Add another powered speaker to existing PA

Is it possible to add a powered speaker to a "house system" via the Stealth system? (ie, there's already an existing PA--mixer and speakers but I need another speaker)
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  • Hi Syd,

    Thanks for posting. Just to clarify, are you inquiring about the Stealth Wireless? If so, in theory, there is no limitation as to how many receivers can receive the signal. However, keep in mind that in general, the receivers should be kept a small distance away from each other - typically 1 to 2 feet would be sufficient.
     
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  • Hi Bill-
    Thanks for responding. Let me try to be a little more clear. What I mean is--when there is an existing PA system with wired speakers, is it possible to add extra speakers using the Stealth system? Thereby "mixing" the wired speakers with the wireless Stealth speakers.
    The house systems at some of the venues where I perform do not get adequate volume/coverage with just their (wired) speakers for the rooms.
    Using the Stealth system, I would like to add a speaker or two in order to increase coverage of the rooms. Just wondering if it is possible and/or safe for the system to do so. Thanks again.
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