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Sorry to hear you’re having trouble.
Being a very old model, this unit has no integrated wireless capabilities. Even most modern receivers do not.
However, there are some options to use it as a head unit, providing preamp/switching functions, and ultimately output signal to a transmitter that would then connect with wireless powered/active speakers or a wireless receiver/amplifier unit.
Is that something that would interest you?
If so, let me know a bit more about what you're wanting to accomplish (what you're listening to, where, distance, etc) and I'll be able to give you some options to consider.
A new receiver will have the same issues though - they're all designed to power wired speakers.But there are wireless transmitter options that are sometimes used for rear/surround (when wires can't be run) or outside.Would you like some help finding a new system?