Hi,[QUOTE=rocks911;1936628]$$$$ is not really an issue, I want something that will be dependable.[/QUOTE]Then use the cable solution as decribed by Cressida. Nothing is more reliable. And nothing is cheaper. And nothing has less quality loss, especially since you seem to have high quality stereo equipment.
Basically there are two ways to transmit audio without cables:
[list=1.][li]Network - then you need a wireless network card, some transmitting or server software and a unit connected to your stereo that reencodes the audio stream that was transferred via the wireless network (which is a small computer basically).[/li]
[li]FM transmitters: These are sold as a pair of two units. One is connected to the audio outputs of your soundcard, the other one to the inputs of your stereo. In fact, the cable from above is replaced by a FM radio sender-receiver combination. Apart from the inability of tranmitting the full frequency range, you may also be able to receive the vacuum cleaner of your neighbour or similar [/li][/list]