The Sony WAHT-SA10 Wireless Surround Amplifier Kit
gives you a way to place the rear speakers of select S-AIR compatible Sony Home
Theater Systems in the back of your room without having to run wires from your
Sony integrated DVD/CD receiver. The kit includes a 2-channel amplifier
(TA-SA100WR) and a wireless transceiver (EZW-RT10). The WAHT-SA10 can be used to
power your surround speakers in a 5.1 channel or your surround back speakers in
a 7.1 channel configuration.
2.4GHz Wireless Surround:
The supplied wireless transceiver plugs into the back of the TA-S100WR while
another wireless transceiver (not supplied or supplied with your Sony receiver)
plugs into the back of your compatible Sony S-AIR integrated DVD/CD receiver.
Your Sony S-AIR compatible receiver will then be able to wirelessly transfer its
rear audio signal to the TA-SA100WR surround amplifier by using a wireless
2.4GHz frequency connection.
Speaker Connections: The TA-SA100WR surround amplifier has proprietary
speaker terminals that match the speaker wires supplied with your compatible
Sony home theater system. Instead of having to run wire all the way back your
Sony receiver in the front of the room, you need only run speaker wire from the
rear surround amplifier to your rear mounted speakers. The TA-SA100WR must be
plugged into an AC outlet and speaker wires run from the surround amplifier to
your Sony system's rear speakers.
Amplifier Rating: The surround amplifier is rated at 143
watts x 2-channel in 3-ohm at 1kHz with 10% THD or 50 watts x 2-channel in 3-ohm
at 120-20khz with 0.7% THD.
Headphone Output: The TA-SA100WR features a front-panel 3.5mm
headphone jack which allows you to listen to your Sony Home Theater System
through a pair of headphones. When you connect headphone to the surround
amplifier, neither the surround amplifier nor the S-AIR main unit outputs sound
from the system's speakers.
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