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Cut the cord: Audio Unlimited 900MHz Wireless
Indoor/Outdoor speakers

Audio Unlimited 900MHz Wireless Indoor/Outdoor Speakers

There's nothing worse than trying to hide cables for speakers; where they sound best is rarely the most convenient spot. Forget about taping the wires to the wall or fishing them under carpets -- the Audio Unlimited wireless speakers send sound over thin air.

By using a 900MHz data link, these speakers connect with a hockey-puck-sized transmitter. There's no software to load, but the transmitter and speakers require power sources: There are included AC adapters for the transmitter and both speakers, or each speaker can use six C batteries.

Each speaker mini-tower has a 3-inch woofer and 2-inch tweeter to deliver improved midrange and crisp high-end response. Although the speakers are mono, not stereo, they sounded quite good to me.

In the typical office or home, the speakers have a range of just over 100 feet, and they come with a remote control that can turn them on and off and adjust the volume. The set includes a one-year warranty.

Price: $130
Available from: Cables Unlimited

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