Answered Sending hdmi signal across room?

map1984

Novice Member
Hi,
I don't want to rewire the point at which sky comes in, but I'd like to have a projector on the opposite wall, so I'd need to send the signal from the sky box via wireless/Bluetooth or some other means, I've seen a few av senders/receivers but I'm very unsure of them. Does anyone use one with any success? Its only about 10 feet away with no walls in between.
Cheers, Mark
 

noiseboy72

Distinguished Member
There's plenty of them out there, but none of them are great to be honest. They all apply some degree of compression and there's often latency issues as well.

I would suggest that a cable is still the best option. a 10M HDMI cable is reasonably easy to hide and will provide lossless transmission of the signal, something wireless will not.
 

IWC Dopplel

Distinguished Member
I was advised to buy a monoprice fibre optic HDMI for long runs, they are discounted right now Grrrrr, I paid full price before Christmas
 

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