How to Set up a Wireless HDMI Video Transmitter and Receiver

With everything in life going wireless, wouldn’t it be nice to hook up your HDTV without a bunch of wires running all over the place? Well, now with wireless HDMI you can!

Wireless HDMI allows you to set up your TV in any room, in virtually any space you want without worrying about running cables through the walls or ceiling. And it works seamlessly with most cable or satellite set-top boxes and media players. Imagine the freedom of setting your new HDTV up in minutes without wires!

How To Set it Up


Wireless HDMI Kits come with two devices: a transmitter, and a receiver. Both look very similar but are labeled, so you know which is which. When setting up your system the process will be the same regardless of whether you are connecting to cable, satel-lite, DVRs, Blu-ray players or another media device with an HDMI port.

Here’s how to set it up:

  1. First, you will connect your MyWireless TV2 transmitter to your set-top box or other output device using the included HDMI cable. Before you plug it in, power off the device. Now using the power adapter that came with MyWireless TV2, plug the small end into the transmitter and the other end into a wall socket. Make sure the “power” light on the receiver turns green.
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  3. Next, you will take the MyWireless TV2 receiver, HDMI cable, and power supply and work with those. First, plug the HDMI cable into your TV and the other end into the MyWireless TV2 receiver where it says “Out-to-TV.” Finally, plug the power adapter into the receiver and a wall socket. Be sure the green power light comes on.
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  5. Turn on your TV and select input source to match the HDMI port you used. Wait a couple of minutes for the LINK light on the receiver to come on SOLID green.
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  7. You also have the option of setting up IR control to use with a remote if you want.

That’s it! You are all set up to start streaming video wirelessly to your TV and enjoying 1080p or 4k HD video in just minutes.

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