Have a 1990 Technics stereo system set up in the bedroom. How to convert/adapt to wireless or bluetooth speakers to have spea

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Have 1990 Technics stereo system set up in the bedroom. How to convert/adapt to wireless wifi or bluetooth speakers; so can hear music in the living room. Including playing old records and cassettes and well as listening to radio stations. Is there a simple method for a novice? If so please give complete instructions/type of equipment needed. Have searched and everyone is looking to sell really expensive equipment like Sonus.
Thanks for any help that can be given.
 

thee_prisoner

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This device has a sender and receiver which will send a wireless signal. There is no need for wireless/powered speakers because it has a built in 2x30 watt amp in the kit. Which will be fine for bookshelf type speakers.
Link:http://www.rocketfishproducts.com/products/home-theater/RF-WHTIB.html

Also, a very fun and simple project is using your telephone landline wires.
Link:http://hacknmod.com/hack/diy-house-wide-music-phone-jack/

Happy listening, the Prisoner.

 

thee_prisoner

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This device has a sender and receiver which will send a wireless signal. There is no need for wireless/powered speakers because it has a built in 2x30 watt amp in the kit. Which will be fine for bookshelf type speakers.
Link:http://www.rocketfishproducts.com/products/home-theater/RF-WHTIB.html

Also, a very fun and simple project is using your telephone landline wires.
Link:http://hacknmod.com/hack/diy-house-wide-music-phone-jack/

Happy listening, the Prisoner.

 
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