TP-LINK TL-WPA4530KIT AV500 Powerline AC750 Wi-Fi KIT, Range Extender/Wi-Fi Booster/Hotspot with AC Pass Through, Multiple Ethernet Ports - White, Twin Pack with 3 years Warranty- Amazon - £39.98
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TP-LINK TL-WPA4530KIT AV500 Powerline AC750 Wi-Fi KIT, Range Extender/Wi-Fi Booster/Hotspot with AC Pass Through, Multiple Ethernet Ports - White, Twin Pack with 3 years Warranty- Amazon - £39.98

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Edited by:"kkthomask"Found 11th Oct
Lowest price ever. I was looking for a dual band powerline+wifi twin extender for my SKY Q Hub. This looks good price.
  • Dual band 802.11ac Wi-Fi up to 750 Mbps (2.4 GHz 300 Mbps and 5 GHz 433 Mbps)
  • Up to 500 Mbps high-speed powerline speed
  • Three Ethernet ports to connect multiple wired devices
  • Easily add additional Powerlines to the existing network with Wi-Fi Auto-Sync
  • 3 years manufacturer's warranty

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Thanks, been looking for one of these. Heat added

ok, I know zilch about specs, but if you're not to fussed about passthrough, you can get these for £15..
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GR253 m ago

ok, I know zilch about specs, but if you're not to fussed about …ok, I know zilch about specs, but if you're not to fussed about passthrough, you can get these for £15..http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing-accessories/networking/powerline/bt-essentials-wireless-powerline-adapter-kit-twin-pack-10148410-pdt.html



Single band, only one ethernet connector!
Edited by: "jasee" 12th Oct

I know sod all about these but are looking for some good ones as the wifi is rubbish in bedrooms for streaming (Now tv) and xbox one online gaming, are these any good and will they work with Virgin Media 200mbs and there new super hub 3.

Also why does only one of them have AC pass through, wouldnt it be better with both (As most people i have ext leads involved).
Any advice on which ones are best to use with Virgin Media and offer best results would be great

Heat added from me as £40 dont sound a lot

jasee6 h, 59 m ago

Single band, only one ethernet connector!

I bought one and they actually got 2 Ethernet ports.
Obviously it's still single band.
Good stuff for price but if you looking for speed and more ports then not really for you.

Can they be used anywhere, or does one have to be near the router?

the one without the pass through is actually a wifi range extender. internet signal will b sent through the power wire of the house then this will duplicate you wifi signal. pritty much makin it another router.
Edited by: "matt_wallbank" 12th Oct

Any help would be much appreciated - I have Sky Broadband, consistent 30mb download but suffer when streaming from internet (not Netflix though?!) when using Apple TV, would like to have PS4, Sky box and Apple TV plugged into power line adaptor - is this one sufficient for my needs or would I require something different?

Just a reminder that the ethernet ports on these are 10/100 Mb/S not gigabit

matt_wallbank53 m ago

the one without the pass through is actually a wifi range extender. …the one without the pass through is actually a wifi range extender. internet signal will b sent through the power wire of the house then this will duplicate you wifi signal. pritty much makin it another router.


Ah right, so the one with the pass through is the main one that sends the signal through the house elec wiring. And the other one in theory is the receiver and to be placed in the room which struggles with wifi.
Is it possible to get these with both plugs/adaptors with power through due to the use of ext leads

Mitch_s_s2 h, 12 m ago

Can they be used anywhere, or does one have to be near the router?

One has to be plugged into router I think

Which one needs to be beside your router, I see one if an extender but can that be used to hard wire something too

Does this create a seperate SSID or does it use the original one like a mesh network? The range extenders that create a seperate SSID are a waste of time IMO as you ahve to manually switch them unless the signal is lost completely.

gogboy10 m ago

Which one needs to be beside your router, I see one if an extender but can …Which one needs to be beside your router, I see one if an extender but can that be used to hard wire something too


That's what I was thinking, I'd want the one with pass through near my PC, not my router

biggly38 m ago

https://www.maplin.co.uk/p/tp-link-tl-wpa4530kit-wifi-pass-through-powerline-kit-a56tgOnly £26.00 at Maplin....


£26 is bang tidy nice find
Edited by: "mmurdoch" 12th Oct

biggly48 m ago

https://www.maplin.co.uk/p/tp-link-tl-wpa4530kit-wifi-pass-through-powerline-kit-a56tgOnly £26.00 at Maplin....


That's out of stock isn't it?

Original Poster

Guys, it is good enough and compatible with Sky Q router? On speaking to Sky last night, they asked me to pay for the SKYQ booster which is £40+

Simonlovell10012th Oct

Does this create a seperate SSID or does it use the original one like a …Does this create a seperate SSID or does it use the original one like a mesh network? The range extenders that create a seperate SSID are a waste of time IMO as you ahve to manually switch them unless the signal is lost completely.


You can set them up with the same SSID and wifi channel, but they must slightly overlap with your router or other extender to wifi roam on your device. I ended up plugging a spare router into it as an access point less of a headache than the powerline plugs built in range extender.

Any suggestions where to buy just the receiver? I've bought the kit, but now I want another receiver in another room but can't seem to find them on their own
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