How do i make a homemade wireless receiver for 2 speakers?
- ?Lv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
This is not an easy task, even if you have had formal training in
applied electronics technology. Someone yells that that can be
done by simply using a boom box. Cute. Very funny. There are
wireless speaker systems out there, but the better models are
not cheap. Your best bet would be to get an audio line level
transmitter, plug it into the pre output of your home multiplex
receiver, and have the wireless receiver plug into a boom box
that has an aux. input (or amplifier with speakers). This
wireless set can be purchased from MCM Electronics. They
have a web site at www.mcmelectronics.com and land line
number, which is: 1-800-543-4330. The stereo wireless unit
costs $366.68 and the order # is: 555-9050. The mono unit
costs $195.70 and the order # for this system is: 555-9040.
I don't know if radio shaft carries a cheap wireless system
anymore. This is the best advice I can give you. I wish you
& yours well. Feel free to e-me.Source(s): >36 yrs. Electronic Experience.
- TV guyLv 71 decade ago
I doubt if it is more cost-effective than buying one.
You need one transmitter and two receivers. Search if you can find any electronic kits, but it may be cheaper to just buy a new set of wireless speakers.