Putting in home theatre kits can be a headache. Also, you’ll have to put in a fairly big amount of speakers. For this reason, the distance between them and the main home theater element which is commonly the AV receiver can be quite large. If you hook up your rear speakers with the AV receiver by employing speaker wire, you must put in plenty of wires. This kind of cabling often will produce some undesired mess and therefore working with wireless speaker sets is a smart choice. There are different ways of connecting the wireless transmitter to the AV receiver. In most cases, you will use RCA audio cables. Some different styles of wireless surround sound kits come with a couple of individual wireless amps. Typically these kinds of wireless amplifiers are placed right next to every rear speaker.
As a substitute to wireless surround systems, several suppliers offer home cinema kits which come with wireless rear speakers. But, don’t forget that cordless loudspeakers need to be attached to an electrical outlet. These solutions is named powerline loudspeaker packages. These types of loudspeaker packages don’t make use of wireless sound transmission. Your rear loudspeakers are connected to powerline receivers which extract the data from the mains electrical power cord and change it to sound.