Getting music from A to B wirelessly has just become a little easier, thanks to the i2i Stream. Connect one Stream to any audio device with a 3.5mm output jack, connect another your headphones, speakers or stereo, and your music just flows from one to the other. Makers Aerielle reckons the 2.4GHz link warrants the label "HD …
"it doesn't compress the signal in any way"
What exactly does that mean in this context? They're taking an analogue signal from a copper wire and transmitting it as a digital signal over the ether (a particularly busy part of the ether at that). At some point they are going from analogue to digital and back again ... unless they (or you) tell us what that A to D stage is and how reliable that (proprietary?) wireless link is then the rest is meaningless. They could sample the analogue and transmit it at 100 bps if they liked ... it would sound like absolute toss but they could still quite honestly say "it doesn't compress the signal in any way".
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