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This worked perfectly for me. I had previously used a Nyrius device to stream live from my Sony camera to a projector, but the new Sony cameras don't play nice with the Nyrius device that I usually use. I purchased this because it promised to support 1080p60. Well, it doesn't exactly, you still have to use 1080i. It works with 60i, 24p, and probably 30p as well, but I didn't try 30p. Most people won't know or care what that means and it wasn't an issue for me. I was able to stream live video across a crowded dance floor to a projector, no problem. There is about half a second of lag between the camera and projector. This is because this box recompresses the video as h.264. It's unfortunate (the Nyrius had almost no delay) but not a deal-breaker for me. The compression is also visible if you are viewing on a good screen. At home I could see that the picture looks a little "muddy" due to being recompressed, but on the projector screen at the event which was above people's heads, it looked great, so it depends on your usage. If you love pristine, clean images on your 60" QLED TV at home, get something else. If you have a projector or smaller screen, it should be fine. I attached a 5v battery power supply and strapped this to my camera, not as elegant or small as the Nyrius, but it worked well and has a large antenna. It's about the size of a small WiFi router, but lighter.
I bought this because I needed to have my TV on the opposite side of the room from the cable Jack and didn't feel like running 30 feet of cable around the room and it works perfectly. I have it connected to my cable box and nicely hidden away under my bed and i have no problem watching tv. The remote works exactly the same as if it was plugged directly in to the tv. I really don't notice any difference in the picture quality. Also, I don't have a huge distance or any walls blocking it so I cant attest to that, but if you're looking to do what I have done don't hesitate to buy. It's totally worth it.
I took a gamble knowing that it may or may not work with metal or walls in the way. I figured it's only 30ft it probably will be fine. It did not work and I'm stuck with this now as I can't return it. I'm using the ethernet to hdmi modules and those work great although a lot more work vs this wireless system. I have 2 wireless cams from Lorex 400ft away in the same warehouse and they work flawlessly. They should license whatever tech they're using for these extenders.
I wanted to use a couple of these to clean up my PVRs and their connection to my TVs. I currently don’t have an Ethernet jack available close to the tv, so I’m stuck putting my PVRs close to the jacks and running a cable mess to my TV. After a painful setup process on both of these, I found that they worked “ok” for standard definition channels, but didn’t work at all for HD. Ghosting, lagging, fuzzy, drop outs, every quality issue you could imagine, and the transmitter/receiver were about 20 feet apart in direct line of sight. I also never managed to get the IR blaster to work... not sure if this is specific to my PVR. Unfortunately I didn’t get around to setting these up as soon as I got them and my return window is gone... $300 book ends now.
El producto es muy bueno, pero no tiene 5 estrellas por que cada que caminamos por el espacio-aire donde circula la señal, se corta por algunos segundos ... además se calientan muchísimo y no tienen un botón de encendido-apagado, por lo que todo el tiempo se mantiene encendido, optamos por un multicontacto que enciende los aparatos cuando se enciende el master (TV o fuente de datos). Fuera de estos detalles la verdad es muy práctico contar con estos aparatos para compartir la señal de algún aparato sin hacer gran relajo.
I thought it was a perfect solution for a ceiling hung projector in a classroom but I was wrong. Two stars because when it works it works well and picture is good. Problem is the receiver and transmitter lose each other and you must unplub the receiver, wait and plug it back in. This would be fine in a living room where you can just walk over and unplug but the outlet for the projector and receiver are in a ceiling space so it requires effort. By the way the antennas are line of sight, Distande is 17 feet with no obstructions or other electrical interference.
I left 3 stars because sometime, they are some issues with pairing. However after a fews seconds, it come back. Also, IR remote does not work. Beside that, quality of sound is not optimal but for a kitcheen or bedroom TV, it is perfect. The antenna are 25ft away with a few furnitures in the line of sight. Depending of what you are your needs, it can be a very good product are a bad one. In my case, perfect when cooking and regarding the news at the same time.
My aim was to simultaneously transmit a signal from a satellite receiver to a 40 in Samsung TV and 22 in Phillips TV. To achieve this I purchased an ESYNIC HDMI Splitter 1 In 2 Out HDMI Amplifier Switch Repeater 1080P HDMI to HDMI.
I ran one HDMI cable from the satellite receiver to the HDMI switch. I then ran one HDMI cable from the HDMI switch to the Samsung TV and a separate HDMI cable from the HDMI switch to the transmitter box of the IOGEAR GWHDKIT11 Wireless HDMI TV Connection Kit. In the second room, I ran an HDMI cable from the receiver box of the IOGEAR GWHDKIT11 Wireless HDMI TV Connection Kit to the Phillips TV.
The set-up did not work until I applied power to the HDMI Splitter even though the enclosed instructions indicated it should not be needed considering the length of HDMI cables I used. Also, the audio on the Samsung and the Phillips are not in synch when both units are on at the same time – the Phillips lags the Samsung. Not an insurmountable problem as I can either close a door or mute the Phillips.
Overall the hardware does what I wanted and I am happy with the results.
We bought this system to transmit video from one room into another (an overflow room). The system worked great, until people started filling up the room. We tried 3 times, and every time it worked flawlessly until ~ 10 or so people arrived. Not sure if it was their cell phones (no transmitter frequency listed for this unit) or just the bodies themselves were absorbing the signal.
This would be fine if you're using it at home, but not in an office setting.
Range is super short. Takes in a lot of interference. But when you have it working, its still not very good. There's a VERY noticeable delay. Half second maybe a bit more. If you're just streaming it doesn't really matter since the audio and video would stream together at the same delay it would generally play well enough to not notice it. But if you try and use it with a mouse its awful. It feels like being remoted into someone else's computer. The delay is strong and kinda blurry when windows move. Will def give you a headache after awhile.
Not worth the price considering the range is pretty garbage....an hdmi cable would do for where this can reach really.