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I wanted to try this but never got around to it..
I have a set of amplified speakers that runs on 12 v.d.c. with an fm receiver in each one. They operate in the 800 mhz. region. There’s a transmitter that accepts a 3.5 mm input that tramsmits stereo and each speaker receives a seperate channel. (L&R) The transmitter operates on 12 v.d.c. It accepts line level..
Basically, both speakers have a battery holder in the bottom that holds 8-“D” cells that houses an audio amp and the receiver.(and speakers, of course) The transmitter is connected to an audio source and runs on a wall wart @ 12 v.d.c. It is intended to be used as a wireless speaker system to place speakers in a room without the need to run wires. Each speaker can be operated with a wall wart also..
I had them ~30′ apart and they worked rather well. I pondered the thought of adding an antenna to both receiver(s) and the transmitter to extend the range using a few of these..
I was going to gut them out and work with the receivers/amps and convert the level(s) for an input to an SStran. Add an antenna to the transmitter and see what happens.. (I think I have 2 sets somewhere around here..) 😉