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900 mhz wireless speakers?

My name Is Ethan, Floor Manager @ Krystal Music .We are a full line music store here in Kentucky. In addition to floor sales and also tech service -we also do commercial installation P.A. Systems throughout the area. My purpose for contacting you is concerning a job thats came up us...A local restaurant wants a wireless speaker system installed so they can play "muzak" in their main dining area. I recommended to them the "Advent 900 MHZ wireless speaker system". But Now my main problem is that Everywhere I Look ..they have been discontinued.(Specifically -the AW820 model). Is the AW820 Model being discontinued? is there anything comparable?...And lastly ...is there Wholesale Direct Availability?
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Hi Ethan,

A Google turned out that the AR model AW871 amplified wireless speakers have replaced the AW820. Same specs – slightly different appearance.

Additionally, you may want to check out here for possible AW820.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

Thank you for using FixYa.

Posted on Mar 25, 2008

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