Sending wireless audio from TV to amp (RCA to RCA)

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  1. firestorm84

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    Hopefully a simple one here!

    Having moved to a new place, I'm looking to send audio wirelessly from my TV to my stereo amp way over on the other side of the room.

    Most of the threads, and product descriptions I have read, describe the use of wireless senders as being suitable for sending audio from sources such as laptops, bluray players etc- just want to make sure that such devices will also work using a television as source, as I haven't seen it made explicit anywhere.

    Many thanks!
     
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    Any av tv sender will do it. Usually used to send from a video source to a tv in a different room. avaliable all over market stalls, supermarkets, specialist shops About 20 t0 30 pounds not sure of quality.
     
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    Thanks for your pointers! Had a budget of around £60-£70 in mind, can anybody recommend anything reliable in that ballpark? Although the audioengine does look worth parting with the extra money for.
     
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    A further thought on this is you may experience a delay using wireless senders that could put the audio behind the video which may or may not be annoying depending on the delay. Make sure anything you buy can be returned if this is an issue. Less likely if you hard wire to the stereo.
     
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    Very good thinking re time delay. If your speaker weire all ready come back to tv? ( if not whats happening) could you not use phono leads, cheaper, better hide them round wall whatever?
     
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    Good point- cheers for that. Have always previous just had the amp wired in directly, wires running under the carpet, however the wooden floors would prevent that from happening this time
     

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