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Klipsch WA-3

Wireless transmitter for select Klipsch subwoofers

Item # 714WA3

A consistent challenge I've faced over the years is running (and hiding) my powered subwoofer's signal cable.

A consistent challenge I've faced over the years is running (and hiding) my powered subwoofer's signal cable.

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About the Klipsch WA-3

Subwoofer placement made simple

A consistent challenge I've faced over the years is running (and hiding) my powered subwoofer's signal cable. If you're a Klipsch C Series sub owner, the WA-3 wireless transmitter lets you avoid this potential hassle by providing high-quality, wireless signal transmission up to 50 feet away.

Subwoofer placement made simple

A consistent challenge I've faced over the years is running (and hiding) my powered subwoofer's signal cable. If you're a Klipsch C Series sub owner, the WA-3 wireless transmitter lets you avoid this potential hassle by providing high-quality, wireless signal transmission up to 50 feet away.

How it works

Plug the WA-3 into the wall for power, and to your home theater receiver or preamp processor with a subwoofer cable. The WA-3 can transmit signal to up to three compatible subwoofers simultaneously, since the "receiving" hardware is already built into C Series subs.

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What's in the box:

  • Wireless transmitter
  • AC power supply (with attached 6' DC cord)
  • 4 AC plug adapters (US/UK/AU/EU)
  • Owner's Manual
  • Warranty

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Features

Wireless Subwoofer Transmitter: The Klipsch WA-3 lets you connect your AV receiver or integrated amplifier wirelessly to a Klipsch C-308ASWi or C310ASWi powered subwoofer (sold separately). The WA-3 wireless transmitter lets you place your compatible Klipsch C-Series powered subwoofer anywhere in a room (up to 50' away) and receive a wireless 2.4GHz high definition audio transmission. The receiver chip is built right into the powered sub's amplifier circuitry, so there is no extra dongle or adapter to plug into the subwoofer. You simply plug the WA-3 into the subwoofer or LFE output of your AV receiver or integrated amplifier.

2.4GHz Wireless Communication: The Klipsch WA-3 wireless transmitter operates wirelessly over the 2.4GHz frequency range with a wireless transmission range of up to 50'. Because of its advanced automatic channel selection technology, the WA-3 wireless transmitter does not interfere with, nor has interference from any other wireless systems in your home (such as your wireless network or wireless phone system).

Pairing: In order to wirelessly connect the WA-3 with a Klipsch C-Series powered sub, you'll need to press the "Pair" button on back of the subwoofer and the "Sync" button on the bottom of the transmitter. The LED will blink rapidly during the pairing process and will turn solid when connected. You can connect up to three compatible Klipsch C-Series powered subwoofers to one WA-3 wireless transmitter.

Stereo RCA Input: The WA-3 wireless Transmitter is outfitted with stereo RCA jacks that connect to your AV receiver's or integrated amplifier's LFE or subwoofer output. The "Right" RCA jack of the WA-3 also serves as the LFE input. You'll need a mono-subwoofer cable or stereo RCA cable (both sold separately), depending on the output of your AV receiver or integrated amplifier.

Power Requirements: The Klipsch WA-3 comes with an AC power adapter which plug into the back of the wireless transmitter and into an AC power outlet or surge protector (sold separately).

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