Summary: To all owners who experience audio dropouts - i just discovered how to FIX this: Turn down. Device can't handle clipping. It's like it needs a little headroom to work. So beware, if you were intending on having wireless monitoring solution on stage, as I was, amongst other ingenious purposes, the...
Summary: I have been trying in vain for the last several months to find a decent wireless audio system. I didn't want audio cables going across the room and I was willing to shell out some money so I wouldn't need to go run more cables through the attic.
Summary: As with most AudioEngine products that I have purchased, this product works perfectly. The wireless signal has never dropped. The quality of sound is fantastic, and I would say that it is CD quality or better. It has improved the sound of my iTunes music, which is encoded at 256 kbps.
Does what it is supposed to. But the transmitter has to be fed with the right signal level.
Saint Richard, Amazon
2 October 2014
Summary: I have had the W3 wireless system - with one sending unit and TWO receiving units - set up for at least two years now. It merits accolades for its ability to wirelessly transmit CD quality sound, as claimed. But like some other users, I had periodic trouble with signal dropouts.
Finally whole house audio without running wires - simply
Bryan K "bkndc", Amazon
29 April 2014
Summary: Have been researching for months to find a solution that allows me to have whole house audio without running wires. You will not believe that it works this easy. I am a tech geek and have tried everything else. Setup could not have been any easier.
Summary: Works "almost" as advertised. This cuts out a lot more than I hoped. My distance is only about 20 feet. Spent a lot of time moving both units around, looking for the best signal. Mine is up high, near top of wall and people moving around impact the signal.
Summary: I was initially only somewhat satisfied with this adaptor setup. It did what it said it would, which in the case here is to send audio from a turntable (built-in pre) across the room to the receiver without having to deal with long RCAs stretching around doorways and such.