Tuesday, 21 of October of 2014


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Nyrius NAVS500 HD 1080p HDMI Digital Wireless Audio Video Sender Transmitter & Receiver System with IR Remote Extender Review

Nyrius NAVS500 HD 1080p HDMI Digital Wireless Audio Video Sender Transmitter & Receiver System with IR Remote Extender

Nyrius NAVS500 HD 1080p HDMI Digital Wireless Audio Video Sender Transmitter & Receiver System with IR Remote Extender

The Nyrius NAVS500 HD is a wireless HDMI extender kit that can send uncompressed HD video and audio signals wirelessly from the source to the display. It has a minimal lag, good image quality with brilliant colors and is very well designed.

This kit comes with an HDMI cable of its own and an IR extender for increasing the range of the remote control. It has a receiver and a transmitter and both require to be powered at all times to be operational. Since both are HDMI based, they have to be powered separately with their own power adapters. The HDMI technology does include bus power like USB does.

Once you connect the transmitter to your source (a set top box or a blu-ray player) and the receiver to your display (HDTV or HD projector), you can switch on the units. After connecting and switching them both on, the set up is completely automatic. Usually the pair does not take long to find each other. However, the process can go on for a few minutes depending on the setup and whether or not there is interference coming from somewhere.

The physical set up of the kit is easy because there’s no line of sight and it has a very long range — 1080p video up to 100ft. You can even the transmitter in the adjacent room and the connection will still be strong through a wall. Signal is expected to degrade as more walls and distance come in to play. The IR extender ensures that your HD devices can be controlled from anywhere within a wide range.

The Nyrius NAVS500 HD supports multiple resolutions. So you can broadcast full 1080p HD quality video as well as 1080i wide format videos, 720p, 720i, 576p, 576i, 480p and 480i videos. That covers almost all common video standards found in computers and home entertainment devices. If your computer/laptop has HDMI out, you can also beam that audio and video to your display. This kit has no visible lag and hence is perfect for playing HD games on a large screen. It also supports all of the popular gaming consoles like Xbox 360, PS3 and Wii.

Buyer reviews suggests that it works with most TV boxes but you should check online to see whether this kit has any specific issues with your cable box. PC and console game players seem to have no delay problems and the same goes for people running movies off PC’s and/or DVD and Blu-ray players.

The overall experience with the kit is very good. The image quality is clean and sharp. The audio stays in sync at all times. User reviews talk about using this kit in multiple different scenarios and it works through them all. Thus, the Nyrius NAVS500 HD is a very good deal given its no frills high performance and reasonable price.


Brite-View Air SyncHD (BV-2322) Uncompressed 1080p Video/ Audio Wireless Transmission Kit Review

Brite-View Air SyncHD (BV-2322) Uncompressed 1080p Video/ Audio Wireless Transmission Kit

Brite-View Air SyncHD (BV-2322) Uncompressed 1080p Video/ Audio Wireless Transmission Kit

Brite-View has been quickly rising to the top with their wireless HD offerings in the past few years. The Brite-View Air SyncHD (BV-2322) is part of the Air SyncHD line that has been becoming popular amongst wireless HD enthusiast. This is a typical two-piece transmitter receiver kit for connecting an HDMI source with an HDMI display without running wires.

The main feature of this kit is its support for relaying the HD signal completely uncompressed. This makes for perfect images without any distortions or delays. It works to transmit HD signals at resolutions of up to 1080p with audio as well. It works at 1080p@60GHz and also supports the 1080i Wide format for that cinematic effect.

This kit has a range of 66 feet for 1080p@60Hz and requires line of sight for it. If you are going to use only 1080i, then the range expands to 100feet while still requiring line of sight. If you think that it is too far for you to get up and change the settings, don’t worry. The IR remote that comes along with the BV2322 has a good range and works well.

This Brite-View Air SyncHD (BV-2322) has another useful feature that allows hybrid transmission. This means you can send HD signals over the air as well as down the cables if you want to. The kit has extra provisions for you to also create a wired connection should it become necessary for any reason in the future.

Setting up the kit is absolutely the simplest thing. It is truly plug and play and there is no user intervention necessary. Once you connect both the units and power them, they will connect to each other automatically and within seconds. Once this is done, you can start broadcasting the video immediately. The long range of this kit makes it perfect for long distance set ups like installing a poolside TV for those summer afternoons of pool parties and barbeques. As long as you have maintained line of sight, it should be fine. Line of sight only means not having anything solid in between the two units. So an open doorway with people moving through usually causes no interference.

