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NO to? Studio Monitors
Old 9th April 2019
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NO to?

I'm experimenting with Alto Bluetooth "TOTAL", a wireless XLR blue tooth receiver. I've connected one to each of my Focal SM9 monitors. As expected, the sound quality is not the best. Limited frequency range, and all the other issues associated with bluetooth. Bluetooth works fine in many contexts, but not for audiophile sound reproduction.

Before I go the laborious route--cables--does anyone know of an XLR balanced wi-fi, full frequency range alternative to the ALTOs?
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