How can you use wireless HDMI in a doctor’s office?

Imagine you have that big, beautiful flat screen TV installed on your waiting room wall, but messy cables are dangling down connecting it to your set-top box.

Or, are you thinking about installing a flat screen TV on your wall, but the expense and mess of drilling holes and running wires to your Blu-ray player just aren’t for you?

Instead, using wireless HDMI in your doctor’s office is a great idea! With it you can wirelessly stream movies, TV shows or message boards from your media player to your HDTV. Turn your office and wait area into a great viewing experience for your clients and employees.

What Exactly is “Wireless HDMI”

 

Wireless HDMI allows you to wirelessly project up to 4k quality video from your media (set-top box, Blu-ray player, PC, etc.) to your HDTV. You no longer need long, messy cables to connect one to the other! By going wire-free, you can even place your media player and TV in separate rooms in the office. Reducing that cable clutter will you help gain the professional and clean appearance that you’re looking for.

How it Works

 

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 signal to the receiver within a 150-ft range even through most walls and floors. In other words, you can manage your media device in one room and stream to your TV in another location, whether it is in the office area or waiting room.

 

Easy to Install

 

Wireless HDMI kits are simple to install. They don’t require hiring professionals to drill holes and run wires through the walls. They also work with most remotes.

 

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