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Audioengine AW1


$149.00 Released February, 2007

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Configures as a USB sound card compatible with all modern versions of Windows. All-digital transfer right up to the amplifier, reduces loss of signal. Transmission range is more than adequate, can go across the house on separate floors.

The Cons:Takes a little memory and processing power from the system to run it - can get dropouts if your system is already under a load.

The Audioengine AW1 is designed to connect your audio components wirelessly. Think of AW1 as a simple replacement for any RCA or 3.5" mini-jack cable to or from your iPod, Audioengine powered speakers, computer, TV, surround-sound receiver, game console, network music player - or any other product where you want to eliminate audio cables.

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The AW1 consists of 2 parts, the "Sender" and "Receiver". The Sender transmits audio from your computer through USB audio or from any product with 3.5mm mini-jack or RCA audio outputs. The other side of AW1, the Receiver, connects audio to any product with mini-jack or RCA audio connectors.

Power for the Sender and Receiver is provided from either a USB computer port, from the included USB AC power adapter, or from any other USB AC charger (such as an iPod charger, for example). Another USB power source is the Audioengine A5 powered speakers, which are equipped with a ComboPort(r) USB charger on top of the left speaker.

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    configures as a USB sound card compatible with all modern versions of Windows

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    all-digital transfer right up to the amplifier, reduces loss of signal

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    transmission range is more than adequate, can go across the house on separate floors

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    very easy to set up even for an entry-level user

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    compact, easy to carry with you when you travel

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    versatile functionality, can be configured to work with a wide range of devices

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    takes a little memory and processing power from the system to run it - can get dropouts if your system is already under a load

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