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No. I'm using mine on a second floor Server and a TV that is on the first floor and the floor is about 14" thick. As the bird flies it is only about 15 feet and works great. No. The Receiver uses a HDMI cable to plug in to the TV. The system is HDMI to HDMI and powered by USB with A/C adapters.
By Stevely on January 9, 2014
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The transmission frequencies of these units are 4.9~ 5.9GHz (with Dynamic Frequency Selecting (DFS)). 256 encryption that can not be changed.
By Customer Experience Team on November 13, 2014
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Both screens? If you want to 2 displays to show the same you need to buy an HDMI Splitter with 1IN and 2 or more OUT. I use this to stream the signs from a PC to 4 tv's with a splitter.
By Rolando Martinez on May 27, 2015
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Nyrius has made several improvement to NPCS550 Pro, the unit was also selling at a lower promotional price for sometime. This is why the unit appears to have jumped in price more than it really has.
By Customer Experience Team on February 24, 2015
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I would say that the answer is no. The Nyrius transmitter and receiver are designed to work with each other. If you have built-in WiDi, you do not need any dongle. But . . .you will still need to purchase a receiver that works with WiDi.
Here is a link that will give you some basic information.
http://www.pcworld.com/a… see more
I would say that the answer is no. The Nyrius transmitter and receiver are designed to work with each other. If you have built-in WiDi, you do not need any dongle. But . . .you will still need to purchase a receiver that works with WiDi.
Here is a link that will give you some basic information.
http://www.pcworld.com/article/2044749/its-a-widi-shootout-actiontecs-screenbeam-pro-vs-netgears-push2tv.html
The Nyrius can be a little fickle during the setup but once I got it dialed in, I was (and am) extremely satisfied with its function and display. Based on current technology, I think the Nyrius setup (and dongle) is the way to go. see less
I would say that the answer is no. The Nyrius transmitter and receiver are designed to work with each other. If you have built-in WiDi, you do not need any dongle. But . . .you will still need to purchase a receiver that works with WiDi.
Here is a link that will give you some basic information.
http://www.pcworld.com/article/2044749/its-a-widi-shootout-actiontecs-screenbeam-pro-vs-netgears-push2tv.html
The Nyrius can be a little fickle during the setup but once I got it dialed in, I was (and am) extremely satisfied with its function and display. Based on current technology, I think the Nyrius setup (and dongle) is the way to go.

By dawg on October 18, 2013
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i found that manufacturer says you can only use one system, but some user are using two system without problem. that's what i've found so far.
By Hyun-Woo J. on February 3, 2014
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Hmm, I've never had problems with the audio connection becoming "lost" with an HDMI connection before, so I can only assume that you may have a bad HDMI cable. If you don't mind an HDMI cable, then probably a cheaper solution is to get another HDMI cable and see if you still have the problem. Otherwise, I would be kind… see more Hmm, I've never had problems with the audio connection becoming "lost" with an HDMI connection before, so I can only assume that you may have a bad HDMI cable. If you don't mind an HDMI cable, then probably a cheaper solution is to get another HDMI cable and see if you still have the problem. Otherwise, I would be kind of worried about your laptop HDMI connector. You might want to use/borrow another laptop to see if you have the same problem. In any case, I have tried 5 different laptops (Toshiba, Dell, Apple (Air Mac), Sony, Lenovo) using the Aries and have outstanding success (easy connection, etc.). However, these laptops worked just fine (originally) with an HDMI cable - we just got tired of tripping over the cables all of the time. see less Hmm, I've never had problems with the audio connection becoming "lost" with an HDMI connection before, so I can only assume that you may have a bad HDMI cable. If you don't mind an HDMI cable, then probably a cheaper solution is to get another HDMI cable and see if you still have the problem. Otherwise, I would be kind of worried about your laptop HDMI connector. You might want to use/borrow another laptop to see if you have the same problem. In any case, I have tried 5 different laptops (Toshiba, Dell, Apple (Air Mac), Sony, Lenovo) using the Aries and have outstanding success (easy connection, etc.). However, these laptops worked just fine (originally) with an HDMI cable - we just got tired of tripping over the cables all of the time.
By MRI Queen on October 28, 2013
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hi, in my experience with this model, anything that crosses in between the units creates an interference! try an hdmi extender from your source so that the sender is also above anything that might cross in between them, also the most common interferences with this units are wireless routers, high band phones and microw… see more hi, in my experience with this model, anything that crosses in between the units creates an interference! try an hdmi extender from your source so that the sender is also above anything that might cross in between them, also the most common interferences with this units are wireless routers, high band phones and microwave sources. aputure will launch a wireless unit good for 100 meters with zero delay and full hd this summer for less than 500 usd, wait for it and stop suffering. see less hi, in my experience with this model, anything that crosses in between the units creates an interference! try an hdmi extender from your source so that the sender is also above anything that might cross in between them, also the most common interferences with this units are wireless routers, high band phones and microwave sources. aputure will launch a wireless unit good for 100 meters with zero delay and full hd this summer for less than 500 usd, wait for it and stop suffering.
By Araudio on May 26, 2015
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Yes. This will replace your cable as long as there is a line of site path from the transmitter to the receiver and distance of less than 30 ft. If there isn't a direct line of site, it could still work but the distance will be limited. For instance, I use mine about 20 ft away but the line of site isn't direct. The… see more Yes. This will replace your cable as long as there is a line of site path from the transmitter to the receiver and distance of less than 30 ft. If there isn't a direct line of site, it could still work but the distance will be limited. For instance, I use mine about 20 ft away but the line of site isn't direct. The RF signal path has a 45 degree angle through an open doorway and works fine. see less Yes. This will replace your cable as long as there is a line of site path from the transmitter to the receiver and distance of less than 30 ft. If there isn't a direct line of site, it could still work but the distance will be limited. For instance, I use mine about 20 ft away but the line of site isn't direct. The RF signal path has a 45 degree angle through an open doorway and works fine.
By Daniel D. Hoffman on October 7, 2014