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Add wireless convenience to your Niles subwoofer

The SW-R receiver lets you connect a Niles SW6.5 or SW8 powered subwoofer to your sound system wirelessly via the Niles SW-T wireless transmitter (sold separately). Just plug this device into the back of your compatible Niles sub to receive wireless audio signals from the SW-T transmitter. Each transmitter is capable of supporting up to four SW-R receivers so you can set up a killer subwoofer system without the hassle of wires.

Great option allowing lots of flexibility in placing subwoofer without concerns for wire to connect to AV receiver.

EEWdad, Snohomish, WA

What's in the Box:

  • Wireless audio receiver
  • 11.5" Propriety cable (4-pin connector on each end)
  • 2 Screws
  • Installation Guide

Highlights:

  • wireless receiver for use with the Niles SW-T wireless subwoofer transmitter
  • up to four SW-R receivers can be used simultaneously with one SW-T transmitter to create a multiple wireless subwoofer system
  • receiver plugs into a dedicated port on the back of Niles SW6.5 and SW8 powered subwoofers
  • convenient one-button pairing
  • wireless range: approx. 48 feet
  • 3-11/16"W x 1-3/16"H x 3-1/8"D
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
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Niles SW-R

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(1 Review)

Look ma, no wires!

EEWdad from Snohomish, WA on 3/27/2014

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Great option allowing lots of flexibility in placing subwoofer without concerns for wire to connect to AV receiver.

Pros: Compact receiver/transmitter combo. 2.4G. Can't tell it's wireless.

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Wireless Audio Transmitter:  With the addition of the Niles SW-R wireless receiver and the SW-T wireless transmitter (190SWT, sold separately) you can turn any Niles Compact Subwoofer (sold separately) into a wireless solution for applications where running speaker wire is not an acceptable option. The SW-R attaches directly to the Nile Compact Subwoofer's wireless input port, while the SW-T wireless transmitter connects to your home receiver's subwoofer or LFE output via RCA. The SW-T wireless transmitter must also be plugged into an AC power outlet.

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