Are you searching for a wireless subwoofer kit that will work well with your subwoofer? I’ve got you covered.
I’ve reviewed 8 of the best wireless subwoofer kits in the market and I believe you will be able to find one that is great for your subwoofer.
These top rated kits will enable your subwoofer to operate wirelessly and you will no longer need to worry about tangled cables or placement of your subwoofer.
1. SVS SoundPath Wireless Audio Adapter
This SVS wireless subwoofer kit is my top choice among all the other kits I’ve discussed below. One thing I like about the SVS SoundPath Wireless Audio Adapter is that it is very easy to install and has an ultra-low latency, which means you will not notice any lag as you listen to music or watch a movie using your subwoofer.
The rated frequency response range for the SVS SoundPath is 6 Hz – 22,000 Hz and operates at a frequency band of 2.4GHz.The SVS SoundPath has the capability of transmitting crystal clear audio signals to a range of 65 feet without sacrificing any quality.
To install this kit all you are required to do is to connect the transmitter to your TV, home theater or any other source of audio via an RCA interconnect then connect the receiver to your subwoofer or surround speakers. Once this is done say goodbye to clutter, messy cables and subwoofer placement issues.
This kit will definitely unleash the wireless capabilities of your home theater and is worth checking out.
2. iFinity Wireless Audio Transmitter/Receiver for Subwoofers
The iFinity is also a top performer when it comes to wireless subwoofer kits. It is able to make your subwoofer or powered speakers operate at optimum performance even at a range of 50 ft indoors.
Using advanced technology the iFinity kit is able transmit full cd quality sounds without interference or noise even through walls. The transmitter operates at 2.4GHz and the kit has a frequency range of between 2 Hz to 20,000 Hz.
The iFinity kit also employs frequency hopping technology which makes it robust against interference from other nearby wireless signals. The transmitter for this kit has 2 audio channels and is able to work with up to 4 wireless receivers seamlessly.
With a 1 year manufacturer warranty and a great price the iFinity Wireless Audio Transmitter/Receiver for Subwoofers is a great product that will not disappoint.
3. BIC America WTR-SYS
BIC America WTR-SYS is also a reliable wireless kit that is able to solve your subwoofer wiring issues with ease. With an operating range of 60ft indoors the BIC America WTR-SYS is able to transmit sounds with no distortions or noise.
Set up with this 4-Channel wireless kit only takes a few minutes and with the included Velcro strips you’ll have more flexibility in terms of where to place the transmitter the and receiver.
Even though the kit is branded BIC America you can use it with any powered subwoofer or speaker that has an RCA jack.
This BIC America WTR-SYS Wireless kit has a very low latency and a wide frequency response range that will enable you to enjoy vivid sounds from your home theater.
4. MartinLogan SWT-X
The MartinLogan wireless subwoofer kit is another high quality product that will help you to unlock the full wireless potential of your subwoofer and home theater system.
This kit operates in the 2.4GHz frequency band like most transmitters/receiver kits. With forward correction technology and ultra-low latency you will not be able to notice any lag with your subwoofers.
The SWT-X receiver only requires to be plugged into your subwoofer to work since it does not require any external power source to operate. Another feature I found useful about this wireless kit is the dynamic frequency selection which acts as a shield from other wireless signals which may cause interference with your audio system.
One important thing to note about the MartinLogan SWT-X is that it only works with MartinLogan Dynamo 600X, 800X, 1100X, and 1600X subwoofers.
This kit is great for you if you have MartinLogan Dynamo subwoofers that you want to make wireless.
5. Dayton Audio Wave-Link WLS System
One notable feature about this Dayton wireless subwoofer kit is its compact size, this solves placement issues that other kits have.
Sound transmitted using this kit is high quality and you will be able to enjoy watching movies or listening to your favorite music tracks. It operates at a frequency band of 2.4GHz and built-in DAC enables this kit to stream signals from an USB port.
