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IOGEAR GW3DHDKIT Wireless 3D Digital Kit with Full HD 1080P and 5.1 Channel Digital Audio

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  • Wireless uncompressed 3D and HD audio / video streaming up to 100 ft. away through standard home walls
  • Multi-room - Share your HD or 3D contentin asecond location at the same time:- Living room HDTV can connect to transmitters loop-through (local) port directly- Bedroom HDTV can receive content from wireless receiver
  • Connect and wirelessly transmit content from your 3D / Blu-ray / DVD player and DVR / Set-top box
  • Wireless 3D support , Wireless uncompressed Full HD 1080p and 5.1 channel digital audio
  • Video Resolutions: 480p, 720p, 1080i and 1080p (24 / 30 / 60fps)
  • Create the floating HDTV in almost any location such as bedroom, family room, living room, den, loft or kitchen
  • HDMI Inputs / Outputs : - Transmitter: 2 x HDMI in 1 x HDMI out (loop-through local port) - Receiver 1 x HDMI output
  • Keep home theater electronic devices neatly out-of-sight
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  • Product Dimensions: 3.8 x 3.8 x 1.2 inches ; 12 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00630WKGI
  • Item model number: GW3DHDKIT
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (584 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #376 in Computers & Accessories (See Top 100 in Computers & Accessories)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 22, 2011

Product Description

IOGEAR's innovative Wireless 3D Digital Kit takes wireless home entertainment and multi-room enjoyment to the next level of connectivity, flexibility, convenience, and decor. It's capable of streaming uncompressed Full HD 1080p with support for the latest 3D movie content along with 5.1 digital surround sound audio up to 100 feet* away within the home, through walls and ceilings for your desired setup. The kit consists of a Wireless 3D Audio/Vudeo Transmitter and a Wireless 3D Audio/Video Receiver with connections for your HDMI enabled device along with a built-in loop-through (local) port for an advanced 2 HDTV multi-room setup. It also includes Infrared (IR) pass-through for wireless control of your devices. Consolidate your HDMI A/V electronics, such as Blu-ray players, DVR / Set-top boxes, DVD players and computers to design your own custom entertainment space. Multi-room - The ability to set up your living room HDTV and add an additional room wirelessly; like your bedroom, den, loft or kitchen. Set up 2 HDTVs environments in minutes, if you have access to a power outlet then you can place your HDTV there and receive your favorite HD TV shows or 3D movies wirelessly. The Wireless 3D Digital Kit does not require a line-of-sight placement, keeping home theater devices neatly out of sight, which enables a quick, simple, and flexible wireless audio / video solution. The configuration possibilities and usage for this solution are endless and a must have for today's digital home. *Distances may vary depending on environment; solid objects such as steel, concrete and brick may view shorter distances.

Customer Reviews

Easy setup and works great.
Cari Kessi
And the delay is very annoying, it turns off for 30 to 60 seconds at a time. when it starts happening every other minute is is extremely annoying.
Doug Steiner
After connecting the device and getting the transmitter and receiver to connect with one another it worked perfectly.
paulj

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

109 of 112 people found the following review helpful By pcjackson06 on March 3, 2012
My configuration and why I purchased this:

All of the televisions in our house have a single HDMI connection over 2x ethernet to an HDMI matrix switch in our basement, which is where all of our A/V components live. The matrix switch is controlled via an iPhone app, so we can easily change sources in each room. This setup works great, didn't break the bank, and is easy to use. We've since added a television in our master bedroom and unfortunately don't have 2x ethernet there. Running ethernet to our bedroom would require a lot of drywall repair which I wasn't excited about. When I saw the IOGear product at Best Buy Magnolia tonight, I purchased it. I expected it to fail, as most wireless products never live up to expectations. I can honestly say I'm not disappointed with it.

Installation experience:

First, I attempted to install the IOGear transmitter in our basement, directly connected to the HDMI matrix switch. (Read the instructions) After connecting the device and getting the transmitter and receiver to connect with one another, some of the components including the TiVo Premiere at 1080i worked flawlessly over this very long wireless connection (40ft through two floors). Other components including our Apple TV at 720p didn't work at all, frequently loosing signal. I can't really explain why these components behaved differently. It's odd that the components negotiating at higher resolutions performed better. That seems counter-intuitive.

Modification to original setup:

Due to the issues I experience above, I moved the IOGear transmitter to our family room which is on the first floor of our house and is closer to the master bedroom. All components stream flawlessly now, at near-hard wired quality.
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67 of 71 people found the following review helpful By Robert Patrie on June 11, 2013
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My initial setup placed the transmitter and receiver about 40 feet and several walls apart. The results were disappointing. The video quality was inferior to that provided by my existing wireless HD solution, and the audio was terrible - everyone sounded as if they had marbles in their mouths.

So I rearranged things so that the transmitter and receiver were separated by about 20 feet and no walls - line of sight. Surprisingly, the results were identical - poor video and garbled sound.

So I put the transmitter and receiver 10 feet apart - poor video and garbled sound. The distance between transmitter and receiver and the number of walls between them made absolutely no difference at all!

In all of these configurations the "info" display showed that the transmitter and receiver were doing a never ending random walk between channel 1 and channel 9, but never agreeing on a good solution.

I was ready to box things up and return them to Amazon when I tried one more experiment.

I moved the receiver from a position four inches below the TV to a location eight inches below the TV. Voila! Excellent video and audio no matter where in my home I place the transmitter.

The moral of the story is: NEVER NEVER NEVER PUT THE RECEIVER ANYWHERE NEAR THE TV!

This is a design defect since the obvious location for the receiver is just below the TV, or somewhere near the TV and it should be fixed.

Bottom line: After initial frustration, I am very pleased with the product. If the receiver could be placed below or behind the TV (like my other wireless HD solutions) I would have given the product a five star review.
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34 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Kakashi on August 19, 2013
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I read lots and lots of reviews for the IOGEAR Wireless 3D kit and many of the competitors including the Nyrius. Finally decided to go with IOGEAR due to the small size of the receiver which would be visible next to the TV so smaller is better.

My main reason for looking for such a device is because I am moving all electronics out of sight into another room in a cabinet so only the wall mounted LED TV and sound bar are visible.

The thought behind the product is good and I liked the fact that it has built in Remote extender. However it fails in quality/implementation.

Because of lots of bad reviews - and now I am adding one - I had decided to try it out - so I put my blu-ray in the garage with the transmitter and put the receiver near the tv in licing room (linear distance about 15 feet with 1 wall in between) - fired it all up an wallah!! - after a few seconds of scanning and pairing (blue lights flashing), the picture shows up. Everything was working great for about 10 or 15 minutes while I stepped away and came back - TV shows the scanning icon again. I was busy with other things so I waited about 5 minutes - and now the picture returns.

So assuming I had not done the setup correctly or that the wall was interfering, I moved the dvd player in the living room but connected to the transmitter. Fired it up and -- nothing -- the transmitter and receiver kept scanning for over 30 minutes. So I power cycled both of them and picture now shows up. Then it worked for about 1 hour and then again - scanning, scanning, scanning...

Next day I did more fiddling around, trying different setups, locations, etc but the issue persists.

Over all about 6 hours wasted on this.
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