How to Connect My Cable Box Wirelessly to a TV
It seems like the whole world has gone wireless, and now so can your HDTV using a wireless HDMI kit.
What is wireless HDMI? It is a way to stream video or audio to your TV from your set top box, computer, Blu-ray player or gaming console without using HDMI cables. Using a transmitter that connects to your media player and a receiver to your TV, you create a simple and reliable wireless connection between the two.
Wireless HDMI also eliminates cable clutter, and it gives you the flexibility to set up your TV in any room of the house, regardless of where the in-wall cables run. MyWirelessTV is a wireless HDMI kit that works with most cable and satellite set-top boxes, DVD players, DVRs, Blu-ray players, Xbox or other media devices like Roku and Fire TV that have an HDMI port.
How To Set it Up
With just a few minutes of setup, you can enjoy 1080p or even 4K HD video wirelessly. Your cable box and TV don’t even need to be in the same room.
- First, unpack the MyWireless TV2 transmitter, HDMI cable, and power adapter. Power off your set-top or cable box and plug one end of the HDMI cable into the back of that. Plug the other end of the HDMI cable into the transmitter where it says “HDMI Input.” Now you are ready to plug the power adapter into the transmitter and a wall socket. Make sure the green power light comes on.
- Next, get out the receiver, the other HDMI cable, and power adapter. You will want to plug one end of the HDMI cable into the back of your TV and the other end into the receiver where it says “Out-to-TV.” Now plug the receiver into the power adapter and a wall socket. Make sure the green power light is on.
- Turn on your TV and change the input to the HDMI port you chose. Wait for a bit until the LINK light comes on SOLID green, now you are ready to use.
- You also have the option of setting up IR support for your remote.
There you have it! Wireless streaming TV in any room of the house without running messy wires! You can now enjoy watching 1080p or even 4K HD video anytime and anywhere.