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Audioengine W3R

Add-on receiver for W3 wireless audio system

MFR # W3R

Audioengine W3R

Audioengine W3R

Add-on receiver for W3 wireless audio system

MFR # W3R

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Great way to get whole-house stereo!

Darrin from Palm Desert, CA on 5/13/2019

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Been using the W3R with three receivers for about 4 years now. I've got the transmitter plugged into a PC in the kitchen that we use to stream SiriusXM. One receiver is plugged into a stereo on the back patio, another into the master bedroom stereo and the third is connected to our NuTone intercom system, so we have music throughout the house, inside & outside. The only receiver that occasionally has momentary dropouts is the one on the patio, but it IS the farthest away from the transmitter. It's too bad that there's no provision to add an external antenna. Maybe AudioEngine should make receivers that look like their B1 Bluetooth receivers, which already have an external antenna. Other than that little quibble, these have been great!

Pros: Easy to setup!

Cons: An add on antenna might improve the range.

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Barry from millbury, MA on 3/28/2016

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I have three of these driving 3 separate sets of speakers, all work flawlessly, especially the one I have 2 rooms and a couple different walls separating the sender and receiver.

Pros: Zero drops

Cons: none -- delivers as promised

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Better than expected

2ManyShoes from Kansas on 6/5/2015

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Incredibly simple to use and great sound quality. I have two receivers. The one closer to the transmitter (25 feet and one wall between) works perfectly. The signal isn't strong enough to work consistently on the other (50 feet and two walls between), however, so I get a lot of dropouts.

Pros: Dead easy to use, great sound

Cons: Signal strength

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