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Comet...Samsung Wireless Transmitter & Receiver Module Kit £49.99 was £99.99

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COMET INSTORE ONLY....£49.99 HALF PRICE, hubby bought himself one at the weekend..... SAMSUNG WIRELESS RECEIVER SWA-4000 Wireless receiver The days of running wires to the back of y… Read More
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COMET INSTORE ONLY....£49.99 HALF PRICE, hubby bought himself one at the weekend.....

SAMSUNG WIRELESS RECEIVER

SWA-4000

Wireless receiver

The days of running wires to the back of your room are over. Just add this compact rear-channel amplifier to any of our home cinema systems, and enjoy full surround sound with less setup hassle. The SWA-4000 receives rear-channel audio signals wirelessly from your system's main unit. Just connect the two rear speakers to the amp to experience exciting multi-channel sound.

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Key Features:
allows wireless rear speakers capability

connects to rear speakers

Size:
5.59"(W) x 12.6"(H) x 8.98(D)
Specs:
power consumption: 60W

frequency range: 20Hz - 20kHz

signal / noise ratio: 75dB

weight: 2.9Lbs.
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banned#1
anyone know which models this works on?

I have a HTTX35R which is wireless ready
#2
Will this not have a power cable running to it and then a wire to each speaker? Hardly wireless if it is! I'd save the £50 and get some thin speaker cable instead.
banned#3
cdm22;4483234
Will this not have a power cable running to it and then a wire to each speaker? Hardly wireless if it is! I'd save the £50 and get some thin speaker cable instead.


yup!


just means the leads dont have to go from the front to the rear. they basically go side to side


useful if you dont want them running about but not perfect...however if you think about the power you would need to have full wireless speakers, would be stupid. Only way to change that is to plug them into power sockets but then that doesnt make them wireless.


Best thing to do if you can is stick em under the carpet
#4
cant find this on the comet website??? Anyone know what the item number is??
#5
thommo7879
cant find this on the comet website??? Anyone know what the item number is??



There is no info online, the price was instore only....
#6
Seems like a good idea for people that have a setup that can handle this arrangement.

I have a logic3 soundstage for my needs (small-ish room), instead of the separate speakers it has 15 speakers in one BIG box to recreate a 5.1 channel surround feel.... and it does it surprisingly well I feel... and all for only £180. It DOESN'T however have HDMI inputs/outputs, but does have 2 digital optical inputs, 2 coaxial inputs and stereo inputs (R/L) - and 150 watts RDS.
#7
Not a bad deal if you have no way of getting wires to the back of the room.
If you can, however, just run normal speaker cables under the carpet or along the skirting board (they are pretty thin and you will have to run them up the wall to the speakers anyway if they are not on stands). Normal speaker wires a lot cheaper and will mean one less plug to switch on and off everytime you want surround sound.
Dave.
#8
davedixson
Not a bad deal if you have no way of getting wires to the back of the room.
If you can, however, just run normal speaker cables under the carpet or along the skirting board (they are pretty thin and you will have to run them up the wall to the speakers anyway if they are not on stands). Normal speaker wires a lot cheaper and will mean one less plug to switch on and off everytime you want surround sound.
Dave.


Speaker wire is cheaper, but the less wires on show the better, i think anyway:)
#9
i have this, and i paid thios price for it about a year ago, it was necer worth the 99.99 stated, and its aload of cr ap. run wires properly for the ultimate experiencem dont rate this product at all, keep your money, go out and watch wales win the grand slam again (beer money) :thumbsup:
#10
Got one with my Samsung HTK, works well and easy to set up.
#11
Very Hot Deal!!
#12
Might be worth a check to see if they have any of the previous model, I posted this 3 months ago and my local store still had stock when I was in last week @ £13.99

http://hotukdeals.com/item/275429/samsung-swa3000-home-cinema-wireles/

But be aware that if you have wireless internet, go for the new model. The SWA3000 uses the same 2.4 GHz frequency as most routers, the SWA4000 uses 5.8 GHz.

And yes ODB, both models work with the HTTX35R :thumbsup:
#13
i have this and paid £99 about 18months ago.

I had to get it because of wooden floors which can not be taken up and wife was going mad as to home cinema and the wires everywhere.

I wouldn't have got it if I had any other choice, but it was either this or no home cinema
#14
thedriver
i have this and paid £99 about 18months ago.

I had to get it because of wooden floors which can not be taken up and wife was going mad as to home cinema and the wires everywhere.

I wouldn't have got it if I had any other choice, but it was either this or no home cinema


Lol what are we women like eh! I said the same to my hubby......:lol::lol::
#15
cdm22
Will this not have a power cable running to it and then a wire to each speaker? Hardly wireless if it is! I'd save the £50 and get some thin speaker cable instead.


Sometimes running speaker cable (not matter how thin) is not always an option.

To me it is obvious that the speaker will be connected to a transmitter box, as anything that include wireless technology will drain battery life.

I have the Sony version and it's a life saver for anyone who has a girlfriend/wife and wants a clean look for their home cinema.

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