Krix Cuts The Cables With Seismix Wireless Transmitter

Posted on 31st July, 2020

Krix Cuts The Cables With Seismix Wireless Transmitter

Owners of Krix's current range of Seismix subwoofers will be pleased to hear of the availability of the Seismix Wireless Transmitter. 

Krix's forethought is evident with the inclusion of a wireless receiver already built into the amplifier modules of the Krix Seismix 1 Mk6 and Seismix 3 Mk7 subwoofers. 

When the layout or aesthetics of your room make it difficult to run a subwoofer cable, with the Seismix Wireless Transmitter all you need to do is connect the wireless transmitter to your AVR or processor's subwoofer pre-out. Wireless connection is then quick and straightforward – pressing the 'Pair' buttons on the transmitter and subwoofer will create the connection in seconds.

The transmitter sends an uncompressed audio signal at up to 192kHz/24-bit directly to the subwoofer, eliminating the need for long runs of cables.

Krix says its Seismix Wireless Transmitter uses a tri-band design, utilising 2.4GHz, 5.2Hz and 5.8GHz wireless bands. 

Michael Cox, Marketing Manager at Krix, told StereoNET:

This technology delivers incredibly low latency along with resistance to other Wi-Fi and Bluetooth interference. Subwoofer placement can be up to ten metres away, and up to four subwoofers can work with one wireless transmitter unit. We're incredibly proud to release this addition to the high-performance Krix Seismix subwoofer range.

The Krix Seismix Wireless Transmitter is available now and sells for $249 RRP.

For more information or to find your nearest retailer, visit Krix.

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    StereoNET’s Founder and Publisher was born in England and raised on British Hi-Fi before moving to Australia. He developed an early love of music and playing bass guitar before discovering the studio and the other side of the mixing desk. After a few years writing for audio magazines, Marc saw the future in digital publishing and founded the first version of StereoNET, known at the time as Planet Audio, in 1999.

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