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The ButtKicker LINK RF Wireless package uses a transmitter and receiver that transmits radio-frequency waves, allowing your ButtKicker LFE unit to communicate wirelessly with the rest of your audio system. Set-up is simple, with the transmitter unit connecting to your subwoofer or audio/video processor, such as your stereo or television, via an RCA cable, and the receiver unit attaching either directly to your ButtKicker LFE or your ButtKicker Power Amplifier via another RCA cable.
Operating on the 900 MHz bandwidth with a frequency range of 5 to 350 MHz, these two units can communicate over several dozen feet -- even through walls and ceilings. Enjoy the amazing effect of the ButtKicker audio system anywhere in your home or business at ease by utilizing the ButtKicker LINK RF Wireless package.
What's in the Box
Transmitter unit, receiver unit, two AC adapters, and two 1.5-meter RCA male to male cables.
The first unit shipped from Amazon hummed constantly, even when my AV receiver was turned off! Turning the gain pot on the transmitter unit did nothing, and the red LED never lit. Read morePublished on November 29, 2010 by Steven Kan
I purchased this because I had to relocate my subwoofer. It works quite well. The only issue I had was when I walked between the transmitter and receiver. Read morePublished on May 22, 2010 by Flightpilot
I hooked these wireless transmitter/receiver to my subwoofer jack and to my subwoofer and even with the Stereo Receiver OFF, the subwoofer would just rumble. Read morePublished on April 9, 2010 by Paul
Although when you first open the box the receiver and transmitter look cheap, they perform remarkably well. Read morePublished on September 4, 2009 by proxy
I bought the ButtKicker to wirelessly send the sound signal from the Yamaha Sound Bar that is mounted on the same articulating bracket as my Vizio to the subwoofer that I already... Read morePublished on September 3, 2009 by Art Irwin
Ths works fine. This is not for a sub so why would you give it a negitive rating trying to use it for something it is not intended for. Read morePublished on January 9, 2009 by J. Lambert