FM carrier current remote speaker system

Posted on Feb 7, 2013

High quality, noise free, wireless FM transmitter/receiver operates over standard power lines. Complete system is suitable for high-quality transmission of speech or music, and will operate from any ac outlet anywhere on a one-acre home site. Frequency response is 20-20, 000 Hz and THD is under Transmission distance along a power line is at least adequate to include all outlets in and around a suburban home and yard

FM carrier current remote speaker system
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Two input terminals are provided so that both left and right signals of a stereo set may be combined for mono transmission to a single remote speaker if desired. The receiver amplifies, limits, and demodulates the received FM signal. It provides audio mute in the absence of carrier and 2 W output to a speaker.

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