Neosonik announces all-digital wireless home theater system

San Francisco-based Neosonik has announced what it claims to be the world's first fully digital wireless home theater system, with the gear set to make its official debut at CES next month. The core of the system is the wireless A/V controller (above), which will accommodate a variety of analog and digital A/V sources (including HDMI) and transmit 'em wirelessly at speeds up to 60 Mbps to the video receiver connected to your TV (check it out after the break) or, in the case of audio signals, to the digital wireless speakers that Neosonik's offering alongside the other gear. Supposedly, you'll get up to 200 feet of range from the system, even through walls, letting you pump sweet HD signals to multiple rooms in your house. Of course, none of this comes cheap, with prices expected to come in between $6,000 and $15,000 depending on the setup you go for.