It's a trend that has been slowing gaining steam over the past few
years, but now that slowness has turned into a rapid sprint to the
finish line. Wireless HD streaming was once a luxury reserved for those
who invested a great deal of funds into their home cinema system; now,
the technologies have multiplied and the prices have sank, making it
easier than ever for average consumers to cut the cords to their HD
Brite-View is no stranger to this sector, and the new Air SyncHD is able
to stream 1080p content uncompressed throughout the home and to your
high-def television. The company claims that this unit acts as an
connection with a range of up to 100 feet, and it uses an
exclusive "Hybrid Connection" in order to feet two HDTVs from a single
HDMI source. The device utilizes WHDI
streaming technology from AMIMON, a
company that has paved the way for all of the "me too" units cluttering
The unit works quite simply; plug one box into a source, and one into a
TV. Between the two, they'll sync up and stream content from source to
television without wires. Pretty simple, but worth $209.99? If you
pre-order, you can get that down to $179.99, which seems a lot more
brite-View Air SyncHD Is the Only Reliable Solution For Streaming Uncompressed 1080p Content Wirelessly
Acts as an invisible HDMI connection with a range of up to 100 feet
SAN JOSE, Calif., Sept. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- brite-View by Xpike Innovation today unveiled the Air SyncHD (model BV-2322), featuring Amimon's latest WHDI module. Currently, the Air SyncHD is the only reliable solution for wireless streaming of uncompressed, 1080p/60 content in a multi-room or multi-floor setting within the same house. It establishes an invisible HDMI connection with a 66-foot range (1080p/60) or 100-foot range (1080i/60)when the "WIDE" mode is activated.
brite-View's exclusive "Hybrid Connection" (aka "loop-through" or "pass-through" connection) allows the Air SyncHD to feed two HDTVs from one HDMI source. Simply connect Air SyncHD's transmitter via HDMI to the HDTV and the video/audio source (i.e. Blu-ray player, game console, DVR), and then connect the receiver to a second TV in the house. Viewers can then enjoy the same content available on the primary TV. Air SyncHD users don't need a second set of HD audio-video equipment, even an HTPC normally connected to the primary TV.
"From customers' positive feedback on the Air HD, brite-View's first WHDI product, we learned that the cost/performance ratio impressed people," said Robert Lo, CEO of Xpike Innovation. "The market has been waiting for the magic to happen for their 1080p/60 content for multi-room streaming, and now brite-View, the market leader in WHDI technology, is providing that solution."
The Air SyncHDMSRP is $209.99, but it will be available for $179.99 during the pre-order period at www.brite-view.com. Any Facebook user aged 18 or older who resides within the 50 U.S. states may enter a sweepstakes to win a package that includes an Air SyncHD, a Panasonic Blu-ray Player and the movie Iron Man 2 on Blu-ray DVD.