Xenta Wireless HDMI Kit - WHDI HDMI Transmitter and Receiver for £99.99 @ Ebuyer
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Xenta Wireless HDMI Kit - WHDI HDMI Transmitter and Receiver for £99.99 @ Ebuyer

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Found 22nd May 2012
This is a wireless HDMI HD Sender transmitter/receiver kit to allow you to send HD video and audio wirelessly between 2 devices with no loss of quality. It can trasmit up to 720p and 1080p without interference over distances of up to 20 Metres (depends on line of sight and wall thickness) using the brand new WHDI wireless HDMI technology.

The HD sender and receiver will pair with each other automatically, no setup required. Simply plug the transmitter box into the HDMI source, e.g DVD player or SKY box, and the receiver box into the TV.

Customer note: due to the way HDMI works, if you want to use this to send your existing TV signal, e.g SKY HD to a secondary TV while still using it with your main TV, you will need to use this with an active HDMI splitter such as ebuyer QF 230507. This will actively split the HDMI signal to allow it to be displayed both on main TV (wired HDMI) and secondary TV (wireless HDMI) at the same time.


Bundle Includes:
Wireless HDMI HD Sender / Transmitter (HDMI cable not included)
Wireless HDMI HD Receiver (HDMI cable not included)
UK mains plugs for sender and receiver
IR remote sensor for the receiver to allow you to control the source device
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The idea of wireless HDMI is good but not anywhere near this kind of price, even if this is a good deal compared to the competition.
I bought this recently and it works well sending a sky signal to an adjacent room through walls. I have a hdmi splitter setup so can send the sky signal to a second room. The only thing I can't do is change the channel The instructions say plug the ir transmitter into the hdmi splitter if you use that option but there is no ir input in the hdmi splitter?!?! I have since plugged it into the xenta transmitter but the channels don't change. Any help from anyone using this?
Banned
does this use magic and witch craft?
Alinshearah

does this use magic and witch craft?



No, you're thinking of Apple products. Foxxcon make them, then apple add magic and witchcraft.
Will these heat up your fillings?
will thus connect to only one device for example tv to sky box or will it do multiple devices for example tv to sky and dvd.

if only one device, is there anything which connect multiple devices wirelessly
Doe these really work. I've had such bad experience with just SD/Phono/Scart in the past.
speedking

I bought this recently and it works well sending a sky signal to an … I bought this recently and it works well sending a sky signal to an adjacent room through walls. I have a hdmi splitter setup so can send the sky signal to a second room. The only thing I can't do is change the channel The instructions say plug the ir transmitter into the hdmi splitter if you use that option but there is no ir input in the hdmi splitter?!?! I have since plugged it into the xenta transmitter but the channels don't change. Any help from anyone using this?



I've never had any luck getting the IR transmitter working with my wireless sender either. It's a different model to this but based on entirely the same technology. Very frustrating the inability to control the Sky box from the other room.
crazy786

will thus connect to only one device for example tv to sky box or will it … will thus connect to only one device for example tv to sky box or will it do multiple devices for example tv to sky and dvd.if only one device, is there anything which connect multiple devices wirelessly



anyone?
This is the standard price for these.

I use a non HD model and it does the trick perfectly well.

Downside is you can only connect between 2 devices ie...

One connects to your digital box, the other connects to a tv in another room.

Ebuyer do a version for about £150 that helps you connect more sources to the device.
Edited by: "J4GG4" 8th Jun 2012
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