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Which AV Sender is right for you?

  • Author:Pakite
  • Release on :2016-07-13

Which AV Sender is right for you?

Wireless audio video sender (transmitter & receiver)

With the time goes by, more and more av sender brands appear in the market, how can I distinguish which model is fight for me?(more choosing guide)


First, you will need to make is whether you want a Standard Definition(SD) or High Definition (HD) AV Sender. This choice may already be made for you based on the equipment you have. Take example by PAKITE Brand, most of wireless av sender belongs to PAKITE is Standard Definition with AV Jack, as if your device only HDMI jack, then PAKITE Brand SD wireless av sender is not workable. As I know PAKITE launched a hdmi wireless transmitter and will be on sale at next month.


Second, you have to make sure the transmission range, if you will use STB and Monitor at different floor, then I will suggest you choose the av sender with long transmission range like PAT-260 av sender and PAT-266 av sender, if you will use in the same floor but existing many walls between STB(set-top box) and Monitor, then you have to pay attention 150 meter transmission range sender support passed one wall, and 250meter transmission range sender support passed two wall, may be better penetration ability, it’s up to using environment.


Third, you have to make sure the using environment, if you will use the wireless av sender with other wireless device within one house, I will suggest you choose 5.8GHz frequency band senders, 5.8GHz frequency band can avoid interference effectively, it’s because most of wireless device is 2.4GHz, so 5.8GHz frequency band would not getting influence by 2.4GHz. If you will use wireless av sender at different floor, then you have to use 2.4ghz frequency band, in this situation, you can switch channels to change the frequency into a little difference with other device to avoid interference .


If you don't know whether you have standard-definition or high-definition equipment then simply look at the back of your equipment and determine what type of output connections are available.