Thanks to the gadget sieve known as the FCC, we just picked up the mugshots from Panasonic's new wireless sound system known as SH-FX85. The device is meant to extend the audio from and of Panny's DVD Home Theater Systems supporting the SH-FX85T wireless transmitter. So much like Philips' Streamium lineup of whole home audio systems, up to two of SH-FX85 systems can be used to distribute audio in rooms to 30-meters away from your home theater. These boxes not only pump 130 Watts of RMS stereo audio wirelessly, like any good room system these days they also include what Panny calls a "Music Port" terminal (a standard 3.5-mm jack) for feeding music off your MP3 player or other audio device. They also features an "Option V.1" terminal which looks to be a standard USB jack for connecting an optional Universal Dock (Apples?) for direct-iPod playback. The frequency listed is 2.4GHz which could be 802.11b/g... or not. Let's hope so 'cause we like to stream audio around the Engadget Mansion without costly, proprietary gear.