Audioengine W3R Premium Wireless Audio Receiver

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Audioengine W3R Premium Wireless Audio Receiver
Key Features
  • Works with W3 Wireless Transmitter
  • Send Audio to Up to 3 Rooms or Zones
  • Transmission Range Up to 100' (30 m)
  • Transmits CD-Quality Sound Wirelessly
The Audioengine W3R Premium Wireless Audio Receiver works as an additional or replacement receiver for the W3 Wireless Audio Adapter kit. The W3 kit lets you stream audio in up to three rooms from one source. Just connect the transmitter (sold separately) to any audio source and connect the receiver to your speaker source. The system has a wireless transmission range of up to 100' (30 m), and it provides CD-quality stereo sound with no reduction in quality. The receiver can plug into any speaker system via USB, 1/8" (3.5 mm) mini-jack or RCA.
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$89.00

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Audioengine W3R Overview

The Audioengine W3R Premium Wireless Audio Receiver works as an additional or replacement receiver for the W3 Wireless Audio Adapter kit. The W3 kit lets you stream audio in up to three rooms from one source. Just connect the transmitter (sold separately) to any audio source and connect the receiver to your speaker source. The system has a wireless transmission range of up to 100' (30 m), and it provides CD-quality stereo sound with no reduction in quality. The receiver can plug into any speaker system via USB, 1/8" (3.5 mm) mini-jack or RCA.

Main Features

Easy setup, connects in seconds
Works with Mac or PC (or without a computer)
Plug-and-play with no software or network setup
Typical wireless range is approx. 100' (30 m)
Plays all music formats from any player
Multi-zone broadcast mode
This kit includes only the receiver for adding another speaker source (sender required)

Works with

iDevices and all other music players
Internet radio and network music players
Mac or PC computers
Televisions
Subwoofers and AV surround receivers
CD, DVD and Blu-ray players
Any product with a 1/8" (3.5 mm) mini-jack or RCA connector
UPC: 819955260021

Audioengine W3R Specs

Transmission Range100' (30 m)
Wireless Platform802.11
Frequency Band2.4 - 2.4835 GHz
Latency<20 ms
Signal to Noise Ratio91 dB
Dimensions1.2 x 0.4 x 3.9" (30 x 10 x 100 mm)
WeightNot specified by manufacturer
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.65 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.4 x 6.1 x 2.1"
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i have 1 sender and 3 receivers they r working fine but i have 2 problems:1- i need a wireless power source like a power bank, i brought a big capacity one 10000mA it works only for 5 second and then the power bank switch of. so do you have a solution? is a smaller capacity power pac will make it work?2- i need to use 2 senders and six receivers each sender will send to 3 receivers at the same place. is there a problem? will interference happen? hope you answer soon i need asap
Asked by: Grand S.
This system is not designed for more than three receivers. You can use two sets, operating separately. There will be no interference, but it will be two distinct systems operating on their own. These are not designed for use with batteries or any portable power. They need steady, reliable power.
Answered by: Steve M.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

I have my living room set up with a video projector and the cable receiver in the rear of the room. I am looking for something that can wirelessly transmit the sound from the receiver in the rear of the room to a sound bar in the front of the room. Would this setup work for that? If so, what additional equipment would I need? If not, can you recommend another product?
Asked by: Matt R.
The W3R is only a receiver. You will need the full kit: Audioengine W3 Premium Wireless Audio Adapter B&amp;H # AUW3 MFR # W3.Audioengine is the best transmitter/receiver I know. I do not have a better suggestion. This should work well. You shouldn't need anything else, other than your soundbar. This kit is for analog audio. I do not recommend converting to digital, as that will increase the risk of voice sync issues.
Answered by: Steve M.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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