Actiontec MWTV2KIT-01 MyWirelessTV 2 Multi-Room Wireless HD Display Kit MWTV2TX + MWTV2RX
Manufacturer: Actiontec
Mfg Number: MWTV2TX + MWTV2RX
UPC: 789286808615
Condition: New
Actiontec MWTV2KIT-01 MyWirelessTV 2 Multi-Room Wireless HD Display Kit MWTV2TX + MWTV2RX
Product TypeVideo Console/Extender
Brand NameActiontec
ManufacturerActiontec Electronics, Inc
Product ModelMWTV2TX + MWTV2RX
Product NameMyWirelessTV 2 Multi-Room Wireless HD Display Kit
Product LineMyWirelessTV 2
Manufacturer Part NumberMWTV2KIT-01
Manufacturer Website Addresshttp://www.actiontec.com
Graphics ModesFull HD
Maximum Video Resolution1920 x 1080
Wireless LANYes
Wireless LAN StandardIEEE 802.11n
Maximum Operating Distance150 ft
Number of Output Devices Supported1
Number of Input Devices Supported1
Connectivity TechnologyWireless
Package Contents
  • 1 x Transmitter
  • 1 x Receiver
  • HDMI Cable
Limited Warranty1 Year
Replaces HDMI Cables with WirelessMyWirelessTV 2 replaces messy HDMI cables with wireless technology, enabling you to mount an HDTV anywhere you want. The kit wirelessly connects HDTVs, projectors, and other displays with most HDMI-enabled cable/satellite set top boxes, Blu-ray players and consoles. Actiontec's state-of-the-art technology delivers a spectacular high-definition experience. All the highest HD videos standards are supported (1080p and super low latency technology), so you can cut the HDMI cords without having to worry about picture and sound quality. No more HDMI wires: wirelessly transmit live TV and HD video throughout the home or office Works up to 100 feet away, even through walls and floors (actual range is dependent on environment) Full 1080p HD video Compatible with most HDMI-enabled cable, satellite, Blu-ray, and set top boxes Get set up in minutes: everything you need is included in the box Units can operate up to 100 range apart ideally in a home environment through 2-3 walls or floors that are not constructed in non-porous materials (e.g. brick, plaster, cement, metal, stone, or double-glazed glass). Actual display resolution depends on a number of factors, including source's video quality and operating range.