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    Just about everyone wants to mount an HDTV on the wall but most don't wants to run wires to it. No way around running at least power, but as for the rest there are a few solutions if you have the cash. One of those solutions is the Philips Wireless HDTV Link. In addition to the obvious wireless functionality, It is also a 2 way HDMI and 2 way component switch. The way it works is that you mount a small, lightweight receiver around your TV with a single HDMI cable running tethered to your HDTV. Then you put the larger transmitter with all the inputs within 75-feet of your HDTV with all your source equipment connected to it. Then with a help from the included remote you can watch any one of the four HD sources on your remote HDTV.


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    Sounds great. But........ man some are having issues with wired HDMI connections. They need to work the kinks out before I jump on this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mytime View Post
    Sounds great. But........ man some are having issues with wired HDMI connections. They need to work the kinks out before I jump on this.
    IMO, as long as you still have a power line showing than you only accomplished half the job. Not for me.


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