Friday, 31 March 2017

Newest wireless audio video transmission device with HDMI jack | PAKITE

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HDMI wireless connection for TV, HDMI Transmitter and Receiver

May be you still don't know that, a wireless av sender not just a single audio video transmission device for TV, that means it can be "TV to TV", "TV to set top box", "TV to DVD player", "CCTV camera to DVR", "IPTV to IPTV" and so on. An av sender fits for any device with RCA/AV port, such as TV, DVD player, set top box,  DVR, CCTV Camera, and so on. That isn't a surprising case any more.

But a new av sender you never heard is, it's not full HD 1080P HDMI video sender, but with HDMI jack's av sender, the 720x576P output resolution wireless hdmi transmitter and receiver from PAKITE. It's a new born av sender in the whole world. Nowadays, more and more device such as TV DVD set-top box coming with HDMI port, so, PAKITE brand 720x576p wireless hdmi sender will be the main av transmission product in the future.

Click the picture or the words with 'hdmi' in the URL, will bring you to the page of hdmi product.

Note: the PAKITE hdmi video sender output resolution(720x576p) is better than a wireless av sender, but it requires the video source is 1080P. And the TV size no more than 40 inch.


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My family use it, and it's very good wireless transmit device

Source: My family use it, and it's very good wireless transmit device



we use the PAKITE brand wireless av sender

av signal wireless transmission

Ever, I had to buy more set-top box (STB) if I want to watch TV in different rooms, but it'll not only take me so much, but also add more cables if I do this, and I had no idea that time. A friend told me, a wireless av sender(also known as video sender, Digisender, wireless tv sender, wireless audio video sender) can help me resolved the problem. And he told me the wireless av sender is not only fit for set-top box, it fits for any device with RCA or AV device, such as DVD player, TV, IPTV, satellite receiver, DVR, CCTV Camera, and so on. 

And if my device has HDMI port, PAKITE brand wireless HDMI transmitter and receiver will be very fitable, as it's transmission range is 300 meters, and 5.8GHz Frequency Band, output resolution is 720*576P, and the video is more clear than av sender.

HDMI TV sender, HDMI STB sender, DVD player with HDMI port

wow, it's very nice! I'm not just need av sender for STB, I need cctv camera transmitter and receiver, DVD player av sender. I bought them with PAKITE brand, and I found the device's quality is very good! I also need PAKITE hdmi av sender, it is said that the PAKITE brand hdmi video sender is coming soon, so I can buy it soon.


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AV Sender, also known as wireless av sender, Digisender, video sender, sometime we'll call it wireless tv sender while it is used for TV.

PAKITE brand AV Sender fits for any device with RCA/AV port, such as TV, DVD player, DVR, CCTV camera, IPTV,Satellite receiver, STB(set-top box), and so on.

And PAKITE hdmi wireless transmitter is coming soon, it's av sender with hdmi jack, fit for the device with hdmi jack, receiver output resolution is 720*576p, if you are interested in the hdmi sender, welcome to leave messages with us by this URL:
http://www.pakite.net/products/5-8ghz-hdmi-transmitter-receiver.html




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Wireless HDMI Connection
Wireless HDMI Connection for TV

What is Wireless HDMI?
Wireless HDMI is a technology for serving wireless high definition video and audio in consumer electronics. This is a relatively new technology as you can tell by the low number of products available at this time. However, Wireless HDMI is the perfect alternative to putting holes in your walls to run HDMI cables through. In fact, you can broadcast in full 1080p using most Wireless HDMI kits likes Pakite HDMI kit seen above are designed to help make installs much easier when you can't stick components in the same room.

Future of Wireless HDMI:
Eventually all devices that accept HDMI cables now will have wireless HDMI technology built in. Currently it's just too expensive to use a feature that may not even be used by consumers. Pakite company new launched a HDMI wireless transmitter kit with favorable prices.
PAKITE Brand HDMI Video Sender not the Full HD resolution, but support the most popular HDMI Jack with 720*576P resolution, that’s for cater to the market demands.

Wireless HDMI transmitters:
Many solutions require both a wireless HDMI transmitter and receiver.
A HDMI wireless transmitter is a device that is plugged into the source device, i.e., your computer. The transmitter records the computer screen and sends it to a receiver through some kind of wireless connection.
Pros: It uses its own wireless frequency and therefore often a good and stable streaming quality.
Cons: You need to plug an USB or HDMI stick into your computer. This rules out mobile or tablet use straightaway. And if you don’t have a compatible HDMI port on your computer, you will need an adapter and converter, as is the case with a regular HDMI cable.

Why use wireless HDMI?
Well, who would use wires if you can make it wireless?


