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I have a AVDRA-35 receiver. Can I set up wireless speakers

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I have a AVDRA-35 receiver.
Can I set up wireless speakers to this older unit?
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Home Theater-Stereo
Expert:  Nathan replied 2 years ago.

Hello, I’m Nathan, and I’ll be assisting you today. My livelihood depends on your positive feedback, so your satisfaction is my highest priority.

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?

Expert:  Nathan replied 2 years ago.

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.

Customer: replied 2 years ago.
Thanks for your response
I will probably end up buying a newer unit.
This one is out dated anyway
Expert:  Nathan replied 2 years ago.

You're welcome.

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?