Compared to the other kits available in this price range, the Brite-View Air SyncHD (BV-2322) has a good long range and dependable image quality. It is also quite stable. The buyer reviews for the kit are really good and most people are happy about not having to run a hundred feet of cable. It is a lot cleaner way to do it. Also, concealing all that cabling professionally would’ve likely been far costlier. Buyers have specifically commented about the clear picture quality and the generally lag free viewing. Over all, if you are trying to get a simple set up for your extra TV or just trying to clean up your home theatre set up, this is a good option to bank on.


Philips SWW1890/27 Wireless HD Net Connect Review

Philips SWW1890/27 Wireless HD Net Connect

Philips SWW1890/27 Wireless HD Net Connect

The Philips SWW1890/27 Wireless HD Net Connect is a computer to Wireless HD wireless transmission kit. It includes a HDMI dongle that is plugged in to your laptop/desktop’s HDMI port and a receiver that has a HDMI output to which you can connect your HD TV or projector. Setup is completely painless for this kit. It is truly plug and play. Just plug the transmitter dongle and connect the display to the receiver and you are done.

However, both units need a constant power supply. The receiver comes with its own power adapter for this purpose. The dongle however needs to pull it from the computer’s hub. For this, you will need to plug an extra cable from the dongle in to one of your USB ports. So even though it is a completely wireless set up, it blocks up one USB port. Once both are powered up and running, the pairing happens automatically and there’s no intervention necessary from the user.

Running a WHDI chip in the background, this kit from Philips transmits uncompressed HD signals over the 5GHz band. This ensures that the kit does not interfere with other wireless devices or receive interference from them. The transmitted signal is maintained at 1080p at 60GHz, giving your pristine HD quality without the hassle of wires. Since this based on WHDI, there’s no visible lag and is a good kit to be using for gaming that requires real time response from your transmitter and receiver. The best thing about this kit is that it does not require line of sight and can be placed across a distance of 23foot (6 meters) range — which is enough for you to sit on the couch with your laptop and transmit the images to the TV or projector. It is definitely designed to connect devices within the same room.

Philips SWW1890/27 Wireless HD Net Connect is designed to look very sleek. It has an over all dark finish that blends right in with the rest of your a/v equipment and sits in perfectly in most kinds living room décor. Its staid yet stylish looks are also similarly well-matched to a corporate environment. If you are presenting from an HDMI port equipped laptop to an HD projector — you can use this kit to avoid long wires in the boardroom. It is perfect for a permanent set up inside the boardroom of your company as well. Everything on your laptop will be shown at perfect 1080p HD. You can use it to either give you an extended desktop so that you can separate displays or you can mirror everything that’s happening on your screen.

Buyer reviewfor the Philips SWW1890/27 Wireless HD Net Connect in places like Amazon is quite positive. Users report enjoying the flexibility of a no line of sight setup and the great image quality that this set up provides. For the price, it provides really good performance and is very stable as well.


KanexPro WHDI30M Wireless HDMI Extender Kit for HD Home Theater Review

KanexPro WHDI30M Wireless HDMI Extender Kit for HD Home Theater

KanexPro WHDI30M Wireless HDMI Extender Kit for HD Home Theater

The KanexPro WHDI30M Wireless HDMI Extender Kit is a powerful wireless HD solution for your home theater setup. It has all the necessary features that make for a great Wireless HD kit. Using WHDI, the KanexPro can broadcast compatible HD signals up to a distance of 50 feet (15 meters). And within that distance it has no requirement for line of sight. It also supports a multitude of formats.

The wireless HD system comes with built in support for Dolby Digital, DTS-HD and Dolby True HD Audio. These format compatibilities highlight its position in the market as a high-end product for serious a/v enthusiasts. Its HDMI connection also supports High Speed HDMI standards, ensuring great color depth, lossless HD audio and proper lip sync.

KanexPro can transmit 1080p @60Hz signals without any compression or quality loss. This makes it great addition to those who don’t want to go through the hassle of installing wires. It give you the clean look of a professionally installed home theatre system without the problems of getting one actually installed at your home.

