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    Cables To Go TruLink 1-Port 60 GHz WirelessHD Video Transmitter and Receiver Kit

    Cables To Go TruLink 1-Port 60 GHz WirelessHD Video Transmitter and Receiver Kit

    The TruLink 1-Port 60 GHz WirelessHD Kit enables high definition wireless transmission between your television and your HDMI components. You can have full HD 1080p signal from your computer, Blu-ray player, set-top box, gaming console or other HDMI device to your HDMI-enabled television. The 60 GHz transmission capability means greater flexibility in your home theater setup by allowing you to place the in-room components up to 33 feet apart.


    The TruLink kit, which includes the wireless transmitter and wireless receiver, is nice because you don’t have to wire and cable it. By offering true uncompressed audio/video transmission, the TruLink WirelessHD kit is a quick, convenient and reliable cable replacement. This plug-and-play solution requires no software, no drivers and no setup. Simply connect the receiver with the HDMI component and instantly transmit content to your television.

    Here are some specs……

    • Supports wireless transmission up to 33ft/10M in-room (longer distances may be supported depending on the environment
    • Plug-and-play solution means no drivers, software, or setup required
    • Auto Power function will automatically turn off the attached component when the transmitter is turned off
    • Transmitter and receiver each have on/off switch to conserve power when not in use
    • Transmitter and receiver are wall-mountable
    • WirelessHD 1.0 certified
    • Meets Digital Transmission Content Protection (DTCP) protocol
    • Compatible with other WiHD enabled consumer electronics bearing the logo
    • Supports Deep Color, x.v.Color Dolby True HD, and DTS-HD Master Audio
    • FCC and CE approvals
    • 36 antenna array provides a strong wireless signal
    • Data transfer rates of up to 4 Gbps
    • Supports true uncompressed 1080p@60Hz resolutions
    • Supports 7.1 channel surround sound


    With the kit, you get One 60 GHz Wireless HDMI Transmitter, One 60 GHz Wireless HDMI Receiver, Two 1.2m HDMI v1.3 cables, One IR (Infrared) Remote for power control, Two 12V DC Power Adapters (1.5m cable length), One wall mounting bracket for the receiver and not a bad-written User Manual.  You do need an HDMI port to use this, however, besides that this kit is a breeze to setup and use.  And the video quality is the best I’ve seen in a wireless transmission device.  Below is listed some requirements should you choose to purchase one of these.

    System Requirements:

    Available HDMI port on connected component, Available HDMI port on television/monitor

    Processors: Primary Processor LPC2106

    Secondary Processor Sil9134 (Receiver) Sil9135 (Transmitter)

    Memory: Black/White printing ink

    TRULink logo engraved

    Interface: HDMI® 1 Port HDMI V1.3 input (Transmitter)

    HDMI 1 Port HDMI V1.3 output (Receiver)

    Wireless: 60GHz: 36 Antenna Array Ceramic package

    Range: 10 meter in-room

    Transmitting Power: 27dBm (Receiver)

    Receive Sensitivity: -65dBm (Receiver)

    Transmit Power: 17.5dBm (Transmitter)

    Reset Button: Pin hole switch on side

    Power Switch: On/Off (hard shut-off)

    LEDs: Power; Strong; Weak; Link (signal indicators)

    Operating Environment Operating Temp. 0°C to 40°C

    Storage Temp. -30°C to 70°C

    Operating Humidity 10% to 90% Non-Condensing

    Storage Humidity 5% to 90% Non-Condensing

    Power Consumption 13.32W/12.12W(Max/Typ),

    Sleep mode 2.5W

    External Power Supply AC 90-230V @ 60Hz input,

    DC 12V 1.5A output

    Dimensions Unit Size: 187 x 85 x 45.5 (Transmitter and Receiver)

    Unit Weight: (g) 367g+/- 10g

    While the TruLink 1-Port 60 GHz WirelessHD Kit retails for around a salty $500, it is a perfect accessory for your media center, and the price is well worth the headaches of wiring other like-devices. Best of all, you really don’t lose any transmission quality, even though it’s wireless.

    Published on July 21, 2010

    David Novak
    David Novak
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