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Iv'e been wondering about the wireless speakers but don't know how they work.
Can they be used with any stereo system? or what is used?
How do they work in general?
How far away can they be placed from system?
Does it work with cd's ,radio..TV?
Can they be covered to look like a fake rock?
 

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Iv'e been wondering about the wireless speakers but don't know how they work.
Can they be used with any stereo system? or what is used? Yeah thats what they're really meant for.
How do they work in general? Just hook up the wireless reciever to your cd player, stereo, whatever and then place your speakers outside.
How far away can they be placed from system? Not sure...
Does it work with cd's ,radio..TV? Anything that has audio output Id imagine.
Can they be covered to look like a fake rock? Just cover one in chicken wire then mache it weatherproof it....sure! The speakers themselves if theyre 'outdoor' should be water proofed already.
 

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Heres my question can multiple speakers with multiple sources be used without interference. Any body tried it?
 

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some might come randomly programed.....dunno, but unless they have different signal outputs on the back you can change, I doubt it. You would have to read the options for it on the package or the online description...
 

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Is the wireless reciever something you would hook up to your stereo,
does it come with the speakers,
or is it a completely separate item you need to buy also?
 

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http://www.spookylake.com/RockSpeakers.htm

Lilly this is a great how to for making rock speakers out of foam.

I don't use wireless speakers, but here's what they should come with: a wirless transmitter that hooks to YOUR stereo and sends the soundwaves over the air, and speakers that should have antennaes built in them to place a resonable distance away. No wires to bury, but you have to wiegh the convience vs. higher cost.

I work professionally with speakers and sound equipment. Some of the guys on this board spend thousands of dollars on their haunt's sound (wink wink mr. krough). Me, I have two old 70s home stereo speakers that I paid like $6 for the pair. They are made of particle board and have been wet several times, so they wiegh like 10,000 pounds. They are old and ugly, but I have bushes to hide them, and if they finally stop working, I'll just get a new pair. They sound fine ( they are BIG and I use them for thunder) and again, if it starts to rain, I dont rush out to save them.

Not trying to talk you out of anything, just giving you options.
 

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Heres my question can multiple speakers with multiple sources be used without interference. Any body tried it?
Yeah bro they can, the model that I listed earlier in the thread you can use up to three, they have freq. selectors on them, it's one of the reasons i bought mine.
 

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Thanks slimy,i will check that site out ..
I was just curious about the wirelss, cuz im sick of running wires thats all.
 
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