The KanexPro WHDI30M Wireless HDMI Extender Kit  has flat looking, non-descript black plastic bodies for both its transmitter and receiver. Both the units require a constant supply of power from the included power adapters. Both the transmitter and the receiver have single HDMI ports of respective types. Their black color and simple design ensures that they can easily be hidden from view and won’t attract much attention even if left out in the open.

Since the HDMI in and out ports on the transmitter and receiver respectively are class compliant — this kit is compatible with any HDMI capable input and out device. This means you can connect your HDTV or HD projector to your Xbox, Playstation, Blu-Ray player and more without having to worry about wires and/or compatibility.

There is practically no setup required from the users side. Once both units have been successfully connected to respective devices and powered, they will find each other automatically and start transmitting your video to its intended destination.

Even though the kit is a little on the expensive side, it has the Apogee brand to back it up. This is a high quality kit that sits apart from the other kits that have more features but lower quality. One of the best things about the kit in fact is its long range that does not need line of sight. This gives the user a certain amount of flexibility in terms of placing the transmitter and receiver.

KanexPro WHDI30M Wireless HDMI Extender Kit is clearly meant for the high-end market. User reviews are overall positive. Buyers are especially happy with the quality of video that is delivers. With no visible lag even at the highest HD resolution, it is also perfect gaming on larger screens using your console.


Peerless HDS100 HD Wireless Multimedia Center – Black Review

Peerless HDS100 HD Wireless Multimedia Center - Black

Peerless HDS100 HD Wireless Multimedia Center - Black

The Peerless HDS100 HD Wireless Multimedia Center is a good-looking, sleek Wireless HD video kit. Unlike most of its peers, it works via its own secured WiFi network, which allows it to coexist with any other wireless setup. Thankfully though, the setup is completely painless. There are no manual network settings to be fiddled with. Both the transmitter and the receiver connect and stream automatically.

It can connect multiple inputs and comes with its own IR remote control for switching inputs. The remote can control the inputs from wherever in the house you are. Moreover, since it works over WiFi, it has no problems covering very long distances through multiple walls and other constructions. These features make it one of the best Wireless HD a/v options out there right now.

Starting out, the package consists of everything you need to get started. It has the transmitter and receiver units with a stand for each; the respective power adapters; the remote control for switching inputs; 15-pin D-sub to RCA female component video breakout cable; 1 component to VGA adapter; 1 IR blast for extended IR range and the installation guide and the manuals.

The Peerless HDS100 HD Wireless Multimedia Center works over the IEEE 802.11n 5GHz frequency, making it a strong network that is available all over an average sized, multi-storied house. It has an overall range of 131 feet (40m) with no line of sight required. It will in fact behave just like WiFi routers and give you access to the signal even through multiple walls. It can broadcast signals to up to 4 wireless receivers, making it perfect for various different entertainment areas in a house like the games room, living room, patio and office. It has easy multi-room and multi-display setup. So you can have different content running on different screen for up to 4 different places. They will all be part of the same private network and will be controlled by a single transmitter unit.

It has multiple inputs that include HDMI, Component, Composite, PC to TV and LAN ports. It has a broadcast capacity of full 1080p HD at 60Hz (1920x1080pixels). It can broadcast a 5.1 DTS surround sound signal along with the video, making it a good home entertainment solution. Additionally, the kit supports lower resolutions and analog inputs to make sure that all your multimedia devices are take care of.

The receiver also has multiple outputs, making sure that you can connect all kinds of displays and projectors to your wireless setup. This makes the whole setup extremely flexible, letting you use both digital and analog, HD and non-HD devices on both ends. It’s a good solution for home a/v enthusiasts and hobbyists.

Overall, the Peerless HDS100 HD Wireless Multimedia Center is a flexible and strong wireless HD solution. It would be a good fit for large homes with multiple displays to serve from multiple sources with a mix of analog/digital, hd/non-hd devices. Customer reviews suggest very good performance albeit a high cost. However, most find it worth the cost to have the flexibility that it offers.


VIZIO XWH200 Universal Wireless HD Video and Audio Kit (Black) Review

VIZIO XWH200 Universal Wireless HD Video and Audio Kit (Black)

VIZIO XWH200 Universal Wireless HD Video and Audio Kit (Black)

The VIZIO XWH200 Universal Wireless HD Video and Audio Kit is a well-designed two-piece transmitter-receiver kit that is easy to install and operate. The transmitter supports up to 4 HDMI input devices and the receiver has standard HDMI output that connects to most HDTV’s and other display devices like projectors that have HDMI input.

