Wireless HDMI

Discus and support Wireless HDMI in XBoX on Consoles to solve the problem; Had a search but cant find much on the topic. Im planning a wall mounted tv and a wireless hdmi sender from xbox to tv. The sender is a belkin screen... Discussion in 'XBoX on Consoles' started by novadragon007, Jan 1, 2014.

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    Had a search but cant find much on the topic. Im planning a wall mounted tv and a wireless hdmi sender from xbox to tv. The sender is a belkin screen cast av4 but my question is has anyone had experience with an xbox and a wireless sender? im curious as
    to what sort of lag if any is experienced. COD in particular is a worry as i may find ive been shot before i can react. Anyone used a sender with that game or any at all?

    cheers

    :)
     
    novadragon007, Jan 1, 2014
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    Hey mate, this forum is reserved for people with support issues, if you would like to post feedback or ideas you can do so here:
    Xbox Ideas, powered by UserVoice

    Also just with your idea, maybe call it something different from 'HDMI wireless cable' as that sounds very contradictory. Also if this 'device' was to just plug into your TV and away you go, where are the games stored? On the device itself?

    If this little device could pretty much do everything my console can in the way of actually playing games then why would I need a console?

    Please do not post back answering my questions, I just wanted to make you think as you have not defined a lot of things.
     
    DigitalAssassin, Jan 1, 2014
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    And also I forgot to say its not only a HDMI form but also a Video audio kind as well.
     
    BrokenDeadSou1, Jan 1, 2014
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  4. DigitalAssassin Win User

    Wireless HDMI

    Hey mate, this forum is reserved for people with support issues, if you would like to post feedback or ideas you can do so here:
    http://xbox.uservoice.com/

    Also just with your idea, maybe call it something different from 'HDMI wireless cable' as that sounds very contradictory. Also if this 'device' was to just plug into your TV and away you go, where are the games stored? On the device itself?

    If this little device could pretty much do everything my console can in the way of actually playing games then why would I need a console?

    Please do not post back answering my questions, I just wanted to make you think as you have not defined a lot of things.
  5. BrokenDeadSou1 Win User

    Wireless HDMI

    And also I forgot to say its not only a HDMI form but also a Video audio kind as well.
  6. Bunionz Win User

    hdmi cause wireless problem ? anyone else from me?

    I ran an HDMI and wireless and had alot of problems with connection. Now I run HDMI and ethernet cord and it ran almost flawless.
  7. Michael kidd Win User

    HDMI cable will not let me connect to xbox live!

    In theory the cable would not affect the wireless card, but the wireless card and the wireless adapter used for headset and controller, will not launch if the xbox is not connected to an output source, the cable may be low quality, i have used low quality
    cables in the past with similar results, first option is to get a better hdmi cable, which is the best option, in a pinch, plug both the hdmi and RGB cable into the xbox and this may work, the hdmi cable takes priority, so the video output of the rgb will
    cease to work once the hdmi cable is inserted, please let me know if either method works.
  8. Daft Badger Win User

    I'm back!

    Wireless is built in but you'll need a HDMI cable as they're not included anymore.
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