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Brite-View BV-2500 Wireless HD Video Transmitter and Receiver Kits (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

by Zinwell

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  • Support up to 1080i@60Hz & 1080p@24Hz HD picture quality
  • Less than 1ms latency for playing Video game console
  • Plug & Play, Auto setup and easy-to-use
  • Long transmission distance - LOS:20meters, NLOS:10meters
  • NOTE: BV-2500 is selling pairs (transmitter & receiver kits together) only, not sold separately


Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Zinwell
  • Model: BV-2500
  • Warranty: 90 days for parts & labor

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11.6 x 5.8 x 1.8 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0026FCGLI
  • Item model number: BV-2500
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 29, 2009

Product Description

Amazon.com

A new flat-panel may look lovely mounted on your wall, but not if it's surrounded by a mess of boxy home theater equipment. That's where the Air HD (BV-2500) comes in. The Air HD can transmit all of your High-Definition content from a Blu-ray player in a separate room to the HDTV positioned in your living room, or even to another display in the kitchen. Eliminates messy AV cable connections to your flat-screen TV, and keep things clean and minimal.

Air HD (BV-2500)
Eliminate messy AV cable connections to your flat-screen TV, and keep things clean and minimal.
Air HD (BV-2500)
Transmit your high-definition content from a separate room to the HDTV positioned in your living room.

Hide Your Home Theater System

Works With Any HD Video Source

The Air HD Video Wireless Kit is comprised of a transmitter (BV-2500T) and a receiver (BV-2500R). It wirelessly streams uncompressed High-Definition videos from any HD video source device to your HDTV (or projector), placed anywhere in the house.

Have your Blu-ray player, set-top box, game console, DVR, and AV receiver run directly into the Air HD HDMI transmitter, and equip your HDTV with a matching BV-2500R receiver. This allows you to have all of your AV sources in a separate room from the actual display.

High Definition Is in the Air

The built-in Omni-directional Antenna System enables wide-range HD video transmission, with a maximum of 70 feet line-of-sight. It offers wireless whole-home connectivity with the quality of an HDMI wired connection. The High-definition video transmission even goes through walls, and there is virtually no latency (less than one millisecond). Thanks to the "No-Latency" feature, users can play high-definition video games using the wireless link, and experience no fuzziness or stuttering. The BV-2500 supports full 1080i resolutions, and 1080p resolutions at frame rates of 25 and 30.

Avoid Interference

The Air HD adjusts its frequency settings between 4.9 GHz and 5.9 GHz automatically for the best video transmission performance. The Air HD system will change the frequency it operates on if interference from another RF (Radio Frequency) system is detechted.

Save Money

The Air HD effectively eliminates the need to double up on devices--set top boxes, game consoles, Blu-ray players, etc.--for multiple TVs. Just connect the receiver (BV-2500R) to your second HDTV and pass through the same signals from the feeding the first HDTV.

And why spend several hundred dollars to rewire your living room? The Air HD helps you hook up all of your entertainement equipment to your transmitter anywhere in the room, without the hassle of running wires.

BV-2500 Specifications

General Specifications
Supported Video Resolution Component Input 1080p @ 24/30 Hz, 1080i, 720p, 576p, 576i, 480p, 480i
HDMI Input 1080p/@ 24/30 Hz, 1080i, 720p, 576p, 480p
Supported Audio Formats Analog Audio 48KHz and 24-bit Per Sample
Digital Audio up to 3.072 Mbps AC-3 and DTS
Transmission Distance The maximum video transmission range is 20 meters line of sight (LOS) scenarios.
System Latency No latency (<1ms)
Antenna High Performance Internal Antennas
Operating Frequencies 4.9~ 5.9GHz (non-DFS Frequency Bands) for US, EU, JP, TW
Supported IR Blasting Frequency 36 KHz/ 38 KHz
Power Supply 100~ 240V AC in, 5V 3A DC out Power Adaptor
Operating Temperature 0~40°C
Regulations FCC, CE
Interfaces BV-2500T BV-2500R
A/V Interfaces Component Input Two Sets of RCA Connectors -
Analog Audio L/ R Input Two Sets of RCA Connectors -
HDMI Input Two (Type A) -
HDMI Output - One (Type A)
Control Signal Interfaces IR Sensor YES YES
IR Sensor Extender - 2.5mm Jack
IR Blaster Extender 2.5mm Jack -
Power Interface Power Input 5V DC Jack 5V DC Jack
Switches Front Power Switch YES (One Tack Switch) YES (One Tack Switch)
Source Selection Switch YES (One Tack Switch) YES (One Tack Switch)
LEDs Status LED 1 x LED (Two Tone: Blue& Red) 1 x LED (Two Tone: Blue& Red)
Source LED 4 x Blue LEDs 4 x Blue LEDs
Signal Quality Status - 3 x LEDs
Dimensions 295(W)x 149(L)x 45.5(H) mm 180(W)x 140(L)x 39(H) mm

What's in the Box

BV-2500T Transmitter, BV-2500R Receiver, Remote Control, Power Adapters (2), IR Sensor Extender Cable, IR Blaster Extender Cable, HDMI Out Cable, User's Manual, Installation Guide

Product Description

The Air HD can transmit all of your High-Definition content from a Blu-ray player in a separate room to the room where the HDTV is positioned.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

This product have amazing picture and sound quality.
Amit Shah
If you try to connect the unit with wall blocking out of sight, signal will immediately drop and you get no signal connection even less than 10meter (30 ft).
IBS
The BV-2500 transmitter has 2 HDMI and 2 component video/audio inputs with easy switching using its remote control.
Jay B. Sigel

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

88 of 92 people found the following review helpful By Paul Lee on December 27, 2009
WOW...

