TP-LINK AV200 POWERLINE ADAPTER WITH AC PASS THROUGH STARTER KIT £18.97 delivered @ mymemory
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TP-LINK AV200 POWERLINE ADAPTER WITH AC PASS THROUGH STARTER KIT £18.97 delivered @ mymemory

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Posted 7th Apr 2014
Very good price for an ac pass through adapter.
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Its a pair .. not a single adapter. I paid £26 for the same with a 5 port switch a week ago. This is better if u don't want the switch.
can I link these with other tp link adapters?
I respectfully advise everyone to read this article, it answers almost all of the commonly asked questions on these deals.

Edited by: "josephmccowie" 7th Apr 2014
Depends what type of adapters they are.

You can mix match AV200/500 for certain.
The picture is a pair but it looks like it's only one for £18+.
Excellent deal, thanks.
I do really love HUKD. I come on here 1st to see if there are any deals for homeplug adapters, & hey presto!!!
Cheers OP & HUKD
Heat from me
jaceyar

The picture is a pair but it looks like it's only one for £18+.



The description states it is the starter kit, which is a pair!!
The photo of the starter kit box also proves that.
good price
Sorry, there is another the same price which is a single.
Quick 'tech idiot' post, these are just for extending wifi throughout your house.....right? Also, would I REALLY need to plug the lead in to set these up? If I had a lead that long I wouldn't need these things?

Edited by: "HowAboutNo" 7th Apr 2014
indar

Its a pair .. not a single adapter. I paid £26 for the same with a 5 port … Its a pair .. not a single adapter. I paid £26 for the same with a 5 port switch a week ago. This is better if u don't want the switch.



Can I ask where you got a pair of AV200 passthrough homeplugs, with 5 port switch(es), for £26 from ?


They aren't wi-fi. The article linked to in the third comment will explain.

HowAboutNo

Quick 'tech idiot' post, these are just for extending wifi throughout … Quick 'tech idiot' post, these are just for extending wifi throughout your house.....right? Also, would I REALLY need to plug the lead in to set these up? If I had a lead that long I wouldn't need these things?

indar

Its a pair .. not a single adapter. I paid £26 for the same with a 5 … Its a pair .. not a single adapter. I paid £26 for the same with a 5 port switch a week ago. This is better if u don't want the switch.



Just over £6 for the switch:
amazon.co.uk/TP-…PY/
Edited by: "TheVoice" 7th Apr 2014
TheVoice

They aren't wi-fi. The article linked to in the third comment will … They aren't wi-fi. The article linked to in the third comment will explain.Just over £6 for the switch:http://www.amazon.co.uk/TP-Link-TL-SF1005D-100Mbps-Unmanaged-Desktop/dp/B000FNFSPY/



Thanks for that non sarcastic and friendly answer...and doh for not spotting it had already been linked. People like me really get on my nerves!
Hmm, pass through is useful but the 500 versions without pass through are cheaper. Decisions decisions.....
tek-monkey

Hmm, pass through is useful but the 500 versions without pass through are … Hmm, pass through is useful but the 500 versions without pass through are cheaper. Decisions decisions.....



I say this on every Homeplug thread. There's not a great deal of difference between the AV200 and AV500 (that's the non-Gigabit standard I'm talking about). Alright, it's a newer revision of the standard, but in real terms, data transfer isn't hugely different. The use of Fast Ethernet ports are testament to that.

I currently own the original white and black TP-Link AV200 adapters. I get around 7.5MB/s speeds around the house via the adapters. I'd never consider upgrading to these Homeplugs, because if I've outgrown AV200 then I've outgrown these ones, too. The only worthwhile upgrade for me would be to the more expensive 1Gb/s models.

So, it depends entirely on what you're planning to use them for.

AdamBrunt

Can I ask where you got a pair of AV200 passthrough homeplugs, with 5 … Can I ask where you got a pair of AV200 passthrough homeplugs, with 5 port switch(es), for £26 from ?



Previous post by Samuel2303

hotukdeals.com/dea…120

dabs.com/pro…W00
Ah, OK.

I thought you meant the homeplug had the 5 ports in it. Still £6 for a 5 port 10/100 switch isn't bad at all.
Does anyone know if these will let me connect two xbox's to xbox live? I have a BT Homehub, which will only allow one xbox wirelessly.
Spinonit

Does anyone know if these will let me connect two xbox's to xbox live? I … Does anyone know if these will let me connect two xbox's to xbox live? I have a BT Homehub, which will only allow one xbox wirelessly.



Yes it will, as only one will be connected via wifi, the other will be a wired connection
Thanks amis1975
Spinonit

Does anyone know if these will let me connect two xbox's to xbox live? I … Does anyone know if these will let me connect two xbox's to xbox live? I have a BT Homehub, which will only allow one xbox wirelessly.



Off topic question, maybe, but why does your BT homehub limit the number of xbox wireless connections ? My BT Homehub allows as many wifi connections as I like.
AdamBrunt

Off topic question, maybe, but why does your BT homehub limit the number … Off topic question, maybe, but why does your BT homehub limit the number of xbox wireless connections ? My BT Homehub allows as many wifi connections as I like.



I'm not quite sure what the OP means, either.
Sorry guys, I don't understand why my homehub will not let two xboxs connect either, but it won't. BT themselves have not been able to resolve the issue, so there's possibly something wrong or different with my homehub, although there are lots of other users who report similar issues with theirs, so I'm not the only one it affects. I've ordered these powerline adapters, so I'll see if that helps.
Edited by: "Spinonit" 10th Apr 2014
Spinonit

Sorry guys, I don't understand why my homehub will not let two xboxs … Sorry guys, I don't understand why my homehub will not let two xboxs connect either, but it won't. BT themselves have not been able to resolve the issue, so there's possibly something wrong or different with my homehub, although there are lots of other users who report similar issues with theirs, so I'm not the only one it affects. I've ordered these powerline adapters, so I'll see if that helps.



The only thing I could think would be a conflict in the ports used by the consoles, but I'm sure it can't be an issue so simple if the community and BT themselves are stumped by it.

I hope it works out for you, anyway.
Edited by: "josephmccowie" 10th Apr 2014
These are great. Opened the box, unplugged the non-passthrough homeplugs, plugged the new ones in and voila, connected to the hub straight away with no messing. Just got to get rid of the previous ones now.
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