Klipsch WA2 Wireless Plug & Play Subwoofer Adapter
The Klipsch WA-2 two-piece kit, composed of a transmitter and a receiver, conducts a simple pairing process that syncs the transmitter and receiver the first time they are used; after that, the sub is automatically activated when ready for use.
Powerful bass is one thing, but powerful bass that can be placed anywhere in a room to achieve the best possible sound is another. Thanks to the new Klipsch WA-2 wireless subwoofer kit, convenient bass enhancement of music, home theater and whole-house audio systems is now possible.
A Complete Solution
The Klipsch WA-2 Wireless Subwoofer kit comes with everything you need to wirelessly send bass and/or low frequency effects information from your home theater receiver/processor or stereo receiver* to a compatible Klipsch Group, Inc. (KGI) subwoofer equipped with a WA Port.
No More Long, Bulky Subwoofer Cables
The Klipsch WA-2 wireless subwoofer kit makes adding a subwoofer to a new or existing speaker system much easier. It replaces the need for a long, thick, costly subwoofer cable that traditionally must be connected between a receiver or processor and a subwoofer.
Klipsch WA-2 Allows For Best Subwoofer Placement
Easily place the subwoofer where it both sounds and looks best in the room since you’re not restricted by a speaker cable. Up to 4 WA-2’s can be used simultaneously in an average size household.
2.4 GHz Operation With Dynamic Channel Selection
The wireless signal transmits flawlessly within a 50’ (15m) radius using an advanced automatic channel selection technology. Even if you have a wireless network or wireless phone system, the Klipsch WA-2 wireless subwoofer kit does not interfere with, nor has interference from, any other wireless systems in your home.
No Manual ‘Pairing’ Required
Unlike other designs that require a manual ‘pairing’ step, the Klipsch WA-2 wireless subwoofer kit’s transmitter finds the receiver automatically once you connect it and turn it on the first time.
Gain Control Allows Operation With Many Different Receivers
The transmitter’s input gain control compensates for varying output levels of different receivers/processors, allowing maximum performance in any system.