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V6 sending HDMI signal wireless to TV

Would this work on splitting the signal from the tivo box. Wireless hdmi one room to another. Been doing some research.and a decent hdmi wireless sender. Thanks guys in advanceScreenshot_20190615_195620_com.ebay.mobile.jpg

 

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Re: V6 sending HDMI signal wireless to TV

The XA-HDCP is designed to enable installers to manage HDCP (High-Bandwidth Definition Content Protection) signals. Since the introduction of HDCP2.2, which is not backwards compatible with previous versions, installers face the challenge of managing copy protected content to allow AV signals to be integrated into any AV system. This device converts HDCP2.2 signals to a lower HDCP format enabling AV content to be easily integrated into a system which uses non-HDCP2.2 compliant devices, thus eliminating the need to upgrade all devices in the signal path to be HDCP2.2 compliant.

 

In addition to converting HDCP signals, the XA-HDCP can also analyse the content bandwidth, HDCP, EDID and Colourspace status of the inputted signal. Further features include the ability to upload EDID settings to a PC application which allows the user to create alternative EDID settings for specific applications. In addition, the XA-HDCP also acts as a HDMI repeater which equalises and recovers TMDS data before re-transmitting, thus ensuring optimal quality regardless of the incoming signal. This equalisation and repeater function enables the HDMI cable distance to be extended 5m from the output at full 4K (6G) resolution.

 

Control is via the direct selection keys, which allow easy switching between modes, and status LED's provide 'at-a-glance' viewing of the device status.

 

HDMI 2.0, HDCP 2.2, HDCP1.4 and DVI compliant

Supports input source and output display signal analysis up to 6G 4K2K

Supports bandwidth down converting from 6G to 3G

Supports EDID signal management from internal, external, and user’s EDID to be inserted

Supports application control via USB

Supports LED status display

Supports USB firmware update

4K 2160dpi ULTRA HD 1 IN 2 OUT HDMI Splitter and wireless hdmi sender.. 

 

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Nobody can give you an authoritative answer. If you want to know if it works, try it. It would help if you buy from a retailer with a good refund policy.

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Re: V6 sending HDMI signal wireless to TV

Thinking about it. Sly UK worked with provision but have since updated to virgin. I no the is ways but with lots of cables a d senders that cost a small fortune. Could be onto something here

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