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Old 29th September 2006, 10:33   #31
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Su-47, I have a 2.4G cordless and 2 (one Netgear and one Linksys) 2.4G routers in the same room. No problem. In fact I also have a 900Mhz wireless transmistter and a 5.8G cordless (in the same room with the above equipment). No problems.
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Anyone knows how well these new-fangled wireless speakers work? Samsung has a couple of models at 25k. Cabling s|_|cks. Would they interfere with any other equipment? They mention 2.4Ghz, which is cordless phones territory right?
You should also check how the speakers are gooing to be powered. I was gonna pick up a logitech system 5.1 system with wireless rear speakers but decided not to later cos the speakers would either be powered by plugging them into a socket or by putting in cells which dont last much nd drastically reduce performace. However i guess they are a lot easier to connect as compared to normal 5.1 speakers
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Su-47, I have a 2.4G cordless and 2 (one Netgear and one Linksys) 2.4G routers in the same room. No problem. In fact I also have a 900Mhz wireless transmistter and a 5.8G cordless (in the same room with the above equipment). No problems.
Point taken! BTW, what are you doing with two wlan routers in one room?

Would you know if the per-channel data is sent in compressed or uncompressed format to these wireless speakers?
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I bought a sony home theatre sytem. No complaints about the sound quality though coz its what I liked. The grouse I have is to do with USB connectivity which it doesn't have. Now, can someone suggest the different external methods by which i can interface my home theatre system with USB to play my movies.

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