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Wireless hdmi worth it?

I have an epson 2045 and contemplating using wireless HDMI.

Is it a good option?
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I have an epson 2045 and contemplating using wireless HDMI.

Is it a good option?
Hi Asgard1an,

I've been using wireless HDMI for over a year now and the brand I have work pretty well. There are a few times I have to reset them (un-plug, wait, re-plug) but in the grand scheme of things it's much easier to do that occasionally than run HDMI in my setup.

If you search my posts (there aren't that many of them) you can see what brand I use.

Good luck
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Hi Asgard1an,

I've been using wireless HDMI for over a year now and the brand I have work pretty well. There are a few times I have to reset them (un-plug, wait, re-plug) but in the grand scheme of things it's much easier to do that occasionally than run HDMI in my setup.

If you search my posts (there aren't that many of them) you can see what brand I use.

Good luck
Distance from receiver to projector is about 14ft. I read that you do need a line of sight for these to work well. but what if my receiver is behind my screen?
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