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Title: Using wireless for installed remote speakers.
Post by: microbob on September 08, 2017, 08:54:06 pm
Is there any professional wireless audio equipment that broadcasts a digital security key of some kind to mute the audio signal when the key is not present? 

For new outdoor speakers installation on a 3000 sq-foot patio, the church is asking if I can use wireless audio to eliminate speaker wires and ugly surface conduit.  This seems a little risky to me using standard Sennheiser G3 or similar wireless equipment because anyone can be in the area and broadcasting on same ISM band audio channel.  I need a way of blocking the "always powered" receiver from passing anything but the desired transmitter's signal.  The patio system's transmitter will be "mostly off", so I canít simply overpower the channel.

Please offer opinions and suggestions.  Thanks.
Title: Re: Using wireless for installed remote speakers.
Post by: Henry Cohen on September 08, 2017, 09:01:49 pm
Please offer opinions and suggestions

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