Wireless HDMI is necessary when a wired connection would be too clunky or inconvenient. It’s certainly better than having to install cables underneath the floor or in the walls of an office or creating DIY solutions that involve zip ties and duct tape to run the cables along the floor.



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Thursday, 30 March 2017

PAKITE HDMI Video Sender - Advantage


PAKITE HDMI Video Sender - Advantage


Now, there is some of Full HDMI Wireless av sender( wireless av sender also known as Video Sender, Wireless TV sender, DigiSender ), Full HD Resolution with 10-50 Meter covering range. So what is the advantage of PAKITE HDMI Wireless AV Sender?

PAKITE Brand Wireless HDMI Transmitter and Receiver support 480P,576P,720P,1080I,1080P@60Hz resolution input by HDMI Jack, the output resolution is 720*576P.

PAKITE Brand HDMI Video Sender not the Full HD resolution, but support the most popular HDMI Jack with 720*576P resolution, that’s for cater to the market demands.

After review the above parameter, Full HDMI Wireless transmitter and receiver seems like much better than PAKITE Brand.

PAKITE Brand HDMI Video Sender support One transmitter and many receiver; But most of Full HD resolution video sender do not support one transmitter and many receiver, only for point to point transmission.

PAKITE Brand HDMI Video Sender support used at different rooms: But most of Full HD resolution video sender only support used at the same room, since the bandwidth the covering range will be very short, like 50 Meter or less.

PAKITE Brand HDMI Wireless AV Sender unit price is much cheaper than Full HDMI resolution, Full HDMI wireless av sender with 200 meter covering range unit price cost around 350-400usd per sets for wholesale, but as for PAKITE Brand Wireless AV Sender around 100usd for wholesale.



Comparing all the fact, 720*576P resolution will be much suitable for family use.




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HDMI video sender

The basic idea behind the Wireless HDMI AV Sender (HDMI Video Sender) is simple: make user can enjoy freely wireless HD AV sharing data and Hi-Fi audio and video effect.

Scenarios where these could transmitting signal from a Blu-ray player at one end of a room to other rooms without having to worry about the usual long cable run, or sending a satellite receiver signal from the living room to bedroom without second-room subscription. But at the same times, you can not review different program at different TV ends.

The HDMI Wireless AV Sender use 5.8Ghz frequency rather than 2.4Ghz frequency band, that because most of WiFi router is 2.4Ghz frequency band, the HDMI wireless  transmitter is 5.8Ghz frequency can effectively avoid interference.



The HDMI Video Sender support 300meter transmission range depends on there not being any walls between the transmitter and receiver, as we know, if there is wall as obstacle will reduce the transmission range, after passed one wall as obstacle, the transmission range will be 10meter.




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Wednesday, 29 March 2017

PAKITE Brand HDMI Wireless A/V Sender - feature

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PAKITE Brand Wireless HDMI Transmitter and Receiver - feature

What is HDMI wireless av sender( Wireless HDMI transmitter and receiver )? Simply, it is a device to replace the cable for transmit analog or digital signal.

The following is the wireless av sender feature:

They look like wireless routers,thanks to their small size it’s pretty easy to hide them, and their elegance design to adornment the TV bench .

HDMI Wireless AV Sender allowing you to transmit audio video wirelessly from HDMI signal source at living room to a television at another room. It's a simple concept and there are some drawbacks, but for many households it's a timely solution to an annoying problem.



HDMI Sender make you can enjoy freely wireless HD AV sharing data and Hi-Fi audio and video effect.



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An HDMI Receiver is a newer technology. There are lots of different types of HDMI receivers available that can be purchased today. They are starting to become a standard for the technology produced, and depending on what type of equipment you have, you may need an HDMI receiver. And HDMI receiver will work together with HDMI sender (transmitter).

HDMI is short for high-definition multimedia interface. In the past, HDMI was known as a cable that you purchased that hooked up to your TV or PC. This cable transferred multimedia data from your TV or PC to a receiver. The receiver sorted out the data and puts a picture on your TV. Created in 2003, this technology has come a long way in the past few years.

The HDMI receiver can be bulky. It basically passes one technology through to the next. So, if you have something that doesn’t support the HDMI cables you have to have a receiver that can unscramble the data and put it on your TV or your computer. The receiver can route the HDMI data from 3 different sources and put it all in one. This will take away the need to have an HDMI switcher.

There are many different types of the HDMI receiver. Some of these types have two or three different HDMI ports that you can plug into. So, if you have lots of different pieces of technology all hooked up, you don’t need a ton of cords. All you have to do is plug it into the receiver and switch between the different options with the remote. It makes it easy. No unplugging to use another piece of equipment!

