How To Use Wireless HDMI in a Conference Room
Does your conference room have the professional appearance that you’d like to project to your most important customers or prospective employees?
A big piece of that look may be the set up you have for displaying presentations or other materials on an HDTV, or on a screen using a projector. Maybe you have wires dangling every which way. Perhaps your presentation laptop currently need to be right next to your projector even if this isn’t convenient.
Wireless HDMI is a simple and cost effective way to bring your conference room into the 21st century without having to deal with expensive or complicated installations. You can wirelessly stream presentations, projects, movies, TV shows and more from your media player to your HDTV. Turn your conference room into a professional and great viewing experience for coworkers and important clients.
What is Wireless HDMI?
Wireless HDMI is a way to send presentations, video or audio from your media player (computer, set-top-box, Blu-ray player, etc.) wirelessly to your TV or projector. There’s no need to connect these devices directly together using HDMI cables. Instead, you simply attach a transmitter to your media player and a receiver to your TV. Using “wireless HDMI” you then wirelessly deliver up to 4k quality video to the big screen.
Say goodbye to the messy cables that connected your devices to one another! Wireless HDMI allows you to have your media player in one part of the room and your display in another without having messy cabling between them. This not only offers greater freedom in the conference room for presenters, but it also keeps everything looking clean and professional.
No Wi-Fi Needed
A wireless HDMI transmitter and receiver kit works without Wi-Fi, so streaming video won’t become a burden on your network. The transmitter connects to your set-top box or other media device, and the receiver connects to your TV. The transmitter sends its own strong, point-to-point 150-ft range signal to the receiver. This signal reaches through most walls and floors, which means that you can manage your media device in one room and stream to your TV in another location.