One of the main advantages of this kit from VIZIO is that it has a sleek design and it does not stand out like a sore thumb in the living room. However, it does seem to need line of sight to work properly unless you have the two units placed very close by together.

Another plus point is that the XWH200 works over the 60GHz frequency range, which successfully avoids interfering with your WiFi and other wireless devices in the house like wireless speakers. It also ensures that you get a clean signal all the way. The specifications say that you can transmit and HD video signal up to 30 feet away when inside the same room. So the company seems to suggest that a full wall might block the signal but light furniture is fine. In real life scenarios, most users have maintained line of sight and have reported facing problems only when a person stands directly in front of the unit. Walking in between them is not a problem.

The VIZIO XWH200 Universal Wireless HD Video and Audio Kit units have wedge type designs with smooth black finish all around. The transmitter is wider and more ‘wedge’ like because of the larger size of its components. It has four HDMI inputs in a row and a power input. It has a small selection button on the front right beside the VIZIO logo. Other than that little bit, the face is completely clean and smooth. The transmitter is smaller and more triangular than wedge. It is easily hidden behind your HDTV and is completely non-descript thanks to its finish. Even if you keep it visible, it should look right at home beside your other A/V components.

The package comes with the two units, the power units for each of the units and two 3 feet HDMI cables for connecting one input device and one output device to the kit. Set up is simple and automatic. All you hav to do is connect the receiver to the TV and connect a device to the transmitter and switch everything on. The TV should be able to detect the HDMI input or you can manually select the port that you have used.

Customer reviews suggest that the VIZIO XWH200 Universal Wireless HD Video and Audio Kit does work with most A/V equipment with some hiccups for specific models. Overall ratings are good with many 5 star reviews of the device on places like Amazon. One of the main complaints is the necessity of line of sight for this device to work. It works with Xbox, PS3 and most laptops with HDMI out pretty well and that serves the connecting purpose for most use case scenarios.


Brite-View Air SyncHD|DX (BV-2822) Uncompressed 1080p HD Video/ Audio Wireless Transmission Kit (Multiple Inputs) – Black Review

brite-View Air SyncHD|DX (BV-2822) Uncompressed 1080p HD Video/ Audio Wireless Transmission Kit (Multiple Inputs) - Black

brite-View Air SyncHD|DX (BV-2822) Uncompressed 1080p HD Video/ Audio Wireless Transmission Kit (Multiple Inputs) - Black

The Brite-View Air SyncHD|DX BV-2822 is a two-pice wireless HD audio/video transmitter kit. It is one of the latest additions to Brite-View’s Air SyncHD line of wireless HD products. One of the main reasons for considering it is that the transmitter enables you to connect up to 6 different source devices. It has 4 HDMI inputs and 2 component and composite audio/video inputs. Put together, you have your gaming console, desktop, Blu-Ray player, set-top box and more connected to the transmitter unit at the same time and switch at will.

In addition to having up to 6 possible inputs, it also allows for hybrid transmission. It has both wired and wireless transmission features and user both at the same time or channel them separately. It works at a quality of 1080i for up to 100 feet and 1080p up to 66 feet. One problem is that it requires line of sight to achieve this. So you cannot place the transmitter and receiver in a way that where there’s something solid in between them like thick furniture or wall. However, for setups where both need to be installed in the same room the BV-2822 should work just fine.

One of the best things about the Brite-View Air SyncHD|DX BV-2822 is it is sets up automatically. All you have to do is connect your display and source devices to the receiver and the transmitter respectively. The rest happens automatically as they find each other and pair up. Transmission starts up within seconds. It is plug-n-play in the true sense of the term. One thing to keep in mind (as pointed out by one of the users as well) is that the status LEDs will continue to Flash unless you turn your TV on after connecting it to the receiver and choosing the receiver as input. This happens because the BriV-2822 waits to detect a working signal flow to show you that everything is working as it should.

Even though it has a long range, there is no quality loss in signal transmission as long as both units are within range and have line of sight. Even if people walk in between the two units, there won’t be any signal drops.

