So can you have one speaker in one room, and the other in a second room with decent volume and sound quality in both?
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You can't because they are linked together by a 10ft power cable. Im guessing that isn't long enough.
- Answered by Oscar J from Watchung
- Jun 18, 2013
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No, you can't separate these speakers as they are like a traditional 2.0 computer speaker with a power link cable connecting them to each other. The manufacturer recently has upgraded this cable length to just under 10ft so you can use this speaker in your TV room instead of a speaker bar and given that the remote is wireless, you have total control.
- Answered by Gord G from Barrie
- Mar 14, 2013
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how do I use speakers like this to provide sound in a room with seperation of the speakers
- Asked by Becky T from Fort St John
- Jan 3, 2010
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How do they sound when listening a bit far from the speakers or across the room?
- Asked by Jose H R Murta M from Belo Horizonte
- Dec 31, 2012
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