- Model Number: BV-1222
brite-View HDelight (BV-1222) Uncompressed 1080p Beam-to-TV Kit
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- Simplify the connection to your HDTV. Share the whole Internet by wirelessly connecting your HD devices like Blu-ray players; HD camcorders; HD Cablebox; or laptop/PC (with HDMI ports) to any TV. It's GOOD for iPad2 (with additional digital AV adapter)
- Wirelessly transmits digital entertainment content such as Netflix; Hulu and YouTube from your HDMI ready PC to your HDTV
- 3Gb/s data transfer speed; No noticeable latency (Less than 1ms); great for PC or online gaming
- Supports up to 1080p@60Hz for up to 30 feet (line-of-sight); wireless HDMI is!
- The transmitter can be USB-powered when using with PC/Laptop. It also comes with a power adaptor for using with other HD devices like Blu-ray players. Plug & Play; the transmitter and receiver automatically detects and connects to each other
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Even though the target of the device seems to be for broadcasting from a laptop, I just hooked HDMI from my home theater receiver to the transmitter, then the brite-View receiver to the projector. It works flawlessly in 1080p with absolutely no noticeable lag. I know this because I play both first-person shooters and rhythm games, both of which require lag-free controller response and they've worked great. If you're looking at this product as a way to connect a distant video device with the rest of your setup, look no further. I can also attest that it doesn't cause any kind of wireless interference with an Xbox 360, Google TV, or PS3.
My wife likes to watch her shows while she cooks so I have a three way splitter before the transmitter. I use it to send either DirectTV, Western Digital player (serving up media from my PC or Netflix), or XBOX from my living room to the dining room/kitchen TV. I can either see the same thing on both TV's or choose separate content without affecting what I'm watching in the living room.
In terms of distance I've gotten 30 feet into another room with the doors closed without loosing the signal. I repeated the test several time over the course of a few days to be sure it was stable.
I did have some connection issues within the first two weeks, but pushing the channel button seemed to resolve it after a few minutes. I haven't have any repeat occurrences.
Th only issue that comes up is my wife (ba-dum-bum-CHING), lol, she usually has both TV's on in separate rooms for whatever reason showing the same thing, so when I come in I turn one off usually the living room... I hate wasting electricity.. It seems like the transmitter detects a loss in signal strength and I loose the picture/connection to the other TV with the receiver for over 60 seconds. It restores it after but it's pretty annoying for my wife to stare a static for over a minute. In defense of the device it's probably the way I have it connected with the splitters. I'm ok with that limitation, if there is one, but to her it's my fault for turning off the other TV not really the device.
Update: November, 2012
1 year and 1 month later it died on me! The received displays searching for signal and will not connect.Read more ›
I'd be in so much trouble if I have to run HDMI cable or Cat5e/6 alternatives. Breaking dry-walls and drilling thru the floor etc...ugh. So much thinking of running HDMI from upstairs that it gives me a headeache. And even so if I could do it, it may cost me even more. Given if cabling method was good then the picture quality could be better than this setup. I saw some pixelation around the mouse pointer when you use it. Besides that, nothing big at first impression without fine-tuning at all. I plan to raise up the receiver to higher elevation to be closer to the transmit signal and it could be better. So far, I don't have to do anything else to get it working as described. A happy camper.
**Update: Reduce my rating to 4/5
I had to confirm my setup by transmitting from a different PC in the same living room a few feet away. Yet, the picture is still pixelated at areas there are movement on the screen. However, still pictures & photo displays are perfect, no blemishes. But just as soon as something moves, you'd see pixelation and blemishes around the area such as a mouse pointer move, click on a button, resize the window, etc. These blemishes are noticeable the closer you are to the screen. It's less annoying when you're far away as you don't see that much details.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
When they have a strong signal they work perfectly with clear sound and audio. Unfortunately I have concrete walls to struggle with, so external antennas would make it better and... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Lars Markhus
Was happy to find this new old stock item. My original 1222 worked 24/7 for 3 years before the transmitter failed. Read morePublished 24 months ago by B Samson
Product did work alright for awhile, then starting losing the connection between the devices. A quick power cycle would fix the problem. Read morePublished on January 1, 2014 by Greg
It is the best I have seen, works great recommended it to all my friends. I haven't had a single problem love it.Published on March 10, 2013 by Steven
The transmitter uses passive heat dissipation through radiating vents on top and bottom: this does not provide enough heat dissipation as the unit will heat up quickly and begin... Read morePublished on March 2, 2013 by S. Venditti
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UPDATE: After about a month to determine the unit was... Read more
I had purchased another companies HDMI transmitter. That unit was difficult to setup and never did work. Read morePublished on January 4, 2013 by D.Bell
So line of sight really does mean "human line of sight" so do not expect to get this working down a short hall from you desktop computer. Read morePublished on December 27, 2012 by James Tomkinson