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post #1 of 7 Old 10-30-2012, 04:12 PM - Thread Starter
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Hi all, I'm sure this has been debated and I'm not sure it is possible.

My situation:

Sources: 3 HDMI (decoder, pc, console)

What I'd need:
A device that receives the 3 HDMI inputs and streams over the LAN, poissibly without the need of a dedicated receiver I.E. Dlna server.

Any suggestion?

Thank you all

PS: I've seen www.justaddpower.com ... it is near to what I need, cept for the receiver and the price.
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I'm confused, do you have 3 devices located away from your output (displays)? How are the output devices (TV's I assume?) going to accept the signal and display the media? DLNA over ethernet is one way but it is not elegant from my experience.
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This should be more or less my home scenario... and the "Needed device" is the one you can see here:



If there is anything better than DLNA to transmit HD signal directly to a LCD-PLASMA Tv with a LAN connection without a receiving device please let me know.

Thank you very much
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bump for ansewer.

looking to take my video signal from my living room into my bedroom to enable wasting money on another cable box..
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Mmmm I've possibly found something!

http://www.teradek.com/pages/cube

Any opinion?
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You'll probably want to post this in the http://www.avsforum.com/f/36/home-a-v-distribution section.

HDMI over ethernet data is not the same as what is handled by your LAN router. Your LAN router will have nothing to do with this distribution. As you have three sources that you want accessible in three different rooms, you're looking for some form of HDMI Matrix distribution system.

If your TVs support streaming media from the NAS on your LAN, you can still have your TVs connected to the LAN, but the HDMI distribution will need to be done independently of this.
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