Surround sound is a great plus for every TV setup as it enhances the movie experience a great deal. As such home theater systems have seen a great boom in recent years. However, one of the biggest drawbacks of surround sound systems is the large amount of cabling that needs to be run. Wireless speaker kits have emerged from several manufacturers who promise to eliminate the speaker wires. I will explain how to set up wireless surround kits and also how to properly use these in real-world applications.
It is not enough just to purchase some wireless surround kits at www.amphony.com/products/wireless-surround-sound.htm but you’ll have to have some general understanding about how to properly set up and use these kits. First of all, you need to make sre that you have power close the where you are planning to place the wireless transmitter and receiver. Some kits come with 2 separate wireless receivers and thus require 2 outlets. Try to keep the distance between the receiver and power outlet as short as possible.
Next, make sure that you observe the correct speaker cable polarity. If you connect the speakers or the transmitter with the wrong polarity, the sound will sound distorted. Also, keep the speaker cable connections as short as possible.