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Sony DMEX DMXWL1 BRAVIA Wireless HD Link

by Sony

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  • Wireless HD transmission of video and audio to your compatible Sony HDTV from up to 65 feet away
  • Real-time transmission for true gaming experience
  • Support up to 5 HD sources (4HDMI, 1 component video)
  • Control your BRAVIA HDTV and connected equipment with the included remote control
  • Easy to mount receiver remains concealed behind your compatible BRAVIA HDTV
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameSony
Item Weight6 pounds
Product Dimensions11.4 x 9 x 8.2 inches
Item model numberDMXWL1
Color NameBlack
Specification MetEnergy Star
  
Additional Information
ASINB001FB53OQ
Best Sellers Rank #71,190 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6.8 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableApril 18, 2005
  
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Product Description

Product Description

Sony DMX-WL1 BRAVIA Wireless Link Module Simplify your home theater. This Wireless Link module and your compatible BRAVIA HDTV make in-wall wiring and juggling multiple remotes a thing of the past. Make the most of your TV viewing experience with the DMX-WL1 Wireless Video Link module and your compatible BRAVIA HDTV. Consisting of two units, a receiver and transmitter, this module delivers wireless uncompressed HD transmission of your A/V devices. The Wireless Video Link receiver easily mounts to the back of your BRAVIA HDTV and eliminates thehassles of in-wall wiring while the transmitter supports up to five source devices (four HDMI inputs, one component video input). You can also operate your TV and connected source devices with the included remote. Features: * Wireless Transmission: Transmitter and Receiver provide a wirelessHD link between your A/V equipment and your compatible BRAVIA HDTV1 from up to 65 feet away. * Installation: Enjoy the benefit of a "professional installation look" without the need for in-wall wiring and multiple remote controls * Supports up to 5 HD sources (4 HDMI, 1 component video) * Operating frequency 5 GHz band * Supports up to 1080i input sources Specifications: Format(s)Supported : Up to 1080/60i Inputs and Outputs: HDMI Connection Output(s) : x1 Format(s) Supported : Up to 1080/60i Power Consumption (in Operation) : 10W Power Consumption (in Standby) : Less than 1.5W Power Requirements : AC Adapter (In 120V AC, 60Hz; Out DC 9V) Inputs and Outputs Component Video (Y/Pb/Pr ) Input(s) : x1 DC-In : x1 (for supplied AC adapter only) HDMI?Connection Input(s) : x4 Inputs (L/R stereo x1 input) IR Blaster : x3 Terminals (Ctrl 5 Devices) S/PDIF Output(s) : x1 Weights and Measurements Dimensions (Approx.) : Transmitter: 8 3/8 x 2 x 9" (210 x 50 x 226 mm) without stand; 4 3/4 x 9 1/8 x 9" (118 x 229 x 226 mm) with stand. Receiver: 7 1/2 x 1 3/8 x 5 1/2" (190 x

From the Manufacturer

Sony’s Wireless Link Module (DMX-WL1) is a two-piece system that wirelessly transmits high-definition video (up to 1080i) and audio to compatible BRAVIA TVs. The unit’s receiver attaches to the back of the TV and connects via an HDMI cable. The transmitter connects to up to five HD sources (four HDMI, one component) and transmits content up to 65 feet to the TV.

The transmitter is controlled via the included remote control which also controls the TV.

Expandability
Transmitter and Receiver provide a wireless HD link between your A/V equipment and your compatible BRAVIA HDTV from up to 65 feet away.

Installation
Enjoy the benefit of a “professional installation look” without the need for in-wall wiring and multiple remote controls.

HD sources
Supports up to 5 HD sources (4 HDMI, 1 component video)

Operating Frequency
Operating frequency 5 GHz band

1080i input sources
Supports up to 1080i input sources

Technical Specifications


Receiver

  • Video
    • Format(s) Supported : Up to 1080/60i
  • Inputs and Outputs
    • HDMI Connection Output(s) : x1
Transmitter
  • Video
    • Format(s) Supported : Up to 1080/60i
  • Inputs and Outputs
    • Component Video (Y/Pb/Pr ) Input(s) : x1
    • DC-In : x1 (for supplied AC adapter only)
    • HDMI™ Connection Input(s) : x4 Inputs (L/R stereo x1 input)
    • IR Blaster : x3 Terminals (Ctrl 5 Devices)
    • S/PDIF Output(s) : x1
Weights and Measurements
  • Dimensions (Approx.)
    • Transmitter: 8 3/8 x 2 x 9" (210 x 50 x 226 mm) without stand; 4 3/4 x 9 1/8 x 9" (118 x 229 x 226 mm) with stand
    • Receiver: 7 1/2 x 1 3/8 x 5 1/2" (190 x 34 x 139mm)
  • Weight (Approx.)
    • Transmitter: 1.9 lb (0.87kg) with stand, 1.8 lb (0.82kg) without stand
    • Receiver: 1 lb (0.45kg)
Power
  • Power Consumption (in Operation) : 10W (Receiver); 10W (Transmitter)
  • Power Consumption (in Standby) : Less than 1.5W (Receiver); Less than 1.5W (Tranmitter)
  • Power Requirements : AC Adapter (In 120V AC, 60Hz; Out 9V DC), Transmitter; AC Adapter (In 120V AC, 60Hz; Out 9V DC), Receiver
Service and Warranty Information
  • Limited Warranty Term : 1 year parts / 1 year labor

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Setup was easy, and worked flawlessly.
J. Yang
On an expensive product, not a great situation.
Carp King
And yes, I was suckered by the SONY rep.
iheartSONY

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By J. Yang on September 23, 2009
I got this unit from another site where they have the 40" XBR for $999 and this comes free with it. Setup was easy, and worked flawlessly. Have the receiver hooked up to a Sony TV (Sony website lists compatible TVs that will work with this receiver, looks like all their TVs are on the list), one nice thing about the receiver is that it has HDMI control, so when you turn off the TV, the receiver is turned off too.

