JL Audio intros Wireless Audio Transmitter and Receiver

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Miramar, FL—May 21, 2015—JL Audio, known for producing some of the finest audio systems in the mobile, marine, and home audio markets, has introduced JLINK™, a wireless, high fidelity audio transmitter and receiver kit for home audio systems featuring state-of-the-art, bit-perfect PCM stereo digital, wireless signal transmission.

 The JLINK™ TRX system broadcasts at an ultra-high frequency of 2.4 GHz to deliver crystal clear audio signals up to 100 feet away (30 meters), providing the option to send pure, high-fidelity sound to powered loudspeakers without the hassle of routing and hiding signal cables.

The JLINK™ TRX kit includes one transmitter and one receiver. Additional receivers can be purchased separately, since the JLINK™ transmitter can connect to up to (4) receivers, with the ability to use (3) receivers concurrently. Each module is extremely compact, measuring 3.5 in x 3.5 in x 1.12 in, making it easy to hide the JLINK™ out of sight and to position a source unit or outlying amplifier or loudspeakers (subwoofer or full-range,) almost anywhere you like.

Each JLINK™ module features a pair of RCA-type connections, making the wireless audio kit compatible with most audio equipment. The receiver module also features an RJ45 port, allowing for direct connection to the new Dominion™ powered home subwoofers and other compatible JL Audio products. 

Suggested Retail Prices:

JLINK™ TRX Transmitter/Receiver Kit      USD: $199.99

JLINK™ RX Add-On Receiver                  USD: $  99.99

About JL Audio

Founded in 1975 in Miramar, Florida, JL Audio is a privately held American company manufacturing high-end audio solutions for the home, mobile and marine audio markets. JL Audio products are sold exclusively by specialty retailers throughout the U.S.A. and are distributed in seventy-two countries around the world.  Recipient of numerous awards and accolades, JL Audio loudspeakers, amplifiers and subwoofers have been awarded fourteen U.S. patents for innovative audio technology.


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