I have Samsung 9 Series TV. Need to get HDMI signal from me PC on the first floor. The distance between TV and PC is 250 ft approx.
Also I have in-wall ethernet cable nearby the TV.
Found solutions for HDMI over CAT 6 from Atlona, and plan to buy:
This solution is also supports HDBaseT standart, means I wouldn't care about power, is it right?
And what's UR opinion of Atlona? Maybe it is better to choose another vendor?
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Last edited by Garry Frost; 29th Jan 2013 at 21:27.
Sorry , I just updated the links with product description. It was something wrong with them before.
The distance between TV and PC is 250 ftOriginally Posted by https://www.hdwise.com/product.php?productid=2973&cat=0&page=1
I believe this TV has Ethernet, why not just stream the video you want to watch via this? And not even bother with the HDMI side of things.
Or you could use an extender. Run Media Center on the HTPC and you can use an X-Box or Ceton Echo as an extender.
Well, in this case I need to buy additional device for media extender, I think it is more expensive then devices I found.
So as a solution, they recommend to check Octava solution:
It is supports 300ft and also 3D.
Maybe to try this solution?
There are several free DLNA servers. A Ceton Echo is much cheaper (~US$180) than any HDMI over ethernet option -- but requires Windows Media Center running on the PC.
Last edited by jagabo; 10th Feb 2013 at 23:03.