Wireless Audio/Video from Computer to TV

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I am looking for a cheap way to wirelessly transmit A/V data from my computer to my tv, which is in a different room. Is this possible at all, and what are my options?

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No. If you had a device at the tv end to translate the data and then pipe it to the tv you could, but this is not cheap.

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  • Sonotsky
    Well, it won't be ultra-cheap.... but you can set up a standard 802.11a/b/g card in your PC, then get one of those media player boxes (such as from D-Link, http://www.d-link.com/products/category.asp?cid=75&sec=1 but I'm sure they're others out there), then hook that into your TV. For streaming media from a PC to your TV or home theatre, your best bet really is to wire it up with Cat5/5e/6. I have a length of Cat5e poking through a coax-cable wall outlet, connecting my PS2's network adaptor to my switch. A $20 PS2/Windows program lets me stream away. Cheers
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  • Aristodemos
    Hi, I suggest you buy a tv card for you computer, connect the A/V input into that and stream to your tv via a wireless network. At the tv end you will need to buy a multimedia adapter, i know netgear and linksys do them, and connect that up to your tv.
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