Dynaudio sell wireless speakers. They're not Bluetooth (though some models can 
do it) and they're not wifi, there is a transmitter box you connect your 
sources to (optical, stereo analogue, USB). Each speaker is set as left or 
right, and is mains powered. They're not cheap. I have two pairs of Xeo 3, an 
older model, and they sound fantastic but then they should for the price.

-- 
Owen Smith <owen.sm...@cantab.net>
Cambridge, UK

> On 4 Sep 2021, at 21:37, Geoff <g...@startmail.com> wrote:
> 
> ´╗┐Hi,
> 
>> On Sunday, September 5, 2021 at 5:58 AM, Budge <aje...@errichel.co.uk> wrote:
>> 
>> There is power available at all the locations where a speaker might be
>> placed but absolutely no way any cables can be trailed between
>> speakers.  In other words I need a wireless system with in-built
>> amplifiers.  I am assuming Bluetooth but could use wifi. The problem as
>> I see it is that I only want one channel at each speaker.
> 
> I can't help with your audio problem, but just wanted to point out that 
> powerline
> ethernet adapters are also an option. I've used them before in areas where I 
> couldn't
> run a cable & they work very well.
> 
> Cheers,
> 
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