Extra Value 200Mbps Pass-through Powerline Adapter - Twin Pack, EBuyer £44.98 Plus P&P - HotUKDeals
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This homeplug twin pack with PLC passthrough product for transmitting data up to 200Mbps across the household power line, and every power socket becomes a connection, which is suitable for use in a wide range of both residential (in-home) and commercial (offices, apartments, hotels, warehouses) network applications. No cables, no drilling. These adapters enable the effortless creation of a high-speed network that supports video, voice and data.
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#1
I just bought mine 2 days ago, Should I cancel..?
#2
Thanks, not a bad price at all.
1 Like #3
I got mine a week ago as well as a pair of Zyzel £100 jobbies and these are the NUTS! no lag on steaming, works great with all my DLNA kit.

The Zyzel's are going back!!!!!
#4
Can highly recommend as well, plug in and go, no messing around.
#5
They had a sale on similar ones to this last month for 37 quid after delivery so this isnt quite as good. Think I'll hold out a bit longer for some more as these will no doubt keep getting cheaper as the internet gets better and better
#6
I personally will not recommend buying them. It's not even branded (Extra Value?). You can get a decent pair for around £60. If you are willing to spend more, go for the 1Gbps ones (not many choices yet through).
#7
A good piece of kit..if you are going to pay for shipping anyway you may aswell add items to make £50 and get 5 day free shipping - usually arrives before day 5!
#8
Are these better than wireless bridges, that can be picked up cheaper. Any advice would be appreciated.
2 Likes #9
hunter0405
I personally will not recommend buying them. It's not even branded (Extra Value?). You can get a decent pair for around £60. If you are willing to spend more, go for the 1Gbps ones (not many choices yet through).


What has branding got to do with anything, dont be a brand ****.
#10
I got a couple of sets of these a few weeks ago and they deserve the praise and excellent reviews they've had. They stay cool and connect without a hitch. Performance has been flawless so far. I have one by my dest to link into my router, another in the bedroom for my 2nd Xbox 360, another i use whereever for my laptop when working from home and i wll be setting up the 4th in the garage when i finish sorting it out as it will be my home office when sorted.

They are excellent.
#11
ryouga
hunter0405
I personally will not recommend buying them. It's not even branded (Extra Value?). You can get a decent pair for around £60. If you are willing to spend more, go for the 1Gbps ones (not many choices yet through).


What has branding got to do with anything, dont be a brand ****.


I usually don't really care what brand things are, but anything to do with networking I would recommend a well-known brand due to stability and product support
#12
Does anybody know if these are compatible with Devolo homeplug adapters?

I can buy four of these for about the same price as two extra Devolo's, so I'm tempted.
#13
Boy do PLA,s cause massive interference to radio receiving equipment. Banned in some Countries!.
#14
Other people have had success mixing and matching; I never did, even at a modest 85Mbps, and even between homeplugs of the same brand bought a few months apart. (Wiring in excellent condition, and I do know what I'm doing)

So personally, I wouldn't chance it again: I'd get the same brand from the same supplier and accept I had a couple left over.

For the record I've had several expensive(ish) homeplug enabled hubs and routers go pop - very poor.
#15
Sorry meant to say *Zyxel* homeplug hubs and routers go pop. Not the cheapest so disappointing.
#16
For £1 more you can get "TP-Link TL-PA201 Starter Kit 200Mbps Powerline Ethernet Adapter Twin Pack" from Amazon.

I got this pack at Christmas and it works really well.
#17
Does anyone know realistically what bandwidth you get on these?
#18
Ive got these (2 pairs) they are superb... paid £50 per pair about 9 months ago.

Highly recommend. The passthrough feature is a huge bonus too.
#19
disciple
Does anyone know realistically what bandwidth you get on these?

Certainly 35+ Mbs download.
#20
I think these actually work with Zyxel 200mbs PLA400/401's? Anyone confirm or not?
#21
thanks op
#22
Would these work with Virgin Broadband and also do they work as well plugged into a 4 way extension cable?
Cheers
#23
There will likely be a speed reduction when plugging in to an extension cable, but they should work. Given that they are passthrough adapters, it would make more sense to plug one directly into the wall socket, and plug the extension cable into the adapter.
#24
Same price for same product from TPLink on Amazon, and always has been!

