MyWirelessTV2 Wireless HD Video Kit

Model #: MWTV2TX, MWTV2RX

Overview / Features

Quick Overview


Actiontec’s MyWirelessTV2 system replaces cumbersome HDMI cables with wireless technology, so you can easily install an HDTV anywhere you want. This easy-to-use wireless HD video kit wirelessly connects HDTVs to most HDMI cable/satellite set top boxes, Blu-ray players, and consoles up to 100 feet away, even working through walls and floors1. Actiontec’s state-of-the-art technology delivers a spectacular high-definition experience. All of the highest HD videos standards are supported (1080p and super low latency technology), so you can cut the HDMI cords without sacrificing picture and sound quality.

MyWirelessTV2 gives you the freedom to finally enjoy your HD content on your own terms. For example, stream the Blu-ray movie you’ve only been able to watch in your living room to the HDTV in your bedroom, or move the HDTV out to the patio for a party. With MyWirelessTV2, the possibilities are endless.

Perfect For…


Home theaters, cable TV/satellite subscribers, and conference rooms

Outstanding Benefits

  • No more HDMI wires: wirelessly transmit live TV and HD video throughout the home or office
  • Install HDTVs wherever you want without worrying about obtrusive HDMI cables
  • Works up to 100 feet away, even through walls and floors (actual range is dependent on environment)2
  • Full 1080p HD video1
  • Compatible with most HDMI-enabled cable, satellite, Blue-ray, and set top boxes
  • Use your existing remote control from any connected room
  • Get set up in minutes: everything you need is included in the box

Coolest Feature

Most flexible wireless HDTV solution available: works with most HDMI cable/satellite set top boxes, gaming consoles, and Blu-ray players; works up to 100 feet away 1

1 Units can operate up to 100’ range apart ideally in a home environment through 2-3 walls or floors that are not constructed in non-porous materials (e.g. brick, plaster, cement, metal, stone, or double-glazed glass).
2Actual display resolution depends on a number of factors, including source’s video quality and operating range.