Wireless TV distribution
Not sure if this is the correct area of the forum for this question.
I have Verizon FIOS TV with a set top box in my family room. The STB is connected to my family room TV with HDMI, but it also has component video and RF out ports. I have a small TV in the kitchen which is probably 15 ft from the family room TV with a wall in between. I connected the kitchen TV to the STB via the in-home coax wiring. The in-house coax is all home run from a single location on the side of my house.
So to connect the small TV I had to connect the coax from the family room to the STB RF out then on the side of my house I cross connected to the coax to the kitchen. So I end up with a coax run of probably 65-70 feet. The TV works but quite often it get into heavy static/snow mode. To correct this, I have to disconnect the coax from the back of the kitchen TV and it correct the picture for a time, but then get messed up again.
I do not have the need to watch a different channel on the Kitchen TV. I am considering using one of the wireless transmission set ups.
Is this the best solution for my problem? If so, I would like recommendations on the bet set up. I found recommendation on a IOGEAR wireless setup by searching this forum, but when I research, this system seems to get very mixed reviews.
Is there a better solution than wireless using my existing in-house coax? The least expensive solution would be to simply run a direct coax from the STB to the kitchen TV, but that is not practical since I would have to get into the walls behind my kitchen cabinets.
Thanks in advance,