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Velodyne WiConnect Wireless Subwoofer System

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Velodyne introduced the WiConnect System, a high speed wireless receiver and transmitter kit that enables subwoofers of any size to wirelessly connect to an entertainment system without the hassle of messy cables

Velodyne's wireless WiConnect System delivers clutter-free bass. Users simply choose the subwoofer or subwoofers that meet their performance desires and budget necessities, and hook it up using the wireless Velodyne WiConnect System.

Designed by Velodyne engineers, the wireless Velodyne WiConnect System will deliver the full range of bass performance at up to 50 feet, giving users a wide range of set-up flexibility.

For advanced systems, the WiConnect transmitter sends signals to up to four receivers, allowing users to create the ultimate bass experience using four subwoofers.

Price and Availability
The Velodyne WiConnect kit will be available for $169. Velodyne also sells the WiConnect-10 wireless powered subwoofer which includes the WiConnect adapter kit for $399.

See more about: Velodyne, Subwoofers, Wireless Subwoofers

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