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    Is there some product that exists that can achieve this? Some sort of receiver or something?

    I DJ'd at a charity function, where the sound techs set up speakers on opposite ends of a football field, and there didn't appear to be cables going across.

    Nobody was around to ask unfortunately.

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    did you see any transmitter that you hooked your DJ equipment into?

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    I posted something similar, there are ones like the Roland BA-330 and BA-55

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    This might be of interest to you ...

    http://altoproaudio.com/products/stealth-wireless

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    nice find Deev's

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    Quote Originally Posted by deevey View Post
    This might be of interest to you ...

    http://altoproaudio.com/products/stealth-wireless
    Amazing! This is exactly what I was hoping for.

    Thanks!

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    This is what they probably used, more videos on it available



    http://www.agiprodj.com/wireless-spe...d531cc67aa5c57
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    One thing to keep in mind with all of these wireless setups: LATENCY.

    If the speakers are within range of one another, where someone can hear two different ones (one hardwired, one on wireless for example), latency of 5ms or above will sound REALLY annoying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan Ruel View Post
    One thing to keep in mind with all of these wireless setups: LATENCY.

    If the speakers are within range of one another, where someone can hear two different ones (one hardwired, one on wireless for example), latency of 5ms or above will sound REALLY annoying.
    My thoughts exactly.

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    One thing to keep in mind with all of these wireless setups: LATENCY.
    You will be getting alot more latency due to the distance between the speakers which is 1ms per foot rather than the wireless latency.

    Decent Transmitter/receivers will most likely be in the 2.5-3ms Range. If latency was a real problem radio-mic's (same technology) would definitely not be used for live performances.

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