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Belkin F7D4516 ScreenCast AV4 – Clutter Removing 4 Port Wireless HDMI Adapter

Belkin F7D4516 ScreenCast AV4 - Clutter Removing 4 Port Wireless HDMI Adapter

Wirelessly connect your home theater equipment to your HDTV and keep devices out of sight

  • Store AV equipment up to 100 feet away even in another room.
  • Enjoy full-HD 1080 pixel resolution, 3D video, and up to 7.1 channels of surround sound.
  • The IR Blaster gives you total device control. Just point your remote at the TV, and ScreenCast does the rest.
  • Ideal for wall-mounted HDTVs.
  • Easy setup. Connect your AV devices to the transmitter and hide them away.

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Question by Ricky: Is there such thing as a wireless micro hdmi?
So I know there are wireless hdmi’s ,but is there a wireless micro hdmi to hdmi cable that anyone knows of? I want one for my transformer prime to hook it up to the TV from a distance while still being able to control it…. A long Micro hdmi to hdmi would work as well (over 10 ft) .
If you could provide a link to purchase one for a reasonable price as well that would be awesome :)

Best answer:

Answer by Tech Geeks
I have never seen the wireless solution you would like.

Here is a 10ft micro HDMI to HDMI cable though

Part Number: 10V3-44110
Description: HDMI to Micro HDMI Cable, High Speed with Ethernet, 10 ft
More Info: http://www.cablewholesale.com/specs/10v3-44110.htm

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What customers say about Belkin F7D4516 ScreenCast AV4 – Clutter Removing 4 Port Wireless HDMI Adapter?

  1. 31 of 36 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good unless you use more than one HDMI input, March 2, 2012
    J. York (Cypress, TX United States) –
    (TOP 500 REVIEWER)

    This review is from: Belkin F7D4516 ScreenCast AV4 – Clutter Removing 4 Port Wireless HDMI Adapter (Electronics)
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    If your HDTV is in a location that is not well suited to HDMI cable connections from your cable box or DVD players, the Belkin ScreenCast AV4 may be a satisfactory wireless solution. Although the product delivers wireless audio and video of excellent quality, it has some limitations and is not well suited for all situations. Read on for details.

    + Wireless video/audio quality appears to be equal to direct-HDMI connected video
    + 40 foot video feed through my walls worked flawlessly
    + No interference (that I could detect) with my wireless network
    + Basic setup surprisingly easy

    – Flaky behavior of remote control
    – Slow to change display input source

    The ScreenCast AV4 was fairly simple to attach to my home theater. The package includes two pieces of hardware; one attaches to your television and a power outlet, the other attaches to each of your AV devices and a second power outlet. Once done, I powered on both of the Belkin boxes and within 2 minutes there was video on my TV.

    Because this was my first time to power on the ScreenCast AV, a setup menu appeared asking me to select my language. After that it said it was preparing to help me setup my inputs with usable labels (i.e. “Satellite”, “Blu-Ray”, etc…). Unfortunately, something went wrong with the ScreenCast AV at this point and that menu never appeared. The included remote control, used to change inputs on the Belkin between your AV devices, quit working completely. Fortunately, I powered one of the Belkin boxes off, then back on, and the remote control started working.

    Aside from the problem setting up my inputs on the Belkin, the fact that the audio and video automatically started working is quite nice. I think that if Belkin can come up with a firmware update to fix the issues with the remote control, setup would be a major positive for this product.

    Most operation of this device is transparent. If you had a simple setup involving nothing more than a cable or satellite tuner box and your HDTV, you would never interact with the Belkin. Everything would just work.

    Unfortunately, many of us have more than one device attached to our HDTV. It’s common to have a DVD/Blu-Ray player or possibly a gaming system or Internet-attached device. Each of these typically consume an HDMI input on your HDTV. The Belkin ScreenCast AV4 takes care of this by providing 4 HDMI inputs. The problem is that changing between those inputs is a chore. The included remote control is very tiny and the selection of inputs was a clumsy and slow affair that caused immediate frustration.

    There is a noticeable lag between when you push a button on the remote control and the Belkin responds. This gets old fast. The process of changing input from my DVR to my Boxee Box easily takes 10 seconds. I can’t imagine anyone being satisfied with this level of performance.

    After some period of time (hours?), the remote control quit working again. The box was sending audio/video and I was able to watch TV, but I was unable to change the input. Powering off the unit with the IR receiver (for the remote) and then powering it back on solved this problem.

    The ScreenCast AV4 only supports HDMI devices. If you have any older component video devices, they will not work. If most of your equipment is newer than 2005, you probably don’t have this problem. If you do have some older equipment you can’t use this product.

    With the ScreenCast AV4 attached to my Panasonic plasma television, the HDTV is no longer able to sense when a component attached to it has been turned off. With direct HDMI connections, if I turned off my DVD player, Boxee Box, or DirecTV DVR, and somehow failed to turn off the Panasonic, it would automatically shut off about 2-3 minutes later. Not it stays on forever showing only a black picture. I don’t think this is a big problem but I do want to note it since I know some people probably have careless kids in the house that might not remember to turn off the TV. If that is your situation, this device might cause premature wear on your TV and larger electricity bills.

