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MISC WT50

Boston Acoustics WT50 Transmitter for Classic Series CPS Wireless Ready Subwoofers

MSRP: $79.00

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The WT50 is a 2.4GHz wireless transmitter designed to work with the Boston Classic Series CPS Wi line of powered subwoofers. It's the kind of innovative solution you expect from a Boston Acoustics. When a WT50 is combined with a CPS Wi subwoofer with its hidden 2.4GHz wireless receiver, great bass will be delivered - up to 50 feet away – without a traditional wire connection! This means you can tuck any power-packed CPS Wi subwoofer model wherever it will work best in your room.
SUMMARY
Brand: Misc
Summary: The WT50 is a 2.4GHz wireless transmitter designed to work with the Boston Classic Series CPS Wi line of powered subwoofers. It's the kind of innovative solution you expect from a Boston Acoustics. When a WT50 is combined with a CPS Wi subwoofer with its hidden 2.4GHz wireless receiver, great bass will be delivered - up to 50 feet away – without a traditional wire connection! This means you can tuck any power-packed CPS Wi subwoofer model wherever it will work best in your room.
Category: SUBWOOFER
Model: wt50
UPC: 690283478551
Description: Boston Acoustics WT50 Transmitter for Classic Series CPS Wireless Ready Subwoofers
Series: Standard
Color: Black
Retail: $79.00
FEATURES
Color: Black
SPECIFICATIONS
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Shipping Weight: (pounds)1.0
Shipping Height: (pounds)4.0
Shipping Width: (inches)5.0
Shipping Depth: (inches)7.0
Shipping Type: Non Freight
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