Cut the cord for good with this Nyrius wireless video transmitter with true HDMI mirroring. Whatever is on your laptop or other source you choose to use will appear exactly on your television thanks to this device.
We know you. You're just like us. We love watching YouTube videos or Netflix on our laptops when we're on the go or trying to get some work done that we'd rather put off for a few more minutes. Thanks to this transmitter, that same video can now magically appear on your big-screen TV.
We particularly love the setup of the Nyrius transmitter. There is no software involved and it works with laptops, PCs, Macs, A/V receivers, gaming consoles and cable/satellite. All you have to do is plug the transmitter into your device and you're up and running.
The Nyrius supports a variety of video resolutions, including 1080p, 1080i,720p, 576p, 480p, and for computers 1024×768, 1280×1024, 640×480, and 800×600.
- 30-foot range
- 3D compatible
- HDMI mirroring
If distance is the key feature you're looking for in a wireless extender, you're not going to do any better than this J-Tech model, which can transmit signals from a phenomenal 200 feet away.
The signal will transmit through floors and walls, so no matter where you are in your house, you can start a movie on your laptop and send it to your TV set in another room or another floor. The picture will be crystal clear, thanks in part to the dual antennas on the transmitters.
The J-Tech can also send the signal to two receivers at the same time, so you and your family or housemates can watch the same content from different rooms around your home. It also maintains a stable and reliable picture quality thanks to the HDBitT technology, which is the new standard protocol of digital connectivity, enabling high-definition Audio/Video up to 4K definition. It also provides a stable performance and better image quality.
A potential drawback of the J-Tech is that it may have a slight lag of a fraction of a second. It's still perfect for video but may not be suitable for real-time gaming.
- Full HDMI 1080P with HDMI loop output
- Lockable DC power plug design
- Supports video resolutions of 480p, 720p, 1080i and 1080p
If you want to connect several devices to your television, Pakite is one of your best options. Not only is the setup simple, the Pakite wireless extender can stream HDMI video and audio signals with a crystal clear picture, even on a big-screen television.
All you need is a Wi-Fi connection and the Pakite delivers with a high-frequency 5G transmission, giving you the quality you're looking for from an extender. Put that movie on your laptop and send it to your television, or connect your game system or DVD player without the hassle of cords and wires.
We also like that you can control the signal source equipment at the receiver thanks to an IR remote controller.
The signal will transmit up to 65 feet through walls and floors. With no obstructions, it can transit up to a whopping 262 feet. That's great for a movie night at the park or some other outdoor gathering.
- Built-in IR remote control
- Transmits up to 65 feet through walls
- 5G Wireless dual-band signal
If you're looking for a wireless transmitter designed with movies and video in mind, this Micca model might be the one for you. As a bonus: you can simply plug in without any setup required.
This model can transfer signals up to 300 feet without any obstructions, but also works well at shorter distances when walls within the house are involved. The range is so great in thanks in part to the 5G technology and dual antenna design, which also reduces its interference.
Everything about the specifications is designed with video in mind. It can handle up to [email protected]/60Hz. When it comes to audio, only PCM, or pulse-code modulation, will work; Dolby and other methods of audio transmission are not supported.
This transmitter is made from an all metal construction to both protects the components––it contains plenty of cooling vents to keep the temperatures down, leading to even greater reliability.
- Transmits up to 300 feet line-of-sight
- Dual antenna design
- 0.07 to 0.2 second transmission latency
Some terms you need to know when shopping for a wireless transmitter.
Why Choose A Wireless Transmitter?
The main reasons are convenience and eliminating wire clutter! You can send a signal to your TV that is located in a different room from the source while clearing out some of the wires around your TV.
IR Remote Control
The IR stands for infrared, meaning the remote uses light signals to function.
5G is the fifth generation and most powerful of wireless communication technology.
TV resolution is the number of pixels displayed on your TV that form the picture. 1080p is the highest video resolution these products offer.
An electronic device used to transmit or send data with the aid of an antenna.