly around the home across a dedicated network.
And it worked room-to-room, downstairs to upstairs and even down the garden, which is really as much as pto could really want.
You must log in or sign up to reply here. Is there a solution to provide Stereo, short of buying additional Sky Boxes? A single transmitter can send to any number of receivers within range. What is different about this??
But none of that’s really the point: Got a simple USB audio sender from Maplins 12mnths ago to do this. The TX transmitter and RX receiver look very similar, except the former has a logo with white arrows going out from its blue LED, the latter has them going inwards.
Audio Pro TX Wireless Transmitter
Seems a bit pricey to me