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Phonic WM-SYS4-863 Dual Mono Wireless Speaker Links?

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  • Phonic WM-SYS4-863 Dual Mono Wireless Speaker Links?

    Hey, anyone used one of these dual mono wireless speaker links? They seem to be blowing them out these days for $300 ...


    "We Have Met the Enemy and He is Us" - Walt Kelly​

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    It runs in the 863 MHz band which I guess is set aside for wireless in Europe but the old TV channel 79 here (still legal though?). MSRP was $800 and what reviews I saw on the 'net were favorable except for bitchin' about the older model which was 700 MHz and now illegal except for one channel out of the 16  .


    "We Have Met the Enemy and He is Us" - Walt Kelly​

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    • RoadRanger
      RoadRanger commented
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      There are two separate antennas for the two channels on the transmitter so that proves that each channel has it's own frequency. The box was marked as the "USA" model and the units are marked as 863-865 MHz (or 861-865 depending on which marking you believe ) . I've not found anything definitive about those frequencies being legal to use? In the EU and UK that band is reserved for wireless use but here it's:
      861.000 - 866.000 SMR Trunked System Business Base

      Anybody here have an opinion? 


    • dboomer
      dboomer commented
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      RoadRanger wrote:

      It runs in the 863 MHz band which I guess is set aside for wireless in Europe but the old TV channel 79 here (still legal though?).   .


      Not in the USA.  It's also illegal to sell here.

      Besides that it's probably not gonna work here  just in case you are thinking about being an outlaw



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