Probably could say a lot about this idea but the first two things off the top of my head:
1) people who want to pick the amp/receiver that powers their speakers won't go for this
2) it would have to perform FLAWLESSLY (picture any bug in the software, control app, wireless dropouts b/c someone turns on a microwave--yes my wifi drops in parts of the house when our m/wave gets turned on....). I also mention this as we have a Sonos system which is affected by various situations in which it becomes aggravating when it fails.
For our home theatre and costs to build/maintain it, this is 100% unacceptable.

Not trying to be negative, just critical thinking.


Edited by chesseroo (09/16/17 10:11 PM)
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