Another feature to like about the Dayton Audio Wave-Link WLS System is that it can be coupled with up to 3 more receivers giving you ultimate flexibility in terms of your home theater set up.
This is a reliable kit that is worth looking into if you’re looking for something compact and discreet.
6. Rocketfish Universal Wireless SubWoofer Kit
The Rocketfish is able to work with most subwoofers giving them wireless capabilities at a great price. It is able to operate and transmit pristine sounds up to a range of 45 feet which is decent in comparison to other wireless kits.
In terms of signal transmission, the Rockectfish wireless kit is able to send 16 bit, 48 KHz of uncompressed high quality sound signal to your subwoofer resulting in production of crystal clear sounds.
The Rocketfish is easy to install, just plug the kit into your home audio set up and begin to enjoy heart pounding bass from your subwoofer without doing any cable work.
7. OSD Audio WSK-100
Another great wireless solution for your subwoofer is the OSD Audio WSK-100 Wireless Kit. Operating at a frequency band of 2.4 GHZ this kit is able to offer reliable sound signal transmission up to a distance of 32 feet.
With its ability to send signals through walls and cabinets placement of this wireless kit will not be a problem.
The frequency range for this wireless kit is between 2Hz and 20 KHz. The OSD Audio WSK-100 also features 34 channel selection which enables you to tune into the best signal just in case there is interference on another channel.
As long there is a socket outlet near your subwoofer this is a great solution of making your home audio system wireless. Just plug in using RCA cables and you’re good to go.
8. Klipsch WA-2 Wireless Subwoofer Kit
The Klipsch WA-2 is a great enhancement for your home theater if you’re looking to make your subwoofer wireless.
Composed of the receiver and transmitter this kit will enable you to enjoy earth shuttering bass from your subwoofer as you watch a movie or listen to music.
Its compact design allows for easy placement without becoming an eye sore. The Klipsch WA-2 kit operates at a frequency band of 24 GHZ and utilizes dynamic frequency selection technology to avoid noise or interference while it’s in operation.
The Klipsch wireless subwoofer kit is a top notch kit but is not for everyone, because it only works with Klipsch or Jamo subwoofers. If you’re an owner of a Klipsch subwoofer you should go for it, this is a wireless kit that will serve you well.
How do you hook up a wireless subwoofer?
For wireless subwoofers that have built-in wireless kits, place the subwoofer near a power source then plug it into the power outlet and it will be ready to receive signals from your home theater or TV. For subwoofers that don’t have a built-in wireless kit you will have to connect the subwoofer with the wireless kit to make it a wireless subwoofer.
How do I connect my Rocketfish wireless subwoofer kit?
First step is to find an ideal location for your subwoofer neat a power outlet preferably within line of sight of your home theater. Next plug in the Rocketfish transmitter to a power outlet using its power cable then connect it using RCA adapter cables to your audio source, this may be the TV or home theater audio out port.
Also connect the Rocketfish receiver to a power outlet near your subwoofer, finally connect it to the subwoofer audio in port using RCA cable. You’re good to go
Does a wireless subwoofer need to be plugged in?
Depending on whether your subwoofer is active or passive your wireless subwoofer needs to be close to be a power source.
Active subwoofers (those that have a built-in amplifier) require to be plugged in, these subwoofers can use a subwoofer wireless kit that can either be plugged in or not. Passive subwoofer need not to be plugged in but the wireless subwoofer kit used with this subwoofer needs to be plugged in.
What does wireless subwoofer mean?
These are subwoofers that are able to receive audio signals from a source like TV or home theater without the use of cables. Wireless subwoofers use a wireless subwoofer kit that may be external or built in to receive audio signals.
It’s a wrap… I hope you’ve enjoyed going through the different kits and you are now be able to find the best wireless subwoofer kit for your home theater system. You can also check out our list of top subwoofers in the market that are great for home entertainment.