Bring your home theater into the modern age with the AVS105
Internet-based services like Netflix, Hulu, and Xbox Live have revolutionized the world of entertainment, bringing high quality audio, video, and online gaming directly to your home theater – but without complicated network setup, streaming entertainment can all toooften fall victim to low quality video, stuttering audio, and delayed response time.
The AVS105 is the simple, plug-and-play way to optimize any home theater system for streaming music, lag-free gaming, and high definition video – all without worrying about complicated setup or network management.
Features at a glance:
- No complicated setup required.
- 5 gigabit ports (2 high priority and 3 video optimized) provide high-speed access to all networked media devices.
- Optimized for services like Netflix, Hulu, Youtube, iTunes, Windows Media Player, Xbox, and many more!
- Automatic adjustment of power consumption based on cable length and network usage.
Optimized for Streaming
The AVS105 uses a revolutionary onboard Quality of Service engine to automatically detect and optimize streaming media traffic, ensuring the highest quality entertainment experience.
2 high priority gigabit ports provide unimpeded network access to latency sensitive devices like VoIP adapters or game consoles, while 3 video optimized gigabit ports connect directly to media playback devices for automatic optimization of audio and video streams from services like Netflix, Youtube, and Hulu at rates significantly improved over a normal gigabit switch.
Plug and Play Simplicity
The AVS105 is designed to provide users with a hassle-free home theater experience. There’s no management or configuration required, and setup is as simple plugging in an Ethernet cable. The AVS105 ensures high quality, lag free video, audio, and gaming mere minutes out of the box.
IEEE 802.3az Energy Efficient Ethernet compliance allows the AVS105 to save power without compromising performance. For true energy efficiency, the AVS105 is able to both cut power when networked devices aren’t in use, and adjust power consumption based on the length of connected Ethernet cables – all completely automatically.