Infinity and JBL, both subsidiaries of Harman International, have both announced sets of wireless speakers, finally cutting the metaphorical umbilical cord. A 2.4 GHz transmitter allows for crystal clear sound with no annoying wires hanging all over the place, which would other wise cause an eyesore in the design of your home.
They both claim to offer “interference-free” transmissions. While this claim remains unconfirmed, the four-channeled speakers might catch some waves from other gadgets in close proximity, The Infinity PS212W will feature a 12-inch sub blasting 400 watts of tunes to your ears. The JBL CSS10W is a bit smaller, coming in with a 10-inch sub and has a little less power behind with only 300 watts. They are available for $679 and $599 respectively.
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