HDMI specializes in helping with analog-to-digital video conversion. By having a receiver, you have only one cable running to convert your picture from analog-to-digital. This has helped increase technology, and does away with some older models of TV’s and computer screens to make room for newer technologies.

The HDMI receiver has really simplified the process of hooking your various technologies and running them through your TV or computer. Before, you had to have a connector, a certain port, a plug that helped convert one thing to another. Once HDMI was developed, it did away with all that. With the capability run eight different data sources through one plug, it is so much easier.

If you’re looking to make your TV set up easier, it’s time to invest in an HDMI receiver. You’ll be so pleased with the lack of cables and cords running everywhere that you’ll wonder why you didn’t do this sooner. Take a look at how HDMI receivers can help you, and stop overwhelming yourself. Technology is made to be simple.

Upgrading to HDMI cables and HDMI receivers is great. If you haven’t invested yet, now is the time. Go get an HDMI box and watch the difference that it will make. You’ll be so happy; you’ll never go back to your previous technology.

PAKITE HDMI av sender with HDMI jack, is fit for the TV device with HDMI port. And a HDMI sender contains a HDMI wireless transmitter and a recevier.

 
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An audio/video receiver (AVR) (also known as av receiver, wireless av receiver, Digireceiver, wireless tv receiver, video receiver) is a consumer electronics unit used in a home theater. Its primary purpose is to receive audio and video signals from a number of sources and process them to drive loudspeakers and a display. Possible displays include, television, monitor, or video projector while the inputs may come from, television, satellite receiver, radio, DVD players, Blu-ray Disc players, VCRs, and video game consoles. The AVR source signal and other settings, including volume, are normally set by a remote controller.And the wireless av receiver always works with the wireless av transmitter, multi receivers can receive signal from one transmitter.

Usage



The term receiver basically refers to an amplifier that has a built-in radio tuner. With AV receiver the basic functionality is to receive an audio signal, amplify the audio signal, and allow pass-through of the corresponding video signal to a display device such as a projector or a television.





As home entertainment options expanded, so did the role of the receiver. The ability to handle a variety of digital audio signals was added. More amplifiers were added for surround-sound playback. Video switching was added to simplify changing from one device to another. Within the last few years, video processing has been added to many receivers.





The term audio/video receiver (AVR) or Home Theater Receiver is used to distinguish the multi-channel audio video receiver (home theater receiver) from the simpler stereo receiver, though the primary function of both is amplification.





AV receiver may also be known as digital audio video receiver or digital media renderers.



The AV receiver is classified as an audio frequency electronic amplifier. But with the rapid addition of several features, AV receivers now generally have significant additional functionality.

Features



Channels


Stereo receivers have two channels of amplification, while AV receivers may have more than two. The standard for AV receivers is five channels of amplification. These are usually referred to as 5.1 receivers. This provides for a left, right, center, left surround and right surround speaker to be powered by the receiver. 7.1 receivers are becoming more common and provide for two additional surround channels, left rear surround and right rear surround. The ".1" refers to the LFE (low-frequency effects/bass) channel, the signal of which is usually sent to an amplified subwoofer unit. 5.1 and 7.1 receivers don't usually provide amplification for this channel. Instead, they provide a line level output.





Amplifier power




Audio amplifier power, normally specified in Watts, is not always as significant as it may seem from the specification. Due to the logarithmic nature of human hearing, audio power or sound pressure level (SPL), must be increased by ten times to sound twice as loud. This is why SPL is measured on a logarithmic scale in decibels (dBs). An increase of 10dBs results in a perceived doubling of loudness. Another complication with human hearing is that as the SPL decreases the perceived volume of the low and high frequencies decreases faster than the central frequencies around 2 kHz.



There are different standards for rating amplifier power depending on country, manufacturer, and model. Other factors also come into play: distortion, headroom, speaker efficiency. Thus, it is possible for an amplifier with a specified lower power to sound louder than an amplifier with a specified higher power.



Because of theses factors it is not easy to compare the perceived loudness of amplifiers solely from their specified power in Watts.



Decoders




AV receivers usually provide one or more decoders for sources with more than two channels of audio information. This is most common with movie soundtracks, which use one of a variety of different types of encoding formats.





The first common soundtrack format was Dolby Pro Logic, a surround sound processing technology. This format contains a center channel and a surround channel mixed into the left and right channels using a process called matrixing, providing a total of four channels. Receivers with Dolby Pro Logic decoders can separate out the center and surround channels from the left and right channels.





