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Does Anyone Make A Wireless Dvd Player?

Postby Oxnatun » Mon Oct 02, 2017 11:32 pm

In the master bedroom of our new house we have a corner fireplace with a cable outlet and electrical outlet just above it to mount a flat screen tv.

We currently have a 32" flat screen that does not have a built in DVD player. There is no way to mount a DVD player above the fireplace and showing any of the wires is out of the question. I'm wondering if anyone make a wireless DVD player that will reach from about 15' away? My plan is to put the DVD player in one of the night stands beside the bed and have a wireless signal sent to the TV if this is possible.


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Does Anyone Make A Wireless Dvd Player?

Postby Picford » Thu Oct 05, 2017 3:29 am

High-Definition Wireless Media Player with Progressive Scan DVD

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Features and Benefits:

High Performance

? High-speed 802.11g wireless multimedia streaming

? Supports regular TV and HDTV (720p and 1080i) formats

? Supports external 2.4GHz antenna for increased range

? Integrated PCast module allows for easy playback from Buffalo LinkStation and TeraStation series(sold separately)

Versatile Media Support

? Built-in Progressive Scan DVD player supports DVD/SVCD and data formats

? Wireless access to online media content

? WMV and WMV HD playback

? DivX and DivX HD playback (Official DivX Certified product)

? MP3 and WMA audio

Ease of Use

? Remote control for easy access to all media content

? AOSS (AirStation One-Touch Secure System) provides push button wireless setup and network security

? Front-mounted USB port allows for easy connectivity for USB hard drives, memory sticks, and card readers


Network Interface (Wired)

? Interface: (10BASE-T) IEEE 802.3, (100BASE-TX) IEEE 802.3u

? Supported Protocols: TCP/IP (HTTP) Setup Features, AppleTalk

? Connector Type: RJ-45 8 pin (NIC mode) x 1

? Access Method: CSMA/CD

? Transfer Rate: (Auto Sensing) 10 / 100 Mbps

Network Interface (Wireless)

? Standards: IEEE 802.11g / IEEE 802.11b; ARIB STD-T66

? Frequency: 2,412 - 2,472 MHz (11 channels)

? Data Transfer Rate: 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48, 54 Mbps (IEEE 802.11g); 1, 2, 5.5, 11 Mbps (IEEE 802.11b)

? Access Method: Infrastructure Mode

? Antenna: Internal Diversity Antennas x 2

? Security: WEP 128 (104) / 64 (40) bit (Security can be set up by AOSS technology when you have a Buffalo AOSS enabled router or access point.)

USB Interface

? Interface: USB2.0/1.1

? Controller: VIA VT6212L

? Data Transfer Speed: 480 Mbps

? Connector Type: Series A (Front)

DVD-ROM Interface

? Interface: ATAPI
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Postby Sahale » Fri Oct 06, 2017 2:32 pm

Don't like your chances of a wireless DVD player - but there's another solution. If you have cable & power to the TV where you need it, why not just run the wires behind the wall and have them come out under the cable plate in the wall? Might require professional installation, but not a hard or time-consuming job and you wouldn't have to look at the wires running up the fireplace. Heck, get them to put in wiring for surround-sound speakers while they're at it if you want - get a package wiring deal. No need to go wireless - even if the DVD were available (which it's not,) you'd pay for the wireless thing in picture quality when you don't have to. Just get the wires routed behind the wall.
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