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brite-View Air SyncHD (BV-2322) Uncompressed 1080p Video/ Audio Wireless Transmission Kit


brite-View Air SyncHD (BV-2322) Uncompressed 1080p Video/ Audio Wireless Transmission Kit


brite-View “Air SyncHD” (BV-2322) Wireless 1080p HD Video/ Audio Transmission Kit

  • Air- bridge your HDMI-ready device and HDTV in uncompressed 1080p HD quality
  • Hybrid Transmission (Loop-through Connection): transmit HD video/ audio signals through wired and wireless
  • brite-View’s Exclusive Transmission Enhancement Technology: up to 100 feet (1080i) / 66 feet (1080p), line-of-sight; Support up to 1080p@ 60Hz HD quality resolution and 1080i @ WIDE mode
  • IR technology enabled for easy remote control operation
  • Plug & Play: no software installation required ;Less than 1ms latency making it ideal for PC and online gaming; HDMI 1.3 supported

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  1. 36 of 36 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Surprisingly good!, December 15, 2010
    By 
    bendenajones (California) –

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    This review is from: brite-View Air SyncHD (BV-2322) Uncompressed 1080p Video/ Audio Wireless Transmission Kit (Electronics)

    I am using this solution to share a Dish Network Vip 211 from an upstairs bedroom to a office 23″ TV on the 1st floor (2 story house). The 211 is set to output 1080i.

    I just plugged everything in and wa-la, it just worked. It came up in “wide” mode – not certain if that’s the default or if it changes depending upon input.

    My office has to be “noisy” RF-wise. Although we don’t have any land-line and thus cordless phones, I do run a 802.11n setup and I have about 6 computers on around the receiver. My cell phone (iphone) is also sitting within 2 ft of the receiver.

    I shut the door to the bedroom – it had no impact on PQ or signal. I get 3 bars on the brightview OSD for signal strength. Switched to wide mode off and it didn’t make a difference – however, I suspect it would if I was trying to send a 1080p signal.

    Now for the crucial info…how far is my transmitter from the receiver? Well, point-to-point, just under 20ft, but that’s through walls/floor as the bedroom with the transmitter is not right above the office and there’s no overlap of the rooms. We have wood flooring with walls of sheet rock over wood studs. And since RF doesn’t “bend”, the brightview is able to punch through the ceiling/floor/walls/ducting/insulation and give me what I had hoped for. I had planned on mounting the units on the wall close to room openings to max the signal – but that is completely unnecessary. I simply have them placed next to the 211 in the bedroom (about 1/2 way in) and behind the TV in the office (all the way in the room against a wall).

    The IR extender is a nice bonus – it works through the brightview receiver/transmitter. A tip here is when you take off the sticky back on one of the IR blasters, simply stick that partially (without completely covering) the IR input port of your output device (the 211 in my case). The IR blaster transmits through it’s sticky-side to provide remote commands. There’s just a slight delay, barely noticeable, when using 211 remote from the office room.

    It’s just like I had the 211 in the office (where it was prior to getting the brightview). PQ is great, remote control is great; I am able to control the brightview consoles via its remote in the office to turn them on/off. I’ve been testing it now for about 4 hrs, and not one drop-out or any other issue. Controlling the DVR and moving through the programming guide, again, is just like the 211 was in the office.

    Very happy with the solution – a lot easier than running cabling!
    ——————————————————————-
    Update: 1-25-11

    I’ve had the product now for a little over one month and the bottom line, I am still very happy with the setup/purchase.

    Some additional observations:
    -Using “Wide Mode” I noticed that during Basketball games I would notice a slight “stutter” or jitter of the player movement, like frames were being dropped; basically the player motion was not smooth. Switch the setup to “Normal Mode” (i.e. Wide Mode off) and the issue immediately went away; turn wide-mode on problem came back. I tested on several different games that were on at the time to make sure it wasn’t a channel issue. Clearly, in wise-mode, the setup must do some compression and/or dropping of frames to get the video there at max overall quality. I would say that using wide mode was fine, just not for high motion TV (like probably only basketball).

    -I do get the occasional drop out where, for whatever reason, the setup needs to switch channels. At first the image starts to seriously degrade with tons of macro blocking, etc. then puff, image is gone, a few seconds later the units negotiate another channel and all is well. I’ve never got more than one drop-out per viewing session, often none (keep in mind, I got lots of RF devices doing their thing so my environment isn’t in a constant state).

    -If you have reception problems, you need to minimize the amount of metal between the tx and the rx. This can be done by simply changing the position of the tx and/or rx so that the point to point doesn’t go through a frig, metal door, stove, etc. Use a longer hdmi cable as necessary to get a “clean” line of site/point to point as possible.

    -using 720p or 1080i will allow you to get a better overall experience than 1080p. So if you only got a 720p TV, run only 720p over the tx/rx – you won’t notice the diff 90% of the time.

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  2. 37 of 39 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Works great so far!, October 15, 2010
    By 
    Dan

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    I just received the Air SynchHD yesterday so my experience is somewhat limited, but so far it is working great. I bought this to use to watch TV out by the pool on game day and to eliminate the long HDMI cable that I had been dragging back and forth each weekend and hanging out a window. So far I have tested it outside and the picture is as clear as it was when the HDTV was connected by HDMI directly to the cable box. My setup outside is definitely pushing the limits of the 33 foot NLOS so it took some time to find a placement of the receiver that would allow it to connect to the transmitter. But once connected, I let it run for about four hours and never lost the signal. While I bought this for game day outside I found that I can also use it during the weekdays when we are not outside to eliminate a second cable box in our exercise room. That setup puts the receiver about 20 feet from the transmitter and works perfectly as well. We are going to end up saving over $17 a month on our cable bill by eliminating two cable boxes (the one we had designated for outside and the one in the exercise room).

    One possible option to consider: The Air SynchHD only has one HDMI-in port but I have hooked it up with a IO Gear HDMI smart switch and can use it with our cable box, PS3 and Blu-Ray player. The smart switch just sends the signal for whichever one is on to the transmitter. So, we can do movies, watch cable or play games outside (or in our exercise room). I definitely recommend this setup for anyone who wants to be able to use more than one HD device with the transmitter. It is much easier than disconnecting and reconnecting cables every time you want to switch from cable box to blu-ray, etc.. Oh, and the HDMI output feature is great as well to allow you to use this device with a cable box that is also connected to another HDTV. I run the output HDMI cable to our Onkyo receiver. The receiver has a multi-room feature that feeds our outdoor speakers so we can watch HDTV in full stereo sound outside.

    If I experience any problems after further use I will update this review. But, I have to admit that so far this product has worked great.

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  3. 16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Beware of compatibility issues, December 5, 2010
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    This review is from: brite-View Air SyncHD (BV-2322) Uncompressed 1080p Video/ Audio Wireless Transmission Kit (Electronics)

    I have two complaints with the product. For one, the range is not that great especially through any walls. The other is that there is an issue with DirecTV receivers where for some reason it blanks out on the just the local channels (CBS, NBC, ABC and FOX). It works fine with all of the other channels like ESPN, etc.. Brite View has no solution at this point, but maybe they’ll come up with one. I suggest you review their web site forums first if you plan to use with DirecTV to see if they get it fixed. I’m sending mine back because I can’t use it as is and I’m not risking them not fixing the issue. It is a new product so maybe they will release a firmware update later. If you can live with the limited range and you don’t have DirecTV it may work for you.

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