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Easily Connect Wirelessly to your HDTV, Projector, or AV Receiver without Unsightly Cables

Atlona AT-LINKCASTAV LinkCast Wireless HD Audio/Video System

  • Wirelessly send HD audio video signals up to 40 feet without a HDMI cable or extender
  • Can connect up to five separate audio/video sources to one HDTV
  • Run your full 3D video system without signal loss or jumping
  • Wireless system will coexist with all your homes other wireless devices without interference
  • Use with almost any audio video device that has HDMI and USB ports

The Atlona¬†LinkCast¬†sends flawless HD video and digital audio wirelessly through walls, floors and doors so you can keep all your equipment out of sight for a clean, neat living room or home theater. This simple receiver and dongle kit is the perfect wireless solution for watching movies, viewing pictures, playing games, listening to music, or even browsing the internet from your laptop, desktop, or tablet using your HDTV’s big screen. With this system, you are able to connect up to 5 audio/video sources, with the purchase of additional LinkCast¬†Transmitters, (system comes with 1), to a single display across the room without the embarrassment of unsightly wires or the pain of having to pull wires through your walls or ceilings. This system is able to transmit wirelessly up to 40 feet to your HDTV or projector. With pass through of up to 1080p, 1600×1200, and even 3D capabilites, the LinkCast AV System ensures the best video experience without the hassle of wire management. Read more

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