Summary: Very fast, I'm getting ~350-400 mbps (~43-50 MB/s) in real world file transfers from my server to my router. Setup is completely painless, just plug it in and go. Indicator LEDs don't serve double duty as disco lights, they're small and just bright enough to see and be useful.
Summary: Overall I am really amazed by the throughput and highly recommend this product. My review will be fairly technical as I used to be a network engineer. First of all, I bought 4 of these AV2 units (nodes) so that I can connect it to 3 different rooms.
This item is junk - Outperformed by two year old ZyXel product
4 weeks ago
Summary: Don't waste your time - this product is absolute garbage. I purchased one to test replacing my 500 Mbps ZyXel setup. I have gigabit fiber into my home through a Linksys WRT AC1900 router. Directly plugged into the router I see about 940 Mbps up/down.
Summary: I have been using powerline adapters for awhile to try and centralize my router location in order to cover the entire house. They all work, including this one that I thought based on what I read that might be better, as long as you connect both ends on the same line.
Summary: we stream all our media throughout our house from a scratch-built home server. we recently moved into a new house. we hardwired our old house with cat5 throughout to make the streaming to blu-ray players and computers easy.
Summary: For condo dwellers, where running new wiring is a painful option, this is a great tool for running data from your entry port to the place where you use it most...or to all places in the unit. Easy to set up, seamless changeover from wifi....and no data dropouts now!
Summary: I've purchased two sets of these now for a total of 4. Typically 90% of the time, these work incredibly well.. high bandwidth, no latency or issues and they just work! I have them upstairs, downstairs, spread all over the house.
Summary: I just got these in yesterday. I've been trying to speed my 802.11ac network up enough to play Tivo recordings across machines without having to transfer (because some content you're not allowed to transfer, only play).
100% satisfied. This technology is worth the price
12 April 2015
Summary: I have a 100 mbps internet connection and the slowest connection achieved in my house with the D-Link is 50 mbps. I tried a competing product that advertised very high speeds 1.2 gbps and I could only achieve 5 mbps and returned it.
Summary: Pros: The Dlink DHP-701AV is faster than my Linksys PLEK500 (85 Mbps vs 50 Mbps). It is easy to setup and communicates well with other powerlines. Cons: Unstable and unreliable when heavy traffic such as P2P, which network goes to a crawl or drops.