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Anonymous
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August 31, 2004 12:51:02 AM

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Is there any audio device where I can stream over WiFi. I want to take a
line-level input (i.e. from a HiFi) and transmit it over WiFi using the
compression built into the box, and the receiving box will decode the
signal?

I'm hoping for a device that uses WiFi so it won't conflict with my current
network. I know there are 2.4ghz transmitters but I heard they're not that
great....

If the box can also support MP3s, WMA, etc that would be nice.

Here is a picture to illsutrate things:

HiFi -> Transmitter ---Wireless Link ---> Receiver ---> Stereo

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Anonymous
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August 31, 2004 1:42:17 PM

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Many people use FM transmitters for this, since most stereos have FM
receivers. Besides not interfering with Wi-Fi, the FM signal will
have better coverage and can be received by stereos in multiple
locations, without a special interface on each.


Lucas Tam <REMOVEnntp@rogers.com> wrote in message news:<Xns9555AB9DCC459nntprogerscom@140.99.99.130>...
> Is there any audio device where I can stream over WiFi. I want to take a
> line-level input (i.e. from a HiFi) and transmit it over WiFi using the
> compression built into the box, and the receiving box will decode the
> signal?
>
> I'm hoping for a device that uses WiFi so it won't conflict with my current
> network. I know there are 2.4ghz transmitters but I heard they're not that
> great....
>
> If the box can also support MP3s, WMA, etc that would be nice.
>
> Here is a picture to illsutrate things:
>
> HiFi -> Transmitter ---Wireless Link ---> Receiver ---> Stereo
Anonymous
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August 31, 2004 6:49:46 PM

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Lucas Tam wrote:




> Is there any audio device where I can stream over WiFi. I want to take
> a
> line-level input (i.e. from a HiFi) and transmit it over WiFi using the

> compression built into the box, and the receiving box will decode the
> signal?

> I'm hoping for a device that uses WiFi so it won't conflict with my
> current
> network. I know there are 2.4ghz transmitters but I heard they're not
> that
> great....

> If the box can also support MP3s, WMA, etc that would be nice.

> Here is a picture to illsutrate things:

> HiFi -> Transmitter ---Wireless Link ---> Receiver ---> Stereo

Several manufacturers make the receiving part of the link you are looking
for. SMC is the one I have a link for:
http://www.smc.com/index.cfm?sec=Products&pg=Product-De...
There is also a company called Prismiq, Inc.
Those are designed to handle MP3, WMA and other popular multimedia formats.

As far as I know no one makes the transmitter end of it, maybe for the
reason of having the competition from those 2.4GHz transmitters. It would
be cost prohibitive to convert the audio twice, and there are specialized
devices that already do that.

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Anonymous
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August 31, 2004 8:46:42 PM

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info_at_cabling-design_dot_com@foo.com (Dmitri(Cabling-Design.com))
wrote in news:ee0Zc.43410$JG7.7459@hydra.nntpserver.com:

> Several manufacturers make the receiving part of the link you are
> looking for. SMC is the one I have a link for:
> http://www.smc.com/index.cfm?sec=Products&pg=Product-De...
> ite=c There is also a company called Prismiq, Inc.
> Those are designed to handle MP3, WMA and other popular multimedia
> formats.

I know about these devices ... but unfortunately they have no "audio-in"
feature. You can only playback pre-compressed audio.

> As far as I know no one makes the transmitter end of it, maybe for the
> reason of having the competition from those 2.4GHz transmitters. It
> would be cost prohibitive to convert the audio twice, and there are
> specialized devices that already do that.

I'm worried that the existing non-wifi 2.4ghz transmitters would interfere
with my wireless network and cordless phone... that's why I was hoping for
a Wifi solution : (



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