The Brite-View Air SyncHD|DX BV-2822 is especially a good deal for those who own multiple gaming consoles, players and HD cable boxes. Its 1080p HD @60Hz gives you some of the best image qualities ever. And the under 1ms latency translates to lag-free performance, which makes it perfect for gaming. Customers who have bough it for connecting their gaming consoles to their HDTV’s have left glowing reviews of its ease of use and perfect image quality.

Both units need external power supply to be operational. Both come with their own power adapters for this purpose. The package also includes cables and an IR remote control for switching between sources from the couch. Over all, it is an very well-built wireless HD kit that has all the necessary features required for a versatile home set up.


WHDI Wireless 5GHz HDMI Extender Transmitter/Receiver Kit Review

WHDI Wireless 5GHz HDMI Extender Transmitter/Receiver Kits HD TV PC Video 1080P

WHDI Wireless 5GHz HDMI Extender Transmitter/Receiver Kits HD TV PC Video 1080P

This is an unbranded WHDI based Wireless 5GHz HDMI Extender Transmitter/Receiver Kit that supports a full 1080p HD resolution. Even though it is not from a specific brand, it has all the features that you can ask for in a kit like this.

It comes in two parts — the transmitter and the receiver. They are both similarly designed and have provisions to be propped up vertically. The design is flat and sleek, which makes it look quite good. All the connecting ports are along the sides of the boxes. And since the stand is rotating, you can also lay them both flat down to get a stacked set up.

The list of supported features is pretty impressive. The kit supports HD video resolutions of up to 1080p and that too at 60Hz. If you are looking to have a set up that requires the kit to transmit through walls, it will give you a range of about 10m, which is roughly 32 feet. With line of sight available, it can go up to 20m, which is about 65 feet. Given that the other products in the market feature a maximum range of 30 feet at line of sight, this kit definitely poses some advantages over the others.

Specifications and Features

  • Instant Wireless HD transmission
  • Transmission range up to 20m (65.6 ft) with line of sight
  • Transmission range up to 10m (32.8 ft) through walls
  • Video Resolutions up to 1080P @ 60Hz
  • Supports HDMI 1.3 and HDCP 1.2 Protocols

Another useful feature on this Wireless 5GHz HDMI Extender Transmitter/Receiver Kit is its support for HDMI 1.3 and HDCP 1.2. HDMI 1.3 ensures that you get fully synced video and audio and there’s no lag in that regard. HDCP support ensures that you can playback HD content that is encrypted with this standard. A lot HD content now required HDCP support to prevent piracy. This becomes an issue when your wireless HD kit does not come with HDCP support.

Even though these units boast of very high-end features, they still maintain a price point of below $200. This shows in the housing, which is all-plastic and the small parts like the switches and buttons.

However, the kit does come with its own HDMI cable and two power adapters — one each for the two units. Both the transmitter and the receiver require a steady power supply during operation. Which why they need to have a permanent set up and be plugged in at all times. The receiving unit looks the same as the transmitter except that it only has one HDMI out port that is meant to go to the HDTV or projector, whichever you are using. The Transmitter has a physical switch for switching between inputs on one side and the ports are on the other side.

The units operate over a 5GHz frequency, which should be able to dodge most of the other domestic wireless networks and hence be free of interference.

Overall, this Wireless 5GHz HDMI Extender Transmitter/Receiver Kit has a good price to performance ratio. If you are not looking to own a branded piece, then this is something you can easily go for.


Gefen EXT-WHDMI Wireless HDMI Extender Review

Gefen EXT-WHDMI Wireless HDMI Extender

Gefen EXT-WHDMI Wireless HDMI Extender

The Gefen EXT-WHDMI Wireless HDMI Extender is your basic Wireless HD two-piece transceiver kit. It uses WHDI to send full HD video content of up to 1080p over the air. It also supports fully Dolby 5.1 surround sound, which you can hook up to your home theater sound system for the full effect.

The kit consists of the usual two pieces — transmitter and receiver. The transmitter has one antenna, two HDMI inputs, one component video in and a pair of stereo audio in out. It requires a constant 5V DC power supply to be operational. Its design is conducive to permanent set ups and not meant to be moved around.

The receiving unit has two antennas (for better reception it seems), one HDMI out and one pair of stereo audio out. It too requires a constant 5V DC power supply to remain operational. You will have to install it permanently near your display or projector.

Both units have a very good built and exude quality. The antennas and the housing — all of it stands out from the flimsy plastic wireless HD transceiver kits that are usually found on the market. Both feature metal housings with minimal controls that are situated on the front of the units.

