Summary: So far very happy with these. I love the fact that they have the pass thru power socket so you can still use for other accessories. They are a little bulky, so on two-socket outlets it's tough to get anything in the other socket, but overall these are working great.
Summary: The reason why I jumped at this is that even though I have a that is constantly connected to the network, I really feel more secure with backing everything up to a separate hard drive in a USB enclosure.
Works well for expanding ethernet and connecting USB printer
David Benson, Amazon
17 July 2013
Summary: I used this product in two different ways to test it out. Initially I used it to connect a WDTV Live box in my bedroom area to my wired network, since I don't have an outlet running to where it is and I don't want to run cables across the floor. Setup was easy, pretty much plug and go.
If you have an older home, this is a hit-or-miss product, but otherwise great
29 June 2013
Summary: I've used the , a similar product, in the past, and enjoyed the functionality it gave me, using it to hook up some older video game consoles that were in rroms far away from the router. On the surface, this competing NetGear product makes a sacrifice in top speed (200 Mbps vs.
Excellent network extender with AIRPLAY as a bonus!!!
27 June 2013
Summary: Excellent product if you need it...however it has its drawbacks. What is it?: This is a power-line network extender which has the built in benefit of allowing you to stream music via its built in USB port.
Summary: The Netgear Powerline Music Extended was easy to set up and it works well. It's a bit pricy, but it delivers what it promises. Set up took only about 15 minutes. Music plays fine with no perceptible lag. Good if you need a remote connection to some A/V gear that's simple to setup and use.
A Little Complicated to Set Up, But Works Quite Well
15 June 2013
Summary: I am somewhat tech savvy, but there are some things that I encounter where I need help. This Netgear Powerline Music Extender comes with no written instructions, so if you have any questions, you have to go to the internet for look-up.
Summary: My wife and I have a few old iPods that go everywhere with us, and iPod docks of various makes and models littering every room of our house. Reading about this 'music extender' sounded like something we would like in the house, but I wasn't totally wrapping my head around it.
Summary: I had a heck of a time getting this extender set up. But once I did, it worked pretty well. I use mine to stream music from an external hard drive and to this point I'm happy with it. Don't go after one of these if you don't have at least a little PC/wireless savvy. You may find yourself frustrated.