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B002H0Y9G2/ref=oss_product

free delivery too!
#25
hunter0405
ryouga
hunter0405
I personally will not recommend buying them. It's not even branded (Extra Value?). You can get a decent pair for around £60. If you are willing to spend more, go for the 1Gbps ones (not many choices yet through).


What has branding got to do with anything, dont be a brand ****.


I usually don't really care what brand things are, but anything to do with networking I would recommend a well-known brand due to stability and product support


I have a pair of Extra Value 85mbps homeplugs and they've work perfectly for almost 2 years now.

Bought a pair of Belkin 200mbps homeplugs the other day and they don't see each other. So I'm back to using the cheap Extra Value set.

Also it's only worth getting the 1Gbps sets if you have a Gigabit router and devices, if not 200mps is more than adequate for a 100Base-T setup.

Edited By: thecresta on Jan 01, 2011 19:13
#26
I prefer these for an extra tenner or so, delivered:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/D-Link-DHP-307AV-PowerLine-Homeplug-Network/dp/B003L78F6U/

Not pass-through, but that's no issue for me.
#27
#28
dooogiee
Same price for same product from TPLink on Amazon, and always has been!

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B002H0Y9G2/ref=oss_product


free delivery too!
No pass-through on these though..
#29
Just to add, I bought a pair of what look like the same adapters in this deal from Amazon a few months ago to stream HD content from my desktop PC to my Xbox 360 and they've worked flawlessly.

Only thing to note is that, as you can see from the pic, they are quite bulky and if you have low mounted wall sockets they may not fit. Due to this the adaptor next to my PC is connected via an extension strip along with the PC connections, which causes nasty interference on the powered PC speakers (but still works fine).

Edited By: PhiL_P on Jan 01, 2011 20:16
#30
Newbold
I prefer these for an extra tenner or so, delivered:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/D-Link-DHP-307AV-PowerLine-Homeplug-Network/dp/B003L78F6U/


Not pass-through, but that's no issue for me.


I'm liking the look of these ones too...

At least you have a chance of getting firmware updates in the future if there are problems.
#31
simmonds31
Would these work with Virgin Broadband and also do they work as well plugged into a 4 way extension cable?
Cheers


Yes, I bought a pair of these for my sister, networking a Sony internet TV through Virgin broadband; the one next to the router is plugged into a 4 way extension and it works great.


Edited By: graham2k8 on Jan 01, 2011 20:46
#32
sounds great and reviews are good
banned#33
Hi,

Does anybody know if it will work with Devolo dLAN product? I want to increase the ports for other equipments.
#34
Can confirm they work Great, got a pair of these and run xbox live over it, never had a problem.
#35
Can you explain when you say no "pass-through", what do you mean? Sorry, layman here!

PhiL_P
dooogiee
Same price for same product from TPLink on Amazon, and always has been!

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B002H0Y9G2/ref=oss_product


free delivery too!
No pass-through on these though..
#36
Nilesh, this post from Bailey will explain it for you visually.
The pass through refers to the fact that it has a plug socket built in to it so you don't lose the use of a socket at the connection point (the wall socket). :)




Edited By: anglo on Jan 02, 2011 01:23
#37
hunter0405
ryouga
hunter0405
I personally will not recommend buying them. It's not even branded (Extra Value?). You can get a decent pair for around £60. If you are willing to spend more, go for the 1Gbps ones (not many choices yet through).


What has branding got to do with anything, dont be a brand ****.


I usually don't really care what brand things are, but anything to do with networking I would recommend a well-known brand due to stability and product support


eh, have had a pair of 85mb value plugs for over 2 years never miss a beat. just bought these Value http://www.ebuyer.com/product/160665 plugs and these work a treat as well, even working through a seperate ring!!
#38
forcephil
just bought these Valuehttp://www.ebuyer.com/product/160665 plugs and these work a treat as well, even working through a seperate ring!!

I was looking at these last week when they were £34, but now they are up to £45 (+ P&P)
#39
nileshpandya
Can you explain when you say no "pass-through", what do you mean? Sorry, layman here!

It just means you can plug an appliance into the back of them so you dont lose the use of the electric socket.

Edited By: FREEZIN WOLF on Jan 02, 2011 12:07
#40
Thanks for this. Presumably using the socekt at the same time can impact on the transfer rate.

anglo
Nilesh, this post from Bailey will explain it for you visually.
The pass through refers to the fact that it has a plug socket built in to it so you don't lose the use of a socket at the connection point (the wall socket). :)


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