Wireless broadcast

Discussion in 'Computer Hardware' started by xsound, Sep 9, 2021.

  1. xsound

    xsound Noisemaker

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    Hello folks!

    I guess this might be a little untypical topic, and I have already searched some options but maybe here I find actualy users who could help a bit :)

    What it is about? Well, we would like to build some kind of setup where around 30 wireless headphones could play all together in the same time what is being played on PC (with big tv as monitor). They should be working just fine within 30 meters from the transmitter/source. I found some silent disco setups that works via FM, also found these TR2403 receivers from 'avantree', that works via 2.4G technology but im afraid the only option is to connect headsets via cable 3.5 jack to the receiver. And ideally I would like the setup without cables from headphones. Some are saying I would need 1 receiver for 2 headphones, some are saying 1 for 8 headphones, but the more the lower the signal quality.. I'm lost. On the website there are info, on the youtube comments company says other things :D

    Anyone had experience ever with such thing?
     
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  3. BEAT16

    BEAT16 Audiosexual

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    With the Audiplex 2403s, you and your family can enjoy an outdoor movie party or a silent concert without disturbing the neighbors; the 2403s wireless kit allows you to have multiple headphones connected to one audio source, and even though it comes with three receivers already, it is scalable. You can add up to 100 receivers to the same transmitter.https://avantree.com/audiplex-2403s-wireless-transmitter-receiver-set
     
  4. xsound

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    Nice, that is what I found also. But I'm curious, do you need receivers to be connected via cable to headphones? Or can be headphones paired with receivers via bluetooth?
     
  5. BEAT16

    BEAT16 Audiosexual

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    Sorry, I don't have a clue about it, but write an email to the manufacturer and describe your problem.

    Lightweight and Easy to Use

    Each dongle in the 2403s set comes with a removable clip that can be used to “clip” the dongle onto your shirt or belt, so that you won’t drop them easily when you move. They also feature intuitive user-interface with easily accessible buttons for pairing, volume control, as well as status indicators that are easy to use & understand.

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    Mmm... the only freely portable wireless headphones are the Bluetooth ones. But they lack bandwidth/power enough for so many receivers and that range. That 30m range is pretty much the limit or more, the number of receivers with Bluetooth uses to be until 8.

    So yeah you're stuck with WiFi receivers, I don't know much about sound via WiFi (I'm assuming is WiFi-based given the frequency)
     
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