With the introduction of the DVD, the Dolby Digital format became a standard. Dolby Digital ready receivers included inputs and amplifiers for the additional channels. Most current AV receivers provide a Dolby Digital decoder and at least one digital S/PDIF input which can be connected to a source which provides a Dolby Digital output.





A somewhat less common surround sound decoder called DTS is standard on current AV receivers.



When Dolby Labs and DTS introduced technologies to add a rear center surround channel, these technologies found their way into AV Receivers. Receivers with six amplifiers (known as 6.1 receivers) will typically have both Dolby and DTS's technologies. These are Dolby Digital EX and DTS ES.

Dolby introduced Dolby Pro Logic II to allow stereo sources to play back as if they were encoded in surround sound. DTS introduced a similar technology, NEO:6. These decoders have become common on most current receivers.

As the number of playback channels were increased on receivers, other decoders have been added to some receivers. For example, Dolby Labs created Dolby Pro Logic IIx to take advantage of receivers with more than five channels of playback.

With the introduction of high definition players (e.g. Blu-ray Disc and HD DVD), yet more decoders have been added to some receivers. Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio decoders are available on many receivers.

DSP effects

Most receivers offer specialized Digital Signal Processors (DSP) made for handling various presets and audio effects. Some may offer simple equalizers and balance adjustments to complex DSP audio field simulations such as "Hall", "Arena", "Opera", etc. that simulate or attempt to replicate as if the audio were being played in the places through use of surround sound and echo effects.



AV inputs/outputs





There are a variety of possible connections on an AV receiver. Standard connectors include:





Analog audio (RCA connector, or occasionally XLR connector)


Digital audio (S/PDIF; TOSLINK or RCA terminated coaxial cable)


Composite video (RCA connector)


S-Video


SCART video (primarily used in Europe and very uncommon in many other parts of the world)

Component video

HDMI
USB (usually involves special computer circuitry to read video formats from a file system)
Analog audio connections usually use RCA plugs in stereo pairs. Inputs and outputs are both common. Outputs are provided mainly for cassette tape decks.

Analog audio connections using XLR(Balanced) connectors are uncommon, and usually found on more expensive receivers.

Digital connections allow for the transmission of PCM, Dolby Digital or DTS audio. Common devices include CD players, DVD players, or satellite receivers.

Composite video connections use a single RCA plug on each end. Composite video is standard on all AV receivers allowing for the switching of video devices such as VHS players, cable boxes, and game consoles. DVD players may be connected via composite video connectors although a higher bandwidth connection is recommended.

S-Video connections offer better quality than composite video. It uses a DIN jack.

SCART connections generally offer the best quality video at standard-definition, due to the use of pure RGB signalling (although composite and S-Video may alternatively be offered over a SCART connector). SCART provides video and audio in one connection.

Component video has become the best connection for analog video as higher definitions such as 720p have become common. The YPbPr signalling provides a good compromise between resolution and colour definition.

HDMI is becoming common on AV receivers. It provides for the transmission of both audio and video. HDMI is relatively new technology and there are reported issues with devices not properly working with each other (referred to as hand-shake issues between devices), especially cable/satellite boxes connected to a display through an AV receiver. Different levels of support are provided by receivers with HDMI connections. Some will only switch video and not provide for audio processing. Some will not handle multi-channel LPCM. Multi-channel LPCM is a common way for Blu-ray Disc and HD DVD players to transmit the best possible audio.

PAKITE hdmi wireless transmitter with hdmi jack is coming soon, and the hdmi sender is used for the TV device with hdmi port, RX (Receiver) HDMI output resolution is 576I. Waiting for your inquiry about the wireless hdmi transmitter and receiver. Inquiry URL: http://www.pakite.net/products/5-8ghz-hdmi-transmitter-receiver.html

Video conversion and upscaling

Some AV Receivers can convert from one video format to another. This is commonly called upconversion or transcoding. A smaller number of receivers provide for de-interlacing of video signals. For example, a receiver with upconversion, deinterlacing and upscaling can take an interlaced composite signal at 480i (480 lines per frame sent as a field of 240 even numbered lines 0,2,4,8...478 followed by a field of 240 odd numbered lines 1,3,5,...479) and convert it to component video while also deinterlacing and upscaling it to a higher resolution such as 720p (720 lines per frame with all lines in normal sequence 0,1,2...719).



Radio on AVRs





AV receivers though primarily used for amplification may or may not have an inbuilt AM/FM radio tuner among other features such as LAN connectivity for various Internet applications and some with multi-room audio solutions.





Even though some AVRs may have an AM/FM tuner it is not a primary or mandatory function as an AVR still remains an amplifier.





Some models have HD Radio tuners.





Some models have Internet radio and PC streaming access capabilities with an Ethernet port.



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