Bose once again lends their expertise in all things sound to a wireless system that is truly different and a cut above the rest, but at a premium (as is the standard for all things Bose). The SL2 Wireless Link makes the RocketFish kit look like child’s play, but it does cost twice as much.
The speaker uses the 5.8 GHz frequency, which as wireless network aficionados can tell you, means that the connection is much more likely to be steady and reliable than at a lower GHz range. At this kind of range, things like cell phones, microwaves, or other electronics won’t interfere with your sound.
The receiver for the speakers once again doesn’t come with the actual speaker itself. It comes with the connection to just make your current speakers wireless. The install is quick, painless, and color-coordinated. You’ll find that hooking up this little receiver is a whole lot easier than trying to connect the whole audio system if you’re among the uninitiated.
I usually don’t advocate wireless systems because of a loss in fidelity, but for $220, you can get this Bose Wireless speaker kit and still be satisfied with your sound. Of course, this pairs beautifully with a Bose system; for those of us that don’t have $3000 to throw around, you can stick with your current receiver and still manage to get great sound.