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Hello All

Could anyone please help me connecting these devices?
I have Panasonic Viera TV, Panasonic SA-BX500 AVR and HP Wireless TV Connect Kit.

I plugged the HP adapter in my HDMI port on GTX660 and the HP receiver in the BD/DVD player port on AVR which is connected to the TV (there a setbox connected too and that works flawlessly).
I have no screen and no sound, however it seems that the display is recognized as my main display shuts off (unless I duplicate screen) - I still have no image on the TV though.

Does anyone have experience in this?

I wrote both HP and Panasonic. HP wasn't helpful at all and I have no response from Panasonic yet.


I would really appreciate any help.

Thank you.
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Not clear if you've got this hooked up correctly. The receiver (bigger box with power cord) should be attached to your TV's HDMI input, and the small transmitter would be plugged into the HDMI "Out" on your AVR. You'll also need to run that USB cable to a USB power adapter since that's what powers the transmitter.

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