Peerless-AV’s new PeerSound Wireless Audio System (ADS100-B) is a rack-mountable wireless audio transmission system with a remote antenna that can send up to eight channels of audio wirelessly to receivers/speakers up to 140+ feet away. In addition, PeerSound’s remote antenna capability allows installers to move the antenna up to 10 feet away from structures that reduce Wi-Fi performance, such as steel.
Peerless-AV says the PeerSound system is aimed at distributed audio in existing homes (vs. new builds) as the in-wall or on-wall amplifier allows for installations and hidden wires, even when cutting drywall isn’t an option. And, unlike many other solutions available, PeerSound interfaces with any audio component for source or speaker, to allow customers the freedom to use the brands and equipment they are used to. Additionally, PeerSound creates its own wireless network so it does not affect any existing wireless data network service.
The system uses a self-contained 120/240V power supply and UL 2043 plenum rated amplifier. When details are available, they will be posted here.