Dayton Audio Sub-Link XR 2.4 GHz Wireless Audio Transmitter Receiver System for Subwoofers

Brand:| Model: Sub-Link XR
The Dayton Audio Sub-Link XR is a versatile audio transmitter system to use with subwoofer, surround speakers, second zone speakers, or feed TV audio to an amplifier, wirelessly.
  • Includes Transmitter, Receiver, and two USB power supplies with detachable cord
  • Compact size fits almost anywhere
  • Can be used for powered surround speakers
  • Optimized for use with subwoofers
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Weight: 0.8 lbs.  
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Dayton Audio Sub-Link XR 2.4 GHz Wireless Audio Transmitter Receiver System for Subwoofers

Installing a second audio zone or putting a subwoofer exactly where you want it can be a challenge if you can't run the proper cables. Renters and owners of finished homes may find in-wall cabling impossible.

The Dayton Audio Sub-Link™ Wireless Audio System solves wiring dilemmas, quickly and easily. Place your subwoofer in the location that provides optimal sound without worrying about a cable. Or, add a subwoofer to the rear of your listening space to spread out the low frequency effects of your favorite movies. Check the prices on long subwoofer cables, and you might find out that in addition to being more convenient, the Sub-Link is also more affordable!

For users hoping to add stereo zone capability to an existing A/V installation, the Dayton Audio Sub-Link Wireless Audio System extends the options and uses of your primary audio system. Use the Sub-Link to add powered speakers or passive speakers running off a local amplifier to your patio, pool area, or anywhere you'd like to enjoy music away from your primary A/V system. Connect the Sub-Link to your PC, TV, or streaming media player and send a signal to any stereo in the house.

Dayton Audio's Sub-Link Wireless Audio System includes one transmitter and one receiver, two 22" 3.5 mm stereo male to stereo male RCA adapter cables, two 22" 3.5 mm stereo male 3.5 mm to mono male RCA adapter cables, two 30" USB-A male to micro USB-B male charging cables, and two USB 5V DC, 2A power adapters.

Specifications: • Transmitter / Receiver operating voltage: 5V DC, 1A • RF frequency band: 2.404 to 2.467 GHz • Modulation: GFSK • Working distance: 12 meters (40 feet; unobstructed line-of-sight) • Transmitter power: ≤ 10 dBm • Transmitter input sensitivity: 700 mV @ 1% THD • Receiver sensitivity: -85 dBm • Frequency response: 15 to 20,000 Hz +1/-3 dB • Delay time: <25ms • THD+N: -60 dB @ 1 kHz.

Note: This product uses USB for power purposes only. This product does not connect to a computer for data purposes and will not act as a sound card for the transfer of audio.

Product Specifications
  • Special Features2.4 GHz RF Wireless
  • ConfigurationSubwoofer
  • ColorBlack
Dayton Audio Sub-Link XR 2.4 GHz Wireless Audio Transmitter Receiver System for Subwoofers
  • BrandDayton Audio
  • ModelSub-Link XR
  • Part Number300-580
  • UPC848791000089
  • Product CategoryWireless & Bluetooth Speakers
  • Unit of MeasureEA
  • Product Rating
    (13 Reviews)
  • Weight0.8 lbs.
  • California Prop 65

    Warning: California residents only. Please note per Proposition 65 that this product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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Dayton Audio Sub-Link XR 2.4 GHz Wireless Audio Transmitter Receiver System for Subwoofers
Dayton Audio Sub-Link XR 2.4 GHz Wireless Audio Transmitter Receiver System for Subwoofers is rated 4.8462 out of 5 by 13.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from simple install works greatBought the Dayton Audio sublinks to wirelessly connect my Velodyne subwoofer so I could move it around my living room. It only took about 5 minutes to hook up the receiver and transmitter. They worked right out of the box. Very pleased with the results and the price of the product.
Date published: 2014-03-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect solutionHave 2 amplifiers with speakers and subwoofers, one system upstairs and one downstairs. Have never been able to play them at the same time until now. I purchased 2 Sub-Link units and easily paired both receivers with one transmitter. The set-up works perfectly, even through the floor to a different room on a different level of my house. While I'm no audiophile, it sounds perfect to me. I called Parts Express prior to purchase to ask about my plans. The phone was answered immediately by a knowledgeable individual who advised me that I could return the units with no questions asked if it did not work out. Needless to say, I will be keeping the product.
Date published: 2014-02-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works very well for my intended use !I purchased this device so that I can install rear mounted speakers on myVirtual Theater Pipe Organ, as I could not run wires around our living room.This unit works great and allows me to have more natural Theater sound in our living room.
Date published: 2014-01-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome!!I am in an apartment and we all know how difficult wiring can be. Saw this wireless subwoofer transmitter and thought it was worth a shot and boy am I impressed! There is absolutely no lag in the bass response for any note. Transmits all the sound flawlessly.Those of you having issues with it, it transmits in 2.4ghz technology so if you have a wireless router in your home you might try and change the channel on your wireless router and that should fix any lag issues you may have.Excellent product, highly recommend!
Date published: 2013-11-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works as advertised!I needed a wireless solution for my subwoofer in the new house we moved into. This product works wonderfully. It seems a bit pricey to me, but it gets the job done reliably. I've had no connection issues at all.
Date published: 2013-10-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great gear for the priceThis unit works perfectly at around 35' of separation. It acts up when one of the units is set on the ground, but if you can avoid that then you will be more than happy with this piece of gear. It does exactly what it says it will do.
Date published: 2014-04-16

