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Have wireless router now. Need adapter for old hard wired computer speakers. Have new Win 7 laptop now, all wireless. Want to play music over old hard wired computer system speakers. Don't want to buy new wireless speaker system. There must be some reasonalbly priced wireless adapter. Please help. Thank you..
You can't use a wireless adapter like one you connect to a laptop or PC. Simple reason is that your speakers don't have an Operating System that can translate the wireless signal.
The easiest way (and I don't know what you call "reasonable priced") is to use Airport Express from Apple. A nice how-to can be found here. You can get them used for about 50$.
Another option is to use Sony HomeShare Wi-Fi Network Speakers - they cost about the same. Example here and a little how-to here.
Hope this helps - let me know if you have any questions.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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any wireless router will be ok, they are all the same standard normally 802.11G, but if your adapter is 54MBPS go for a 54G router, or if 108MBPS, go for the faster router.
Posted on Oct 02, 2007
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Posted on Aug 13, 2008
i cant tell you too much because i dnt know too much about your situation but try completely resseting everything and try sending something again
if its allwireless c if you can pick up the wireless points if you cant there's your problem
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
It all depends. Signals change often. Hard wire you alaways have a 100% signal. Wireless could change. For you it seems wireless is hassel free but signal wise i would go hard wire cause then you have full connection
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
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