High quality, 100 watt plus, 5.1 kit to turn wired speakers into wireless.

Making the sub wireless is easy since it's self powered. Lots of gear to do that.
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/rocketfish-wireless-subwoofer-transmitter-receiver-kit-black/6965266.p?skuId=6965266
There are sort of wireless solutions for the rears but it only eliminates the long run. You still need wires from the speakers to the wireless receiver amp. There aren't usually near 100 watts either.
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/rocketfish-universal-wireless-rear-speaker-kit-black/8275528.p?skuId=8275528
http://www.klipsch.com/products/wa2-wireless-subwoofer-kit?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIz6qSiKHq2QIVVUsNCh3a3QjcEAQYBSABEgJDZvD_BwE
For the front three speakers you always run wires. Converting passive speakers still requires an amp/receiver for each channel. There might be delay problems too.
Basically if you need a wireless set up you can do Sonos or an HTS that is wireless. Won't sound as good as a wired setup or play as loud.
 
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Question from richarded1 : "Wireless speaker adapters"

Searching for high quality wireless 5.1 adapter kits to run my system on multiple rooms by turning my wired speakers into wireless. What choice do I have besides buying another system??
Thanks
 
Can you be little bit more specific what you are looking for.
- You have some wired speakers. How many, and how are they "wired"
- You're looking for "something" where you can connect these speakers, and do what?
- What is the source of your music? How you want it connected to that "something"?
 
Making the sub wireless is easy since it's self powered. Lots of gear to do that.
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/rocketfish-wireless-subwoofer-transmitter-receiver-kit-black/6965266.p?skuId=6965266
There are sort of wireless solutions for the rears but it only eliminates the long run. You still need wires from the speakers to the wireless receiver amp. There aren't usually near 100 watts either.
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/rocketfish-universal-wireless-rear-speaker-kit-black/8275528.p?skuId=8275528
http://www.klipsch.com/products/wa2-wireless-subwoofer-kit?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIz6qSiKHq2QIVVUsNCh3a3QjcEAQYBSABEgJDZvD_BwE
For the front three speakers you always run wires. Converting passive speakers still requires an amp/receiver for each channel. There might be delay problems too.
Basically if you need a wireless set up you can do Sonos or an HTS that is wireless. Won't sound as good as a wired setup or play as loud.
 
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