Summary: We purchased this for our new network AV receiver. I wanted something quick and easy that would not have a lot of drops. I had looked at the thought of running a cat 5 to the home theater, and using a powerline wireless unit. Most of those ratings were not as good as the bridge wireless units. Well I saw this unit. The ratings were high and the price was very reasonable. We ordered this unit and we are very pleased.
Summary: This product was easy to set-up. The only concern was the external access to the DVR thru Slingbox when outside the house. I needed to call Slingbox to help with the port-to-port transfer process. This Netgear product however worked well.
Summary: Got mine and it's awesome. Streaming HD with no problem. Am getting 48 - 64 Mbps streaming in my house through two walls. This beats the moca coax device I was using and kills the powerline adapters I had tried.
Works well from Laptops to TV's in Conference setting
Ops King, Amazon
22 November 2010
Summary: This wireless HDMI Tx/Rx set is working well for me in our largest conference room. We send 1080p HDMI with audio from laptops (PC or Mac) sitting at the far end of a very long conference table directly to a Samsung 63" Plasma TV. No problems at 30 feet even through wood cabinet door. When Tx unit gets no feed, Rx unit says "waiting for signal", but as soon as there's an active HDMI input to the Tx unit, Rx locks right up.
Summary: Received brand new original product in retail box as described on site. Although it is an expensive solution for those that want to connect their home theater devices to their network (Amazon price is one of the lowest), it is worth it. Installation was straight forward and worked right away (if you follow the proper steps). My router connects at 22mbs to the internet while the bridge end of the Netgear downloads at 17.5.