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Dayton Audio Sub-Link XR 2.4 GHz Wireless Audio Transmitter Receiver System for Subwoofers

Can multiple receivers be paired with one transmitter?

Asked by: ktg1
One transmitter can be used with multiple receivers. The receivers are not currently sold as a separate item though.
Answered by: Chrisf
Date published: 2014-01-14

I have speakers/receiver in one room and a turn-table/ mixer in an adjacent room, Can I send the audio from the turn-table room to speaker room with this? Also would it work in stereo or would I need to have 2 complete systems to achieve stereo? Thanks~

Asked by: JimmJack
Yes this is possible assuming the output of the turn table is line level and not phono. You will only need one set for stereo.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2014-04-16

How would you attenuate High level outputs to line level for satellites?

I have a 5.1 receiver but only have the Front right, center and front left wired. How could I connect the 100Watt/channel Rear channel speaker outputs to this transmitter?
Asked by: Dkruse
Your receiver has to have surround line level pre-outs in order for this to work for that application. You can always try a speaker to line level adapter which will convert a speaker output to line level output. You would need a 3.5mm to RCA cable to plug the adapter into the wireless transmitter. Keep in mind the surrounds will require their own power as well. Something like the DTA-1W might be a better choice. The adapter would still be required for this.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2013-03-15

Since this uses the 2.4 Ghz frequency, can it interfere with my 2.4 Ghz Wireless Router?

Asked by: Gracepreacher
Hello A,In short....Wireless companies lease frequencies given by the FCC which are separated by category and security level of the transmission.There are thousands of frequency bands within 2.4 GHz and its slim your router would be compromisedor visa verse.... (much too complex to explain,,, think encryption and priority verse your wireless sub playing Jonas brothers,,lol,,kidding,)Bad things can sometimes when one company's bands run very close to another causing frequency's to bump, drop-out and interfere, however rare today....Look on your modem's ID or SN label. by law the exact frequency number must be posted, compare it with Dayton's and go from there.Daytons Sub-Link XR frequency bands are : 2.404 to 2.467 GHz , numbers after 2.4 are what counts,EX:2.400 GHz is the Bandwidth2.404 GHz, 04 is the frequency band within...Hope all works out, call PE if more help is needed....
Answered by: salvatore J
Date published: 2013-08-07

How much delay is introduced?

I use a Rocketfish for this purpose now, and it introduces about 26ms delay. This means that the delay setting on my receiver needs to set to the actual distance from the speaker to the listening position plus about 24 feet. I assume that this is because the device converts analog to digital, transmits digitally and converts it back, which takes time for buffering, etc.With this device how many "feet" of distance will I need to add?
Asked by: aceinc
Hi ,,,Yes, the delay inherited from "transmission buffering".im not yet convinced its that much delay seeing it written as: < 25ms,,, not 25ms...I don't know what the < is or represents, and looking...Below is ms to ft conversion,23.02 ms is 26.01 feet24.02 ms is 27.14 feet25.02 ms is 28.27 feet26.02 ms is 29.40 feet27.02 ms is 30.53 feetback to ya....
Answered by: salvatore J
Date published: 2013-10-29

Fully wireless 5.1 setup possible?

Would it be conceivable that you could potentially employ enough of these devices to create a completely wireless 5.1 setup?
Asked by: TheGDog
Yes this would be possible however a 5.1 set of preouts would be necessary on the AVR in order to work.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2013-03-15

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