TP link AV 1000 Power-line adapter - £25 instore @ Sainsbury's
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TP link AV 1000 Power-line adapter - £25 instore @ Sainsbury's

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Good deal. I,m updating mine from 500,s when my fibre router arrives. Thanks
I have 500. Excuse the ignorance but what’s the difference?
tigor32 m ago

I have 500. Excuse the ignorance but what’s the difference?


Double
What does this actually do ? .Serious question.
Anyone know if these are backwards compatible with 500s?
philrrobinson8 m ago

What does this actually do ? .Serious question.


Essentially allows you to run internet signals over the copper wiring of your house. So if you've got some devices in a room far from your router with poor WiFi signal, you can use a pair of these to connect the device with a wire from a nearby plug socket
philrrobinson10 m ago

What does this actually do ? .Serious question.


It uses your electric wiring as a network for your internet. You plug one near your router and Ethernet it then do the same wherever your desktop is and your hardwired to the internet. I use it as my desktop is upstairs and router downstairs it's brilliant
Could you then connect the second adaptor to a WiFi extender via ethernet?
philrrobinson12 m ago

What does this actually do ? .Serious question.


Plug one in near modem and another elsewhere in the house. It uses the electric circuit to act as an ethernet cable. I Have one in the kids bedroom for ps4 so it doesnt hog the wifi bandwidth also modem is opposite side of house to tv so one goes into sky box. Its easier and tidier than running CAT5 (ethernet cable) everywhere
TonTon13 m ago

Could you then connect the second adaptor to a WiFi extender via ethernet?


Yes i use one with a bt whole home set up
stevenjameshyde1 h, 3 m ago

Essentially allows you to run internet signals over the copper wiring of …Essentially allows you to run internet signals over the copper wiring of your house. So if you've got some devices in a room far from your router with poor WiFi signal, you can use a pair of these to connect the device with a wire from a nearby plug socket


Thank you now I understand.
JeebusJones1 h, 2 m ago

It uses your electric wiring as a network for your internet. You plug one …It uses your electric wiring as a network for your internet. You plug one near your router and Ethernet it then do the same wherever your desktop is and your hardwired to the internet. I use it as my desktop is upstairs and router downstairs it's brilliant


Thank you.
safder2781 h, 1 m ago

Plug one in near modem and another elsewhere in the house. It uses the …Plug one in near modem and another elsewhere in the house. It uses the electric circuit to act as an ethernet cable. I Have one in the kids bedroom for ps4 so it doesnt hog the wifi bandwidth also modem is opposite side of house to tv so one goes into sky box. Its easier and tidier than running CAT5 (ethernet cable) everywhere


Thank you.
TonTon1 h, 26 m ago

Could you then connect the second adaptor to a WiFi extender via ethernet?


Yes I currently use them to connect the router at the front of the house direct to my always on Mac mini in the back, to an Apple TV and cctv camera system upstairs and will soon be putting in an AirPort Extreme in the loft to extend the current WiFi signal to the whole of the upstairs of the house. All via homeplugs/powerline adapters (which ever name you call them).
TonTon1 h, 30 m ago

Could you then connect the second adaptor to a WiFi extender via ethernet?



YES
All you need to connect multiple machines to this single connection is an Ethernet Switch.
I use mine to connect the router at the other end of the house to a socket near the smart tv in the lounge. My model variant has two ethernet output ports . The first goes to the humax box and the second to my amazon fire tv box. Works a treat.
topazz16 m ago

I use mine to connect the router at the other end of the house to a socket …I use mine to connect the router at the other end of the house to a socket near the smart tv in the lounge. My model variant has two ethernet output ports . The first goes to the humax box and the second to my amazon fire tv box. Works a treat.



With any that have just the single ethernet connection to them a simple Ethernet Switch is all that's needed to connect multiple machines.
I have four of these. Just be aware they don't like Sky Q. Picture freezes intermittently. Using my other branded powerline adapter is fine with Q. Something about these it seems.
Does anyone no if this is nation wide ?
It was in the Team Valley (Newcastle) store yesterday, about 3 left
I have the 500 version of these, Will i get faster download speeds etc if i got these???
I used the slower generic powerline adapters that came from BT with my router. I upgraded to TP link 2000 adapters but they would not work with the generic adapters. I've had to slowly update the others to TP link to get them to transfer data. They do seem faster but I wasn't expecting the additional outlay. 😪
nic_bond18 h, 26 m ago

Does anyone no if this is nation wide ?


No just your household broadband.
snappyfish1 h, 28 m ago

No just your household broadband.


I think you know what i meant.
I got 2 from East Kilbride - was 4 left on the shelf.
Can this still be used if the electrics in the house and shed have separate fuse boxes?
£35 in my local. The tag said reduced the £30 but went to customer services checkout and was told it’s £35?! But still available to order online for £25.
Although I picked up the TL-PA4020P Kit reduced to £20 that I foundhidden behind some boxes
raidenpatel23 h, 14 m ago

Can this still be used if the electrics in the house and shed have …Can this still be used if the electrics in the house and shed have separate fuse boxes?


I think so, but someone else might answer who knows more?
Or just invest in better router.

I've played with powerline adapter and found them useless (in modern, rewired house).
All returned back to amazon as real speed barelly reached 300mbps in test conditions but with massive drops.

At the end I've invested in a proper router TP-Link Archer vr900 v2 + wifi card from tp link as well - Archer t9e

No issues at all, not even a drops. Nothing.

The biggest file I've streamed from pc-server ( T9E) to my TV (hisense) was 52GB, 4k movie through dlna.
Watched it without a single glitch.
teddybeers11th Jan

Or just invest in better router.I've played with powerline adapter and …Or just invest in better router.I've played with powerline adapter and found them useless (in modern, rewired house).All returned back to amazon as real speed barelly reached 300mbps in test conditions but with massive drops. At the end I've invested in a proper router TP-Link Archer vr900 v2 + wifi card from tp link as well - Archer t9eNo issues at all, not even a drops. Nothing.The biggest file I've streamed from pc-server ( T9E) to my TV (hisense) was 52GB, 4k movie through dlna.Watched it without a single glitch.


You're in no position to comment for each person's individual needs. The fact is, there exist multiple scenarios where no router can provide the requirements that a powerline can fulfill. The usefulness of a powerline is quite wide in fact, and they DO work extremely well contrary to what you are saying.
teddybeers11th Jan

Or just invest in better router.I've played with powerline adapter and …Or just invest in better router.I've played with powerline adapter and found them useless (in modern, rewired house).All returned back to amazon as real speed barelly reached 300mbps in test conditions but with massive drops. At the end I've invested in a proper router TP-Link Archer vr900 v2 + wifi card from tp link as well - Archer t9eNo issues at all, not even a drops. Nothing.The biggest file I've streamed from pc-server ( T9E) to my TV (hisense) was 52GB, 4k movie through dlna.Watched it without a single glitch.


Maybe the person who "rewired" your house did a terrible job then. I'm using this in a new three story house and it works flawlessly between the two furthest points on the ground to the second flaw. My Fibre is as fast as if I'm connected straight into the router directly. I would give your electrician a call mate!
I found this in my local Sainsburys and bought the last 2 boxes. Not sure if it is worth £25 each. Currently doing an internet research to see if the price is good and the product is good.
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