As homes and offices become denser with electronics, interference between devices becomes a growing concern.
Speakers don’t inherently interfere with Wi-Fi, but components in or around them might.
The primary sources of interference for Wi-Fi signals are devices operating on or near the 2.4GHz or 5GHz bands – the same frequencies most Wi-Fi networks use. While speakers themselves don’t operate on these frequencies, they have magnets and other electronic components that can generate electromagnetic fields, potentially causing interference.
Another overlooked aspect is the plethora of devices around speakers, like amplifiers, which can be the real culprits. Ensuring a clean setup, with quality wiring and proper spacing between devices, can often alleviate such issues.