The Brite-view BV-2500 wireless HDTV Kit is comprised of a transmitter (BV-2500T) and a receiver (BV-2500R). The transmitter and receiver in this kit allow you to wirelessly transmit uncompressed high-definition video from any HD video device to your HDTV anywhere in your home. This unique feature of the Brite-view BV-2500 wireless HDTV kit eliminates the need for messy audio/video cable connections and offers a maximum range of 70 feet. You can connect your Blu-ray player, set-top box, game console, DVR and AV receiver into the Air HD (BV-2500) HD transmitter, and have the HDTV equipped with a matching BV-2500 receiver. This allows you to have all of your AV sources in a separate room from the actual display.
The Brite-view BV-2500's built-in Omni-directional Antenna System enables wide-range HD video transmission (Line of Sight Max. 70 ft. or 20 m and Non-Line of Sight Max. 35 ft. or 10m, depending on the environment). The quality achieved is equal to an HDMI wired connection. The HD transmission even goes through walls, with virtually no latency to deal with (less than one millisecond). With the No-Latency feature, users can play High-Definition video games using the wireless link, without experiencing fuzziness or lag. The BV-2500 supports HD up to: 1080i @ 60Hz, and 1080p @ 24/25/30Hz. The Air HD works with both HDMI and analog outputs. It supports analog audio at 48khz and 24-bit per sample, and digital up to 3.072Mbps AC-3 and DTS.
Operating on the NON-DFS (Dynamic Frequency Selection) frequencies and with the “Automatic Frequency Selection” feature, the Brite-view BV-2500 wireless HDTV system will automatically change frequency if it detects interference from another RF (radio frequency) system. In other words Brite-view BV-2500 wireless HDTV will adjust its frequency between 4.9~5.9 GHz automatically for the best video transmission performance. With the Air HD, you won’t need to rent a second set-top box from your cable provider, or buy another DVD player or game console.
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