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No More Wires Mess – RF Transmission of your HDMI Signal Ensures a Clean Installation

Calrad 40-1097 Home Theater Wireless HDMI Video Transmitter and Receiver System

 

 

Forget about running your unsightly HDMI cables in, through, around or on your walls. The Calrad 40-1097 Home Theater Wireless HDMI Video Transmitter and Receiver System delivers a plug-and-play method of extending HD audio/video wirelessly up to 30 meters (100 feet), with a perfect replication of high definition (HD) video and full digital and analog audio. Featuring a performance unimpeded by line-of-sight operations, source signals are capable of transmitting through walls to accommodate multiple room installations. Wireless transmission speeds are achieved up to 300 Mbps, supporting even the most stringent demands of HD video.

Simply connect the transmitter device to any HDMI source, such as a Blu-ray player, A/V receiver, STB or even a PC, and users can now transmit uninterrupted HDMI signals wirelessly and view it on the display that has the receiver connected to it. Now you can place your HD component behind a cabinet, in a closet or in another room and mount your display right where you want it, without having to worry about available cable jacks, outlets, or wired connections. A built-in IR repeater system with the included IR receiver and IR emitter even allows you to control your source component remotely.

To connect multiple source components, consider using an HDMI 4-In, 1-Out Switcher and then connect the output of that switcher to the Wireless HDMI Transmitter. Read more

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