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Atlantic Technology Debuts Wireless Audio Solutions for Subwoofers and Remote Zones




Atlantic Technology has introduced its WA-50 Wireless Audio System, which can transmit a full-range stereo signal wirelessly up to 150 feet, or 300 feet line-of-sight, and with no time delay or interference. The WA-50 system can accommodate three zones and eliminates the need for long runs of RCA cable for powered subwoofers or remote amplified speaker systems.
 

"Said Steve Feinstein, Director of Marketing and Product Development: "Installers and end users alike are always looking for a way to eliminate those unsightly long runs of RCA cables. Now they have a quality solution. The WA-50 also has applications for rear surround channels, remote Zones, and outdoor speakers."

 

Atlantic Technology touts ease of set-up and use: Up to three WA-50 transmitters and an unlimited number of receivers can be used in a system. The WA-50 transmitter connects to the desired RCA audio outputs, and the WA-50 receiver is connected to the RCA line inputs of a powered subwoofer or powered speaker system.  Both the transmitter and receiver have a three-position switch that assigns each pairing to either Zones 1, 2, or 3.

 

The WA-50 can also be connected to your PC or Macintosh using a supplied USB cable interface. This allows the WA-50 to transmit music from the computer to your high-end audio system or to a portable audio system by the pool for parties.

 

 

The Atlantic Technology WA-50 Wireless Audio System, consisting of a transmitter, receiver and accompanying cables is now available. To find a local dealer, click here: 

 

 

MSRP $199
Additional receivers $89 each

 

 

 Atlantic Technology WA-50 wirless audio system

 Atlantic Technology WA 50 wireless audio system

 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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