My purchase before this item was a logitech universal remote. I spent 10 hours and 2 calls to India to set up and I ended up not using the RF remote because it didn't work.

REASON FOR PURCHASE (APPLICATION):
I wanted to gift my mom the ability to watch her DirecTV in the kitchen on the new 23" Samsung I got her. We didn't want to go through the hassle of having another big DirecTV HD DVR box and more coaxial line run around the house, so I bought the Briteview.

INSTALL:
1. Plugged HDMI cable from Family room DTV receiver to back up base unit (kept the component video and audio plugged into cinema receiver for the main TV).
2. Plugged BV-2500 base unit into wall.
3. Placed Infared receiver over the DTV receiving IR port
4. 40ft away and through 1 wall I plugged receiving unit into back of Samsung 23" TV via HDMI
5. Plugged receiving unit into wall
6. Turned on both TV's and whaa-la

PRO's
* Not sure for all applications, but the DirecTV receiver was capable of sending component audio/video and HDMI aud/vid at the same time, so we could watch and adjust volume on both TV's at same time with ZERO LAG (both audio and video).
* SUPER EASY INSTALL WITH INFARED WORKING ON FIRST ATTEMPT
* HD picture quality is 1080P
* No extra running of cables for my application
* Small receiving unit makes for a clean looking install. Unit is smaller than most computer home routers.

CON's
* No HDMI out on the base unit (would make nice for lots of us who want to pass through the HDMI and don't have an AV receiver or want to change AV receiver input). Instead I have to use both HDMI and component out so.
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By yinlun on September 11, 2009
My friend and I have been looking for a wireless HDMI setup for some time now. We've tried the Sony Bravia Wirelesslink, and we both ran into the same problem. That unit sends video, but no audio to a Samsung LCD. In addition, there was a lag in the video. The video quality was good, but not exceptional. Then as I was returning that unit, I found this. Figured it was worth a try. Let me just say..I'm glad I did.

This is near perfect. The video quality is better than the Sony. Unfortunatley, there's no 1080p, but 1080i works just fine for me.

Pros:
No lag in transmisisons
IR Repeater allows everything to be tucked away from plain site
Easy to install
Easy to setup
Works really well with no interference to video/audio quality
Cheap in comparison to other available products

Cons:
-Upon initial setup, the reciever was dropping in and out in connection. I ended up following the instructions and changing the recieving channels, after that I haven't had an issue.
-The remote that comes with it is bare bones, meaning another remote to manage. If only it was like the Sony unit that could replace other remotes..

One additional thing I would like is the option to add additional recievers to the sending unit. Otherwise, this unit has more than exceeded my expectations.
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31 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Ryan Mcgroarty on August 16, 2009
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The wireless hdmi sender works very well. No interference sending video into an adjacent room. If you intend to use this the way I am (receiver in different room than transmitter) just understand you will not be able to turn on the transmitter via the supplied remote. It will only turn on remotely if the remote is pointed directly at the transmitter. It will NOT work via the included IR blaster. You will have to use another remote extender and IR blaster or manually turn on the transmitter like I do. As for quality of picture it is very good, no problems with that.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By James J. Hathaway on May 3, 2010
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First let me say, This product does Exactly as it advertises.
The Brite-view transmits component video (YPrPb to 1080i) and/or HDMI up to 1080/24p "uncompressed" over a short distance. That simple fact blew me away. That said, I would not consider this a plug and play unit. Principally it was a simple hook-up, but some very specific challenges can be frustrating. Many of those frustrations can be pointed at HDMI as a faulty connection method.

This product was purchased for installation in the home of one of my customers. His system included a living room system with cable and DVD/Bluray that is able to be routed to his back patio for the summer. When the house was built HDMI did not yet exist, so we had run Component video to the TV's outdoor location. This was an experiment to get 1080p to his newer LED/LCD display and possibly allow for a new mounting location.

I set up the Brite-view BV2500 system with the television in the living room first, to make sure it all worked fine. The transmitter/receiver locked onto each other right away and passed 720p from the cable box. When I fired up the Bluray player at 1080p, I hit a frustration- no image/strange resolution (800x600 72hz, which there is no mention of in the book.) The Brite-view flashed the "not recognized format" error. After cycling through the video output settings, 1080p was the only output that did this. Then on the Blueray player, I turned on the 24 frame setting for 1080p and finally got the picture through. it sounds obvious, but was an elusive setting. 1080p is not as simple as 1080p. Now everything worked and looked SHARP! again, Very impressed.

Next we moved outside, a bigger challenge.
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