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Rocketfish Universal Wireless Rear Speaker Kit RF-WHTIB

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  • Provides uncompressed CD-quality audio to rear speakers without the use of wires
  • Wireless signal with 100' range
  • Multiple mounting options, including horizontal, vertical in the included stand or wall-mounted
  • Includes sender, receiver with stand, two 2" sections of speaker wire, AC adapter and user manual
8 new from $70.00 11 used from $54.99 1 refurbished from $99.00

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Product Specifications

Brand NameRocketfish
Color NameBlackf
Speaker Size10 Inch, 12 Inch, 15 Inch

Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Rocketfish
  • Model: RF-WHTIB
  • Color Name: Blackf

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000VEP3XO
  • Item model number: RF-WHTIB
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (194 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,770 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 31, 2007

Product Description

This wireless kit sends rich sound to your home entertainment system speakers while eliminating ugly and cumbersome wires. Just plug the sender into your home theater and your rear speakers into the receiver.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Great product easy to setup.
Marcos Pelayo
I tried to contact Rocketfish but found that apparently there is no customer service for this product.
Shirley Ramsey
Connected unit per instructions and the receiver will not power up at all.
Angry Amber

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

55 of 59 people found the following review helpful By 10YoFace on March 13, 2012
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I was VERY skeptical about buying this, but took a chance because of all the guarantees of 0 interference from the company itself that are printed directly on the box. Well, it turns out that this actually interferes with EVERYTHING on the 2.4Ghz spectrum. Cell phones, microwaves, and the worst of all...a wireless internet connection.

Everything causes interference with the audio signal, which causes the sound to either sound horrible, "crackly," and at times just vanish completely. The deal breaker for me was that it slowed my 20Mbps internet connection down to less-than-dial-up speeds. It got so bad that at times I completely lost my wireless connection.

That being said, I had two options:
1) Buy a wireless-N router that operates on the 5.6Ghz spectrum (which would also require me to upgrade every wireless connection in my home to avoid interference on the 2.4Ghz spectrume)

2) Return this item and get a different wireless audio system that operates at 5.6Ghz.

I went with option 2. Granted, both solutions were very pricey, but I ended up with a unit made by Amphony. Difficult to find, but I did manage to find a discontinued model on their website for under $100. It works just fine with almost no interference at all. Occasionally, you here a little buzz when a wireless connection is first established near a speaker, but that initial buzz is it. The biggest issue I have is that the receiver shuts off after about 5 minutes of no sound and when it receives the audio signal, it makes a loud popping sound. It's annoying, but I got used to it. I can deal with it if it means I don't have run wires through my living room.
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Anthony Westover on March 16, 2012
I was looking for a wireless rear speaker solution that was universal since my HDMI receiver didn't have a wireless option and I didn't feel like buying a new system. (Also, proprietary wireless speaker solutions are absurdly expensive and tie me to a specific brand.)

Set up was relatively easy, and that's the only solid positive. Still, I was enjoying passable quality wireless rear speakers... FOR ONLY FOUR MONTHS. Then the system inexplicably broke. The units refused to pair even when I disconnect them from the speakers and placed them directly in front of each other. I debated taking the units to get them fixed, but figured instead of getting cheap stuff fixed I might as well explore another option. Amphony 1600 and Soundcast SCS100 are two options mentioned by reviewers, I'll be looking into those. They are priced slightly higher, however.
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70 of 84 people found the following review helpful By Wayne G. Marsh on June 25, 2009
I live in a townhouse, where threading wires for rear surround speakers is difficult, so I've been looking for a wireless rear speaker solution for years.

Sony made one several years ago, and I bought one. The transmitter was a bank of six or eight infrared LEDs, which transmitted line-of-sight to the receiver and amplifier. It worked fine -- for a week or so -- then died. When it was running, the infrared LEDs made the transmitter too hot to touch, and the heat no doubt killed it.

I waited a few years for a radio-based solution, and I was pleased when Best Buy came out with their Rocketfish wireless speaker system. I bought it and installed it. It also worked fine -- for a week or so -- then one channel or the other, or sometimes both, would go silent. Unplugging and replugging the transmitter's power cord sometimes got it to work again, but not all the time. Intermittent operation is often caused by heat build-up, so I took apart the transmitter, bent a couple of large resistors away from the circuit board, and drilled some holes in the case for extra cooling. No difference -- the left and right channels dropped out intermittently.

So I started Googling for a better solution, or a least a more reliable one. And I found one -- the Amphony Model 1550. It costs more than the Rocketfish, but it's worth it if you need a wireless speaker set-up. It has a transmitter and two separate receiver/amplifiers -- the Rocketfish has only one receiver for both channels, so you might still have to string speaker wires across the back of your listening room from the Rocketfish receiver to your speakers. The Amphony receivers can be located near or behind their speakers. Each Amphony receiver/amp does require its own power plug-in, of course.
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33 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Koala! on August 4, 2010
This is a Best Buy product. I have had four of these and they all have died eventually. I bought the extended warranty from Best Buy and of course had them die after that period too. What happens is the receiver will just stop working - no power. You will see other reviews here mentioning same thing.

There was obviously a design flaw with this device because its been replaced - go to the Best Buy website and search "rocketfish wireless". I am not too confident that the new design is much better. There are always at least a dozen of these for sale as refurbs on the two Best Buy outlet stores on eBay. Look at sellers "cowboom" and "best_buy_outlet" both Best Buy companies. You can always buy the units there for less than half what they cost at the Best Buy store or website with the same warranty and usually free shipping.

All that said the new units work well although they are pretty low power so getting them balanced may be an issue. Just be sure you can take it back.
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