|Product Dimensions||13.21 x 8.38 x 2.79 cm; 907.18 Grams|
|Item Weight||907 g|
|Item Model Number||WHD-330-K|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||25 December 2020|
Wireless HDMI Transmitter & Receiver Extender by OREI - Upto 300 Feet - Long Range - Perfect for Streaming from Laptop, PC, Cable, Netflix, YouTube, PS4 to HDTV/Projector - IR Support - Low Latency
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- Extend Full 1080P Signal upto 330 Feet Wirelessly. Wireless Frequency Band 5G near no Interference. Perfect for extra TV around the House
- Only 0.3-1 second of Delay-Latency Time. This Device is not mean for real-time shooting or PC operation. Good for personal Home use.
- Support point to point wireless connection, Support:HDMI 480i 60HZ, 480p 60HZ, 576i 60HZ, 576 50HZ, 720p 50/60HZ, 1080i 50/60HZ, 1080P 50/60HZ
- Plug & Play Setup without any Software Installation. Full Band IR Return 30 ~ 60 Khz. Ability to Extend extra receivers (Sold Separately)
- Includes: 1 x Transmitter, 1 x Receiver, 2 x Power Adapter, 1x IR Emitter, 1x IR Receiver, 1 x User Manual. 1 Year OREI Manufacturer's Warranty, Extra Receivers Sold Separately
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Extend HDMI signal up to 300ft OREI Powerful HDMI wireless extender. This HDMI wireless extender includes transmitter unit and receiver unit and enables you to transmit and extend HDMI signal up to 100 meters wirelessly. We remastered it with strong anti-interference ability by running at 5G operation frequency. Enjoy your entertainment! Plug and play We made things super-easy for you by crafting a plug & play setup without any software installation. Supports up to 1080p signal extension. Supports point to point wireless connection Supports point to point wireless connection including: HDMI 480i 60HZ, 480p 60HZ, 576i 60HZ, 576 50HZ, 720p 50/60HZ, 1080i 50/60HZ, 1080P 50/60HZ. Only 0.3-0.5 second of delay-latency time! Note: 1) Transmission will not go through Wall. Direct Signal Only. 2) This Device is not meant for real-time gaming or PC operation. Perfect for streaming This HDMI wireless extender is ideal to stream content from Laptop, PC, Cable, Netflix, YouTube, PS4 to HDTV/Projector and it features IR Support with Full Band IR Return 30 ~ 60 Khz. It is really a very good solution for meeting, conference, home entertainment and multi-media education. This HDMI wireless extender includes transmitter unit and receiver unit, allows to transmit and extend HDMI signal up to 100 meters long away wirelessly, it has strong anti-interference ability by running at 5G operation frequency, Low Latency: 0.3 Sec and supports point to point connection. It is really a very good solution for meeting, conference, home entertainment and multi-media education etc. Note: 1) Transmission will not go through Wall. Direct Signal Only.
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After giving up on this unit I went to a local electronics retailer and bought the same kind of HDMI extender but from a different manufacturer. It didn't work either. For both units I tried everything. rebooting, tightening the cables, using different cables, repositioning, playing with the antennas, etc.
What worked was to disconnect the HDMI extenders, get out a 25' HDMI cable to directly connect the cable box to the TV. Then get the cable company to send a signal to reset my box. Then I could reconnect the HDMI extender and get through the rest of that evening. Only the next day it wouldn't be working again.
Well what did jerking around with the cable company have to do with some fault in the HDMI extender? I finally concluded - nothing.
The cable box has some kind of anti-piracy circuit that checks every day to see if any kind of transmitter is connected to their box stealing their signal. If it detects a transmitter it terminates the connection. Well I'm not stealing anything. I'm paying (way too much) for a reliable working connection to their cable service. Whether it's a traditional solid cable or a wireless radio transmitter is none of their business (in my opinion).
To solve this issue I used a "smart outlet" that shuts off the power to the HDMI device every night at 11:59pm, then turns it back on every day at 7:30pm. The ant-piracy check happens sometime after midnight, but if nothing is powered on, it doesn't cut the connection. If I want to watch TV sometime during the day, the "smart outlet" lets me turn it on from my easy chair using an app on my cell phone (it also works with Alexa).
This certainly isn't an ideal perfect outcome but I'm OK with it.
Main point is if you buy an HDMI extender and it doesn't work, please don't just automatically blame the HDMI device. Cable companies are not nice.