Since you can plug in up to 3 different sources (2 HDMI + 1 Component Video), the transmitter unit has a source selecting button with labeled LED indicators to show you which source you are on at the moment.

The Gefen EXT-WHDMI Wireless HDMI Extender uses a feature called Ultra-Wideband to enable support for large amounts of the data that need to be transmitted for full HD videos. It has a range of 30 feet if you are using line of sight. The distance will have to be shortened if the signal is going through a wall to an adjacent room. However, that also means that the kit can also easily work without line of sight.

The WHDI chip shows its presence during the operation in terms of no visible lag and good picture quality. Not compatibility issues have been reported so far and it works with PS3, Xbox, general DVD and Blu-Ray players. It would also work with computers and laptops that have HDMI ouput. It also features support for HDMI 1.3 Lip Sync features and is compliant with HDCP. This means you can also transmit HD content that requires the transmission path to support content protection. This feature is often left out in wireless hd kits and hence many of them cannot transmit protected HD content.

Buyer reviews are very positive with special mention of the lag free performance and the picture quality. The only setback in the performance is that it can support only 1080i at 60Hz. For 1080p it will switch to 24Hz.

The Gefen EXT-WHDMI Wireless HDMI Extender delivers a solid performance and is very well built with streamlined features. The price higher than all competing models but the reliability and HDCP support makes up for it for the buyers.


Sony DMXWL1 BRAVIA Wireless HD Link Review

Sony DMXWL1 BRAVIA Wireless HD Link

Sony DMXWL1 BRAVIA Wireless HD Link

The Sony DMXWL1 Bravia Wireless HD Link is a wireless HD transmission kit that is specially designed to compliment Sony’s Bravia line of HD LCD TV’s. It has a normal, two-piece transmitter-receiver setup with a long range that makes sense for large rooms and multi-room setups.

The DMXWL1 has a glossy black finish on both units and the receiver unit is slightly smaller than the transmission unit. The transmitter comes with its own stand and it has 5 different inputs to plug all our devices in to. There are 4 HDMI-in ports and 1 component video port. All inputs support up to 1080i HD video streams. You can switch between inputs with the provided remote. The remote also supposedly works for your Bravia TV, so you do not need to juggle between two remote control units.

Features & Specifications: -

  • Wireless HD transmission of video and audio to your compatible Sony HDTV from up to 65 feet away
  • Real-time transmission for true gaming experience
  • Support up to 5 HD sources (4HDMI, 1 component video)
  • Control your BRAVIA HDTV and connected equipment with the included remote control
  • Easy to mount receiver remains concealed behind your compatible BRAVIA HDTV

Multiple input options allow you plug in the many devices that you would like to connect to your HDTV such as a Blu-ray or DVD player, your gaming console, your laptop, etc. Each device can now have its own dedicated input port so that you don’t have to manually plug and unplug different peripherals. Set up is really simple because all your have to do is plug in all the sources in to the 4 HDMI and 1 Component Video ports.

The transmitter also has a digital and analog audio out options for connecting it to your surround sound system separately. The receiver has one HDMI out that needs to be connected to the display (HDTV, Projector, etc.). Since it has an HDMI out, it can easily be connected to TV’s and displays other than Sony’s Bravia line.

The Sony DMXWL1 Bravia Wireless HD Link has a long range of 65 feet, which is more than twice the range of competing wireless HD connecting kits. The kit broadcasts over a  5GHz frequency which might cause interference with some WiFi routers and other wireless devices that operate over the 5GHz frequency. It requires a line of sight option to ensure that there’s a clear signal down to the receiver. This is okay for large halls and living rooms but it limits the setup to one room and this won’t cover multi-room setups. The picture quality on the DMXWL1 is really great and it does do justice to all the HD inputs that it receives. There’s no visible lag and it is okay for gaming setups with consoles like the Xbox 360 and the PS3.

Buyer reviews feature some complaints about compatibility issues with various sources. In some cases, either the video or the audio is not transmitted properly and the signal drops at times. These problems are very likely to be firmware issues and will hopefully be fixed through an update soon. The reviews also note the clear picture quality and negligible signal lag during gaming. The simple plug n play set up of the Sony DMXWL1 Bravia Wireless HD Link is also a big advantage point, as is the long range that allow for really flexible setups.