A simple way to wirelessly connect an HDMI device to two displays
• Wirelessly transmit HDMI signal up to 100ft • Supports up to 1080p resolution • One transmitter and two receivers • Plug and Play−no driver required
(1) HDMI Female, (1) USB Micro-B Female
(1) HDMI Female, (1) USB Micro-B Female
Always start a meeting or class on time with the Wireless A/V for HDMI devices kit. This plug and play system allows A/V signals from a laptop, tablet, or Blu-ray player to wirelessly connect to two HDMI projectors or HDTVs located up to 100 feet away.
Straightforward install There is no need for cables to be run under the floor, through the ceiling, or up a wall. Mount the receivers near the displays and the transmitter near the presenter, then make the connections for HDMI and power on both the transmitter and receivers. This do-it-yourself solution includes all the components required for the setup and does not require an experienced A/V installer. Just plug an HDMI cable into your laptop from the transmitter, and you are ready to present. This kit offers true plug and play operation, allowing any presenter to step up and start a meeting with no lost time. There is no software to install or update, so there is no need to request permissions from IT or wait for drivers to download.
Effortless huddle space connectivity Just bring your own device to the huddle space and plug in. This simple, one connection solution allows for quick transition from one user to another – encouraging productivity, inspiration, and teamwork while presenting ideas. Any room can be retrofitted to be a huddle space, as the secure wireless transmission of A/V signal does not require new cables or existing cable infrastructure.
De-cluttered conference room Set up a conference room without limitations using this wireless system. The displays do not have to be limited to where wire runs have been located. Place displays anywhere within 100 feet of the transmitter to achieve the optimal setup for any conference room.
Trouble free classroom setup Setting up A/V equipment in a classroom often requires running cables in wall or plenum space, this type of install requires specially rated cables and professional installation. With the Wireless AV for HDMI solution there is no need to run these costly wires. The straightforward installation takes almost no time to setup and the simplified operation ensures all staff members can use it without training.
Note: The transmitter and receivers do not require line-of-sight to function. However to achieve the 100ft maximum range, reduce or eliminate the number of obstacles between the transmitter and receivers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Rural Pastor from Glitches with connectionThis was going to be the right answer for us, but it has some odd behaviors, like turning on the screens and trying to connect all the time. In addition, it is slow to connect. I am a pastor traveling between three churches and was hoping for a smoother transition - to be able to connect my laptop and be good to go. Once connected - sometimes a 3 minutes process - things seem to run smoothly. But I have to disconnect the receivers to keep the TV screens from turning back on. Defeats the purpose of the wireless connection. Fortunately I don't have to get on a ladder to do this.
Date published: 2021-04-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by CAD Services, LLC from Wireless Stage monitors applicationThis is great for a dual stage monitor in a drama application, it allows us to position to LCD TV's just off stage and send to same HDMI video to both units. The wireless Video is stable and using the USB power on each TV keeps the 120Vac power cords to a minimum. We use the same devices with just one Receiver to send video from one floor down to the other.
Date published: 2020-02-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by Two Dogs from Wireless A/V for HDMI - 2 receiversEasy to setup. Works as described in the documentation. Mostly works very well. Every so often it loses the connection. Even though it has (so far) recovered on its own, it's a little irritating when watching a move. Pretty good. Could be a little better. It's certainly better than fooling with long HDMI cables. No trippng hazard. Yea!
Date published: 2020-07-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by City of Louisville from Loved it!Worked perfectly. Super easy set up even for the layperson. No programing required and worked right out of the box.