    Combined power consumption of the two ScreenCast AV boxes was about 6 watts when idle (when your TV and cable box are off). When you power on your TV and cable box, the combined power usage increased to about 11 watts. That is a relatively low power consumption that you will not notice on your monthly bill.

    Neither unit has a fan; you will not hear any noise when they are turned on.

    If you’re looking for a wireless connection to your HDTV and only have to deal with one audio/video source, the Belkin ScreenCast AV 4 is probably a very good choice. The…

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  2. 10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Did Not Work Properly; Very Frustrating Experience, June 27, 2012

    This review is from: Belkin F7D4516 ScreenCast AV4 – Clutter Removing 4 Port Wireless HDMI Adapter (Electronics)

    This is my experience with the Belkin Screencast AV4:

    Thursday, June 14: Received the Screencast. It worked perfectly with my DVD player, my laptop and Apple TV, but it did not work with my cable receiver (a standard Comcast receiver). With the cable, there was only an occasional flicker of picture and no audio. This appears to be a problem that multiple reviewers have had. I tried placing the Screencast receiver and transmitter side by side, a few feet away, several feet away, etc. There was no wall or anything blocking the signal. Also, I power cycled the Screencast, changed the HDMI wires, tried turning off my router just in case there was a frequency issue, etc. Nothing worked.

    Friday, June 15: I contacted Belkin support through the Belkin website. I received an auto-reply saying I should expect a response within one business day.

    Tuesday, June 19: Still no response from Belkin support, and so I e-mailed customercare@belkin.com and asked for a response. Later that night I received a response with a phone number to call for support.

    Wednesday, June 20: The person I spoke with at support was nice but couldn’t help me. His advice was more or less limited to power cycling the Screencast and checking the HDMI wires. After I spent a good deal of time on hold, I was transferred to a Level 2 technician. This person was also nice but didn’t have any additional advice. After more time on hold, I was then told that a Level 3 technician would call me later in the day. I stayed home waiting on the call, but it never came.

    Friday, June 22: I wasted more time trying to get the Screencast to work with my cable receiver. It wouldn’t. The Level 3 technician still hadn’t called, and so I called Belkin support again. The person I spoke with put me on hold, then came back and assured me over and over that a Level 3 technician was going to call me later in the day. He said to just wait for the call.

    Saturday, June 23: More time gone forever while trying to get the Screencast to work. Also, the Level 3 technician never called. I called Belkin again and was put on hold again. The person I spoke with finally came back and her advice was to continue to wait for the Level 3 technician. I thanked her, unplugged the Screencast, placed it in a box, and returned it. The urge to soak the Screencast in gasoline and blast it with a flamethrower was almost irresistible.

    Tuesday, June 26. I received an e-mail from a Level 3 technician asking if I still needed assistance. I deleted the e-mail.

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  3. 10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    This turned out to be exactly what I needed, April 26, 2012

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    I like to plan my projects down to the last detail. My home AV setup project worried me a little because wireless video transmission was an area that was fairly new (at least to me and people I know). I purchased a Samsung UN55D6000 LED tv to put above our fireplace, mounted on a Sanus full-motion mount. Our den is wired so that all the speaker wires and components are on the opposite wall of the TV and in the corner, about 25 feet away. I have a Samsung blu-ray player, Comcast HD DVR box, Apple TV3, and an Onkyo receiver. I decided to go with the Belkin Screencast AV4 for a few reasons: I wasn’t using a plasma screen (I read there was interference), It had a longer range and had less interference through walls, and it wouldn’t interfere with my home wireless network (Linksys E4200 v2 Dual Band Router). I decided to go with a Harmony 900 RF remote to handle everything and allow me to hide all the components across the room.

    When I got it all in and hooked up, I was very pleased with the performance. I’ve had crystal clear HD content with no glitches (I’ve been using it for a month now) The only drawback is the automation of changing sources. Since I have a Harmony remote, I set it to change between them in a sequence, but it doesn’t always catch. I resorted to putting “soft buttons” (customizable buttons on the touchscreen of the remote) for the commands that are on the remote that comes with the Screencast AV4. This allows me to dismiss the dialogue box once it has changed to a different source.

    Note: When I first tried using the blu-ray player, it wouldn’t play a DVD, only blu-rays. The screen would go green and the top would be pixelated. I tried and tried and even opened a service ticket with Belkin. I finally found the issue on my own: I had the blu-ray video settings set to auto, which would change resolution as the content changed(menus, previews, the movie, etc). The Screencast didn’t like this. I went in and changed the video output to only output 1080p and it fixed it.

    It was hard to trust the reviews because I wanted to know exactly how it would work with what I wanted to do. I think I’ve come to see that it does “just work”. Changing sources can be a slight hassle, but other than that, it’s perfect for me. Now I have a TV above the fireplace and not one device showing in the room.

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