Wireless subwoofers are becoming more and more popular in recent years. That is because they offer so many benefits to the owner of a sound system! Wireless subwoofers enable you to avoid cables, which can be an issue when moving around. They also eliminate the need for a subwoofer box, which means that you don’t have any additional equipment taking up space on your floor or behind your TV stand.
What is a Wireless Subwoofer?
Home audio systems are great, but what if you don’t have a lot of space for speakers? Wireless subwoofers eliminate the need for all that messy speaker wire. With these and built-in amp to power them; there’s no limit on where or how many woofers can be placed in your home
Wireless speakers transmit a radio frequency to the speaker wirelessly. The wireless remote needs to be in direct transmission range (30ft or 9.14 meters) from the speaker for best results, though it may experience interference when close to devices like microwaves, cordless phones, and other wireless home technology.
The sound quality of a wireless subwoofer is dependent on the radio frequency it uses. To avoid interference, keep that transmitter 30 feet or less from your speaker and you’ll get high-quality sounds at home!
The best subwoofers are those that provide enough base tone to adequately fill a room. Larger versions of the speakers, although more expensive than smaller ones, often produce deep bass and an overall richer experience for movies or music.
All wireless subwoofers contain a built-in powered amplifier that allows them to transmit sound from anywhere in the room without obstructions. One way to give your sound more depth is by increasing the speaker’s power rating. The power a speaker can produce determines how much bass it will focus on, and larger speakers usually have bigger amplifiers that are louder and deeper bass tones.
Example of a Wireless Subwoofer
Klipsch 12″ 400 Watts Wireless Subwoofer
Klipsch is proud to offer it’s 12″ 400 watt wireless subwoofer, designed for anyone who appreciates high-quality audio. With its spun copper img woofer and large all-digital amplifier this unit will sound perfect in any room of the house. It features a low pass crossover, phase control, and comes with removable grille as well as an included power cable.
This Klipsch product is renowned throughout the world for high standards that exceed expectations when compared to other brands. Klipsch also has 8 pieces of different technologies on board such as dynamic stabilizer which keeps your sound from playing too loudly or not loudly enough if you have variable volume control settings; three way protection which makes sure that your speakers fire at the right time and in the right direction; dynamic power management which keeps your subwoofer working at maximum efficiency.
4 Reasons Why Wireless Subwoofers are Worth Buying
You Get Better Sound Quality
The sound quality for wireless subwoofers is not compromised due to the lack of cabling. Wireless subwoofers use a transmitter and receiver to create the wireless signal that will provide audio.
The transmitter is hooked up to the audio source, in this case the amplifier or another auxiliary input. The receiver plugs into an available power outlet to recharge its built-in battery. This lets you place the receiver anywhere in your room for optimum sound performance without worrying about cables or electrical outlets being nearby.
In addition, many models come with built-in equalizers, which enable you to vary bass response and other elements of the sound depending on your liking or specific needs (such as rooms where people watch TV with closed captions).
You Save Space
“You save space” is a very good reason to buy wireless subwoofers because it is true. You can find many different sizes of wireless subwoofers available on the market today. For example, there are models that are small enough to fit under your bed or even in the storage area of your entertainment center.
You can also find models that have their own carrying case. This makes it easy to take them with you when and where you need them. Wireless subwoofers give you great sound quality and room for more furniture!
No More Messy Cables
One thing that helped me decide to purchase a subwoofer is the fact that they have eliminated the tangled cables. I used to have my subwoofer located right in front of a window, so with these wires I would always be fighting with them trying to get them together and keep them untangled. It was a lot of work just as the use of cables seemed obsolete. Now, I can simply plug my receiver into the wall outlet without having to worry about any wires!
You Can Add Them Later If Needed
Another thing you’ll love about wireless subwoofers is how easy they are to add onto your setup.
You can always add a wireless subwoofer later if needed. This makes it easier when it comes time to move an audio system because all you have to do is unplug the transmitter and receiver, pack it up, and bring them along.
The best way to use a receiver with wireless subwoofers is to plug the receiver into an outdoor outlet, which transforms the space where you listen from without walls or windows to one without any obstructions. This is wonderful for people who want to listen to music outside but do not have a wired subwoofer.