Wireless Home Entertainment System

Would you like to enjoy the ambiance of a home entertainment system, but don’t have wireless? No problem. Dealing with wires and older technology while setting up a sound system can be a headache, but the Rocketfish RF receiver is constructed with wireless technology to allow users to enjoy your audio around the house without the need for tangled wires. Let me tell you more about it.

The Rocketfish RF RBREC receiver is constructed with an AC power cord to allow simple connection to a variety of outlets and also includes two 3-inch speaker cables to allow for traditional hookup if necessary. This two-channel receiver setup is constructed in order to provide compatibility with most stereo L/R analog input speakers and is designed to connect to a home theater system wirelessly.

Say you already own a home theater system? The Rocketfish RF-RBREC receiver will solve your wiring problems. It’s a two-channel receiver setup that connects to a theater system wirelessly. The stereo receiver has an output power of 42 Watts, and is designed to provide compatibility with most stereo L/R analog input speakers. I am selling two units for the price of one. They are used but show very little wear.


Product Information
Brand: Rocketfish
Model: RBREC
Family Line: RF
Product Type: Stereo Receivers
Key Features
Channels 2
Output Power 42 Watt
Amplifier Output Details 42 Watt – 4 Ohm – 2 channel(s) ( main )
Sound Output Type DTS
Receiver Tuner Type Digital

Technical Features
Power Consumption Operational 30 Watt

Remote Control Type Remote control
Bass Control Yes

Height 2.52 in.
Width 8.9 in.




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