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I've got plenty of great active speakers that I would like to connect to my sound sources wirelessly. HD Control Center (without speakers) seems like a nice solution. However, I do need a WiSA receiver and DAC for each speaker. But these are not easy to come by. Found only one: http://www.summitwireless.com/summit-pro-audio-rx.html, which is actually just an eval platform. My questions are: Will the HD Control Center work with any other WiSA receiver? What receivers are available?
Started out with bookend speakers and was experiencing heavy base on them so much so it was hard to hear the voices. Contacted Klipsch and they told me to upgrade to the new firmware this was done. Still had the heavy base I mean it was not enjoyable and again contacted Klipsch and they responded ; the bookend speakers were carrying all the bass and were being overwhelmed I might want to add the bass or sub woofer. So I added the sound bar (hopefully for more base dispersion) and the sub-woofer. After adding and setting up the sub woofer and soundbar, the bookend and soundbar were still carrying the majority of the bass and only when intense explosions (sounds) are generated by the source does the bass come over the sub-woofers. So much so it is just crazy loud. Is there no way to balance speech with loud generating bass sounds like explosions, earthquakes, etc. Tried the limited adjustments in the menus area but to no avail. Am I missing something or does the sound system; Hub, bookend speakers, soundbar and sub woofer, need an equalizer? Love the idea WISA is venturing into just hope can get some level of balance.
Purchased the bookend speakers, sound bar, hub and sub woofer setup was a breeze unfortunately the bass unit can not be heard even after updating the firmware with the bass upgrade or fix. Secondly can not program my Tivo remote to turn on and off my Hub its a 2 stage process every time; 1) turn tivo which turns on the Samsung flat screen 2) Turn on the Klipsch WISA Hub . Secondly there is an annoying delay between the time you turn on the hub and the speakers begin to produce sound, assuming the hub has to pair with the speakers each time it is powered on/off. Another annoying problem one of the speakers LED lights and sound is lost from time to time. And finally drop outs are really annoying as well, occurs intermediately. Anyone have solutions for these pet peeves.
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