OSD Audio’s NERO-WSA Wireless Subwoofer Transmitter and Receiver kit lets you add pristine sounding bass to home theaters and media rooms without having to run cable from your amp or receiver to the subwoofer itself. Subwoofers tend to be the most difficult speakers to place, but with the NERO-WSA, you’ll get full-range wireless connectivity with the less-crowded 5.8 GHz frequency and dual diversity antenna switch-off for 360-degrees of reception capability. NERO-WSA will not interfere with Wi-Fi or other wireless protocols, and our wireless subwoofer kit includes an upgraded chip set for reliability and instant transmission with undetectable latency so bass notes are synced with the music or movie soundtracks. Installation is simple. The NERO-WSA transmitter connects to your amp or receiver's subwoofer RCA output, then sends a wireless signal over to the kit’s receiver which is connected to your powered subwoofer's LFE/Mono input. When the transmitter and receiver are within 150 feet of each other, the low frequency sound is transmitted to the subwoofer via the 5.8 GHz broadcast frequency for the most reliable and steady signal.
Why Choose a Wireless Sub?
A subwoofer is a dedicated bass speaker designed to handle the low frequency effects in audio systems. The “.1” in a 2.1, 5.1 or higher surround sound system, the subwoofer plays a critical role in transforming ordinary sound into a spine-tingling experience, especially on action and adventure films. Because subwoofers handle such low frequencies, you’ll often feel the bass as much as you hear it.
Where you place the subwoofer will depend on your room’s acoustics and your own personal taste but placement flexibility is key. Sometimes, the best sound is experienced when the subwoofer is located in a corner, away from the TV and receiver, but this means running cable in the wall, underneath the floor or along the base boards—not always an easy task. OSD Audio’s NERO-WSA bypasses this step so you can place your sub anywhere near a power outlet.
How Far Is the Range of the NERO-WSA Wireless Subwoofer Kit?
Our NERO-WSA has a line-of-site range of 150 ft., although each environment varies and metal objects and obstacles can affect transmission. The 5.8 GHz frequency works best at line of sight, but you can hide the subwoofer transmitter/receiver in another room or behind a sofa; however, transmission range may drop. Reliable and Backed with a 2-year Warranty Compatible with most receivers, amplifiers and powered subwoofers with RCA inputs/outputs, the Nero-WSA wireless sub is backed with a limited 2-year warranty and a 30-day satisfaction guarantee. Specifications 5.8 GHz operating frequency for reliable bass audio Upgraded chip set for.
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- 5.8 GHz operating frequency for reliable bass audio
- Upgraded chip set for reliability and a near-zero delay
- Up to 150 ft operation distance between transmitter and receiver (line of sight).
- Audio Output Level: 2V
- Frequency Response: 18Hz-22KHz
- Audio Distortion: <1%
- Signal to Noise Ratio: >80dB
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Dave • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM Is this an outdoor sub woofer?
Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PMHi Dave:This is a wireless Subwoofer Transmitter and Receiver kit featuring the higher 5.8 GHz wireless broadcast frequency. I believe it is mainly for indoor applications. Maybe in a controlled outdoor environment, there may some sort of application. The kit consists of a Transmitter and Receiver each with their own AC power supply. Neither of the Transmitter or Receiver chassis or power supplies is weather resistant. Sorry about that.TL/5622
Joshua • 02/21/2021, 11:08:23 AM NERO-WSA. I own two powered subs. I would need two receivers, are they available as separate item and how much.
Customer Service • 02/23/2021, 12:06:00 PMHI Joshua: What is your application? Indoor, outdoor, whole house or Home Theater? I would need more info to properly answer your question. [email protected] TimL/2-23
John Aey • 07/11/2021, 1:36:51 PM I currently use the Nero-WSA to connect your Nero tube bass to my somewhat large system in our poorhouse. Looking to add another subwoofer in a different location and am finding the range of this device to be limiting. Do you carry a device that can transmit over my WiFi network like a SONOS device so that I can add a second woofer. Really don't want to get into SONOS, too expensive, rather stick with OSD.
Customer Service • 07/21/2021, 1:54:08 PMHi John: Do you have our latest 5.8GHz NERO WSA? What do you have powering the additional speakers in the other room? You are thinking of adding a subwoofer? We have our NERO Stream XD which you could have in the room to power the local speakers plus has dedicated subwoofer output. You might want to add our SRT1 preamp to your AVR. It features line in and line output so that it could connect to your AVR as a source. It can be grouped into the NERO MAX XD over your network using our OSD Player App. Suppose you have Apple products you can choose airplay to connect. The cost of the two items is less than a single SONOS Port. Let me know if this helps and if you need additional help. TimL/7-21-21