- Model Number: BV-2322
brite-View Air SyncHD (BV-2322) Uncompressed 1080p Video/ Audio Wireless Transmission Kit
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- Air- bridge your HDMI-ready device and HDTV in uncompressed 1080p HD quality
- Hybrid Transmission (Loop-through Connection): transmit HD video/ audio signals through wired and wireless
- brite-View's Exclusive Transmission Enhancement Technology: up to 100 feet (1080i) / 66 feet (1080p),
- IR technology enabled for easy remote control operation
- Plug & Play: no software installation required ;Less than 1ms latency making it ideal for PC and online gaming; HDMI 1.3 supported
- line-of-sight; Support up to 1080p@ 60Hz HD quality resolution and 1080i @ WIDE mode
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I just plugged everything in and wa-la, it just worked. It came up in "wide" mode - not certain if that's the default or if it changes depending upon input.
My office has to be "noisy" RF-wise. Although we don't have any land-line and thus cordless phones, I do run a 802.11n setup and I have about 6 computers on around the receiver. My cell phone (iphone) is also sitting within 2 ft of the receiver.
I shut the door to the bedroom - it had no impact on PQ or signal. I get 3 bars on the brightview OSD for signal strength. Switched to wide mode off and it didn't make a difference - however, I suspect it would if I was trying to send a 1080p signal.
Now for the crucial info...how far is my transmitter from the receiver? Well, point-to-point, just under 20ft, but that's through walls/floor as the bedroom with the transmitter is not right above the office and there's no overlap of the rooms. We have wood flooring with walls of sheet rock over wood studs. And since RF doesn't "bend", the brightview is able to punch through the ceiling/floor/walls/ducting/insulation and give me what I had hoped for. I had planned on mounting the units on the wall close to room openings to max the signal - but that is completely unnecessary. I simply have them placed next to the 211 in the bedroom (about 1/2 way in) and behind the TV in the office (all the way in the room against a wall).
The IR extender is a nice bonus - it works through the brightview receiver/transmitter.Read more ›
One possible option to consider: The Air SynchHD only has one HDMI-in port but I have hooked it up with a IO Gear HDMI smart switch and can use it with our cable box, PS3 and Blu-Ray player. The smart switch just sends the signal for whichever one is on to the transmitter. So, we can do movies, watch cable or play games outside (or in our exercise room). I definitely recommend this setup for anyone who wants to be able to use more than one HD device with the transmitter. It is much easier than disconnecting and reconnecting cables every time you want to switch from cable box to blu-ray, etc..Read more ›
A few very minor issues prevented me from giving 5 stars overall: after changing channels on the TiVo, the picture comes up almost immediately, but for some reason the sound is muted for about 10 sec. on the remote TV (the local TV doesn't have this problem). Turning on a 2nd TV when one is already on blanks the picture on the first set for about 15-20 seconds. And finally, there seem to be occasional signal dropouts which affect both the local and remote TV. But these are relatively minor issues, and on the whole I really like the product.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Had this for a couple of years now, works great, except when you pass it through a sound bar, the video will sometimes drop out. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Jacqual
The Brite View works well, but will only survive its internal hear generation if you pop the tab in the back-top and prop open the top plastic "lid". Read morePublished 13 months ago by Just Me
Worked marginally ok for 16 months and stopped syncing. It always had problems getting the sync to hold. Called Zinnet and they suggested to reboot. That didn't work. Read morePublished 17 months ago by slow cooker
I have this device since for a while. It work perfect in my apartment with over 20 other people for several weeks. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Thomas Simmons
I bought this in 2011 to run HDMI between floors from my Dish satellite box. It worked well at first, about 15 feet in distance and through one floor. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Bob
Quite happy with the performance. However, two issues. The first was that if I was away for a week or longer, it would many times be problematic to get the connection working... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Supercdb
The good: this will transmit excellent HD video with audio with 2 component and 2 HDMI inputs. This is the only unit that will accept component inputs. Read morePublished on January 24, 2014 by Jay B. Sigel
Great for hdmi......only negative is it tends to run hot to the touch after a few hours of use. Otherwise greatPublished on January 18, 2014 by Cindy Koons