Summary: The signal range claims are not true. The two components in my case are at the same elevation,22' apart, and have 1 inside sheet rock wall and 1 open doorway between them. If someone under 140 pounds walks between then, there is a momentary loss of sound. The rest of the time the sound is great.
Summary: We just had hardwoods put in. There is no way to run speaker wire to the rear channels anymore without carpet. I got this just last night and installed it using the wire I had wired under the carpet. Plug and play on channel 1 and Option 1 for non-JBL speakers. It worked flawlessly.
Summary: I would expect more performance from the unit that sells for over $300. While it is working, it's not able to drive my speakers very loud. Also, I noticed that my wireless LAN is being affected by the transmitter.
Summary: After a lot of fiddling with the channel controls, I was finally able to synchronize the wireless receiver with the JBL transmitter. However, the sound drops out completely every 10 minutes. In addition, every few minutes, there is a popping noise and some static.
Summary: I pretty much tried everything I can think of but I'm unable to sync the receiver unit with the transmitter. I did change all of the channels. Also, I placed both units within 20 feet. Still, no audio at the receiver.
Summary: I live in a townhouse and don't have a lot of other electronic gadgets around. However, I can only get around 30 feet of range before the audio cuts out. If I walk between the line of sight then I will get dropouts.
Summary: I am using the JBL kit for my Canton rear speakers. I have the wireless receiver in the back of my living room, around 40 feet away from the transmitter unit. It is not line of sight because the sitting area is blocking the line of sight. This kit cannot establish a reliable connection.