Picture quality is great, and there is no detectable delay with the signal going through the wireless transmission, I have the transmitter hooked up via component cable from satellite box, and an HDMI connected TV from the same satellite box and the two TVs appear to be in sync.

When the unit first powers on, there is a 3 ~ 5 second delay before you would see any picture on the wireless connected TV. The distance between my transmitter and receiver is about 50 feet with no line of sight and both picture and sound are perfect with no interference from cordless phones (I have DECT 5.8GHz), wireless lan (mine is running at 2.4GHz) or microwave.

Highly recommended if you have a Sony TV.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By C. Nichols on June 25, 2009
This product works great...when it works. The problem is since this is on the bleeding edge of technology it has a number of glitches. The largest problem you are going to run into has nothing to do with signal interference, but rather signal compatibility. I hooked up an Xbox360, Cable Box, PS3, and DVD player/sound system and sent the video signal to my projector and used the Toslink out for the sound which went to my DVD player/sound system. For the Xbox360 I could get video to get sent to my projector, but the sound wouldn't transmit to my sound system. For my PS3, which is made by the same company, I could get sound just fine, but no video. The only thing that worked properly is playing a DVD, but that was because the sound was localized to the system already otherwise I'm sure I would have gotten video only out of it. Bottom line, for video games and tv there was no lag, no contouring, and no pixilation. I ended up returning this product and opting for a hard wire run and just putting cable covers on to hide the cords. My advice, wait for the second generation of this product, and if you are going to buy make sure there is a good return policy...that's why I bought it on Amazon.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J. Russell on November 1, 2010
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I had my eye on this product since 2008, and just recently I purchased it. I almost passed it up by reading the previous reviews; good thing I gave it a shot. Currently, I have the WL1 connected to my PS3, to keep it out-of-sight-out-of-mind. Thinking that sony is as sony does, I tried to route the receiver through my STR-DN1000. After hours (HOURS) of troubleshooting, I nearly gave in and was ready to return the unit. Then I consulted the manual (why do we always result to the manual as a last resort?) and routed the receiver to the HDMI port of my KDL-46EX700. Perfecto!!!! After some tweaking, I also had 7.1 surround sound. In short, I am pleased with everything. Sony and Amazon gets kudos.
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By bharadw on August 30, 2011
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I have always been a Sony fan. Recently bought Bravia LED 3D TV and after wall mounting it, I was looking for a decent HD transmitter. Once I came to know about DMXWL1, I was excited but lack of good reviews and since its discontinued model I was little skeptical. After much deliberation went with it and do not regret it at all. Great product. I am surprised that Sony discontinued it. May be they can not get premium price that they earlier set. I think for 299 it is total worth it though.

About the product - Set up was fairly easy. I was up and functional within 10 minutes. My TV and receiver is about 35 feet apart and picture quality is good. No disturbance even though I have 5.8 GHz wireless and telephone around. Switching between devices is fairly easy .. As mentioned by others and Sony accepts its as well that it takes 4-5 seconds for device to sync when you switch from one input to other. I dont think its that a bigger deal though. Its not 1080p but I I dont think any programs other than DVD are 1080p .. 1080i is more than good enough

IR blasters are pretty handy and quite useful. I have programmed Dish DVR and FioS Cable box to be operated via given RF remote. Set up quite easy and start up guide helps you with it.

All in all. Solid product .. Sony Rocks !

(4 stars just because I have used it only for couple days so far but no reason it will stop working. Also haven't tried from another room .. )
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By hawkster on February 7, 2011
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I live in a 4 level split and had been looking for a way to get a HD signal from one level to another without having to run a HDMI cable. This unit works perfectly. It is connected to my Sony LED TV, so compatibility is not an issue but not sure if it would be anyways. The setup is relatively easy and once setup you are good to go. I'm not sure why this type of system is not more readily available...had checked Best Buy and Future Shop in my city and no one had a unit like this, so i was happy when I found it on Amazon. Shipping was surprisingly fast...one week to Canada. Would definitely recommend!!!!
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By Mike on January 12, 2011
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I use this product to keep my PS3 out of sight and mind and to make the whole wall mount look magic with NO wires hanging around. Has a strong signal, and many inputs. Throws Dolby 5.1 as well! Only gripe is sometimes signal will drop for a sec, and the resolution has to reconfigure itself. This may ne because the unit is clear in another room and should not detract from the quality of the product. Unit is rather large to "hide" in a wall mount setup though. I am very pleased with it though.
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