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Aperion Home Audio Link

January 20, 2010 By HE Staff



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Aperion Home Audio Link transmitter and receiver
Aperion Home Audio Link transmitter hooked up via USB
Aperion Home Audio Link analog input and output

Turns out I can do that, Dave.

Aperion's new HAL wireless audio dongle lets you stream any digital audio from your computer, iPod, or other device to a variety of audio equipment.

Even better, you can add additional receivers to distribute the audio to multiple systems.

All the info after the jump...

In its most basic configuration, you plug in the transmitter into your computer via USB and the receiver into your, um, receiver (you know, the audio one).

The two communicate on their own, so no wireless network is required. The transmitter can be received by up to three receivers.

You can also hook up the transmitter to your iPod directly (via the headphone jack). Differentiating this product from many others, you can also hook up the transmitter to the subwoofer output on your receiver, and plug the receiver (the Aperion one) to your subwoofer, inexpensively getting you a wireless subwoofer.

If you would like to, wait for it, receive the HAL, it is available now.  

PRICE:
HAL system: $149
HAL additional receiver: $70

CONTACT: aperionaudio.com

 Aperion Home Audio Link transmitter and receiver

 Aperion Home Audio Link transmitter hooked up via USB

 Aperion Home Audio Link analog input and output

Comments

Will this work with video as well???

Just audio.

"plug the receiver (the Aperion one) to your subwoofer, inexpensively getting you a wireless subwoofer"

Subwoofers come with usb inputs?

There's analog inputs and outputs. I added another picture to clarify.

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