Who needs the audio video Wireless TV Transmitter?
The wireless av transmitter mentioned here are for the wireless transmission of video and audio signals from STB/ DVD /IPTV to a TV. There are three main uses for a wireless product:
*If your sources are in a different part of the room than the TV, you can send the signal wirelessly instead of running long cables across the floor (or under the floor, or along the baseboards, etc). This is an especially common problem with projectors.
*If you want to mount your TV on the wall, you need to run power and cables. With wireless, you only need to run power to the TV. The signal from your sources gets sent wirelessly to the small receiver box. In the case of the Pakite wireless tv transmitter, the TV itself can often power this wireless receiver.
*If you want to have your sources and TV in two different rooms. Again, the Pakite wireless tv signal transmitter is a good pick here because it is able to transmit through walls , so you can have a TV in the same room as the sources, and a second TV connected wirelessly to the same sources.
*If you have equipment specifically with HDMI outputs (Blu-ray players, cable boxes, Apple TV and Roku streamers, etc.). This is not for products like Chromecast, or any of the Miracast or WiDi products (which wirelessly stream content from tablets, phones, or laptops). Those are a different category, these are replacements for HDMI cables. HDMI interface devices need a wireless HDMI transmitter to transmit audio and hd video signal.
Keep in mind though, there is a cost to the convenience. Wireless is always going be more temperamental than wired, taking a few moments to sync up (connect) and potentially/occasionally dropping out.