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Join Date: Jun 2005
Location: Northern, VA - Washington, DC
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Wireless HDMI (and wireless A/V in general) is something of a question mark. Even a single wireless HDMI transmitter/receiver pair tends to be glitchy, at best. Some work decently, some people have great luck, others have no luck at all. So, recommending a $200+ product to just do ONE connection in your home would be a 'guess' at best, and could just aggravate you. Obviously, that's not what you want to hear, and I personally see that the potential for wireless HD solutions could be phenomenal.
Imagine every TV equipped with a wireless receiver built in and every source you buy has a wireless transmitter... When you buy a new device, you press a 'sync' button and then go to every TV in your home and press a corresponding 'sync' button, and just like that, that source becomes available to all the TVs/monitors in your home. Press 'source' on your remote, and all your cable boxes, Blu-ray players, computers, and gaming systems which have been synched are available to see and hear on your local television.
Yeah, that's not likely to ever happen, but the potential for such a setup would certainly ease the headaches associated with the current solutions which homeowners must now use.
In your specific situation, I'm just incapable of giving a suggestion. You really need a matrix switcher and two wireless transmitters, and no guarantee of operation at all.
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