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Nyrius ARIES Pro Wireless HDMI Transmitter and Receiver To Stream HD 1080p 3D Video From Laptop, PC, Cable, Netflix, YouTube, PS4, Xbox 1, Drones, Pro Camera, To HDTV/Projector/Monitor (NPCS600)
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- Stream HD 1080p 3D movies, TV shows, video wirelessly from your laptop, PC, Mac, UAV/FPV Drone, HDSLR Camera to HDTV, projector, or monitor
- High performance, powerful long-range signal transmits through walls, floors, & ceilings, up to 100ft away (streaming line of sight results in maximum range)
- Send crystal clear, uncompressed HD video & digital audio with ease. Signal experiences zero latency (real time) even when streaming 3D video to an 1080p device
- Easy to install plug 'n play set up eliminates the need to install expensive, inconvenient cables. No software or WiFi connection required. Transmitter: 1x HDMI input, Receiver: 1x HDMI output
- Compact transmitter design suited for laptops, UAV Drones and streaming live camera footage & any other HDMI source to a monitor; powered by USB.
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|Connectivity Technology||Wireless||Wi-Fi||Built-in Wi-Fi||—|
|Item Dimensions||6.74 x 1.81 x 8.35 in||3 x 3 x 1 in||1.53 x 2.91 x 0.43 in||3.63 x 8 x 10.88 in|
|Item Weight||1 lb||6.4 ounces||1.44 ounces||—|
|Internet Applications||Browser, Amazon Instant Video, YouTube, Skype, iTunes||youtube, hulu, netflix||Browser||Browser, iTunes, YouTube, Skype, Netflix|
|Total HDMI Ports||—||0||1||1|
|Total Usb Ports||—||1||0||1|
Break free from your cable bill. The Internet is an abundant source of movies and videos and with ARIES Pro you can stream it to your TV wirelessly. This convenient system allows you to browse the Internet, stream media from Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, and more.
Videographers can use the ARIES Pro to stream video from their UAV Drones, HDSLRs, & video cameras. Add a USB power source to your camera setup to freely move into tight spaces and unbelievable heights all while monitoring your footage remotely in real time.
Play video games from your desktop PC or laptop, PS4, or Xbox One on your TV wirelessly, with zero latency. ARIES Pro will provide audio and video that is completely in sync.
Easy Plug & Play Setup
Mount your projector or HDTV without the hassle of hiding messy cables. Instant connection with no software, complicated setup, or WiFi needed.
Use your laptop screen for notes while displaying your presentation on the boardroom TV. Have your laptop by your side without being tied down by a short HDMI cable.
High Performance Long Range Signal
ARIES Pro allows for powerful, no latency wireless transmission of true 1080p HD video from an HDMI source. Send crystal clear video through walls, floors, & ceilings up to 100ft away without interference from WiFi or Bluetooth devices. Streaming line of sight results in maximum range.
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From my analysis, syncing is not an issue. The voice and sound that is transmitted plays back exactly the same time. There is a slight delay when you observing both the source video and output video, but when it is received, playback is fine.
Range and Noise:
The range is very short. From my testing, it works very well when you're in the same room. Once you add a wall there is some noise or slight stuttering or interference in the form blocky artifacts. Nyrius ARIES Prime is not designed to transmit through too much obstructions.
The product is very versatile in that, it can jump from one channel to another once it senses possible interference. If you have a 5GHz wifi in your home and your neighbor is also occupying some 5GHz channels, this device will adjust to a channel with the least amount of interference seemlessly! From my observation, it seems to transmit with a 40MHz wide channel which works very well most of the time.
The biggest limitation I can see is that range of the device. As you move further away, blocky interference starts to show. You might even see little specks where the image doesn't completely refresh. Usually it works best when it's in the same room. The transmitter does get pretty warm as well, but still safe to touch.
Overall, I think it's still a good device, perfect for presentations and movies. With the short range and high price, it might be easier to just get an HDMI cable! I would also recommend this product for people who want less visible cables to their TV.
I hadn't hooked it up for over a year so I assume there is no warranty.
UPDATE: Although past the warranty Shoptronics immediately contacted me and insisted they replace the failed units. Very professional and courteous. I've increased my rating based on their response and will again if the new unit performs well.
Needless to say, the high end ($2000 per unit) did ok for simple camera to field monitor, close range, but not so much for live events where drop outs or interference is unacceptable.
So we returned the high end system, purchased these to try, and in my opinion... Its the same hardware... Just cased differently. So basically the $2000 pro cine models are nearly identical hardware, recased, and modded perhaps with an HDMI to SDI input adapter.
What these are GREAT for: Sending HDMI HD 1080 Video across a room in a non-critical environment (meaning youre simply viewing, not relying on it to record or stream live). You can use it on a laptop in a presentation environment. Send HDMI from a moving camera to a reference monitor for the director to watch. HOWEVER, you really do need line of sight between the transmitter and the receiver. Even at 10-20 feet, drop outs can happen if the transmitter moves around corners, into another room, or is behind a closed door. We setup our receiver (Rx) on a C-Stand, and raise it up in the air, because even people, bodies, etc, in a crowded room can cause the occasional glitch. Line of sight, unobstructed, <30-40 feet and it works rock solid.
Dont count on it for critical feed solutions, such as to a record deck, switcher, or live stream event. Run HDSDI.
Also, these units dont fair well outdoors. Likely because the Rx relies on the Tx's signal from bouncing off walls. In an open space, the signal has nothing to contain the feed... So distance and line of sight become even more critical.
For the money, the unit IS handsdown the best WHDMI solution out there. Skip the $1500-$3000 models from pro-video suppliers. This is the same thing. Unless youre going to drop $20,000+ on a truly pro-wireless setup, this is your unit.
Lastly, in regards to delay, the image is visually delay free. Likely 1 frame behind... which isnt noticable to most people. However, if you run this in a setup where other gen-lock sync events occur, that 1 frame (plus other 1 frame delays introduced by other hardware) may become an issue.
Unfortunately, this system uses unlicensed radio frequencie which are also used by many others. Its operation so far appears to also be easily disrupted by those other systems and even by systems using nearby frequencies. When it works, it works well, with excellent picture quality and no apparent latency (delay). But in practice, it maintains connection for only a few minutes at a time, with operation frequently failing. When that happens, the screen goes blank for several minutes before the system finally reboots and resets. This model is clearly not robust enough for use in critical applications. Residential functionality may be fine, but I have not had opportunity yet to test it there. It is not suitable for use in our offices.