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No more wires please

Discussion in 'Do It Yourself (Not Computer-Related)' started by xtremesuccess, Aug 28, 2012.

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  1. xtremesuccess

    xtremesuccess Thread Starter

    Aug 28, 2012

    Hi I want to hook up the Laptop to the TV without using the HDMI cable
    or any cables attached to the laptop.
    Can this be done totally wireless?
    Less wires the better.
    I believe this can be done just need the hardware, or software and directions.
    The TV has both HDMI and the red, white , and yellow cable connections.
    I also have the RCA Wi-Fi 1080p HD Streaming Media Player
    w/Cables hooked up to the TV right now.
    I also want to get the
    3D Video Wizard™ 2D & 3D Content Streaming Device w/ Six pairs of glasses
    here is the link to view : http://www.shopnbc.com/SearchM/Default.aspx?page=LIST&free_text=2D to 3D converter with glasses.

    I just want it all hey, tee hee!!

    I thank you in advance for your time and help in this matter.
  2. dukevyner


    Nov 4, 2011
    you sir, are crazy... but thats ok... cause lots of people are apparently... a quick search for "wireless hdml" turned up this http://www.amazon.com/Wireless-Video-Audio-Transmitter-Receiver/dp/B004HH5IRM/ref=pd_sxp_f_pt

    But of course, i have never used anything like this, guess i'm just getting old, what with my "cords" and all i'm behind the times... anyway if you do decide to get this "Wireless HDMI HD TV Video/Audio Transmitter & Receiver Kit" let us know how it goes, of if you find anything else besure to post here, it's an interesting thought... personally i would have never thought of using wireless for hdmi, but i might have to now lol
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