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    Monoprice 5.8GHz Wireless Audio/Video Transmitter
    Product # 10247
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    I have a tv outside the house, can I send the signal of my cable box to my outside tv?
    A shopper on Feb 14, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your question. To obtain a strong and reliable signal it would be best to have a clear line of sight between the antennas. Without any obstructions you can send the signal up to 200ft. However, the unit is intended for indoor use and outdoor conditions can affect the functionality. I hope this helps.
    Can I use two of these to send audio to 2 rear surround speakers?
    Lautaro G on Aug 1, 2017

    Simple answer is that this extender was not intended to be used in the manner, so i would recommend a different solution.

    This unit simply extends two channels of analog audio from one location to another, so if you already have a set of powered speakers as your surrounds, then these would work just fine, as long as your surround amplifier features an analog output via RCA for the rear channels.
    What is the measured delay or latency of this unit? Is it less than 20ms?
    Victor G on Jan 2, 2018
    Can i connect this to my audio receiver?
    A shopper on Nov 26, 2017
    Can I purchase multiple receivers and one transmitter so that I can send audio to multiple places?
    Mike V on Jan 16, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Hello, thank you for your question. Unfortunately one transmitter will not work with multiple receivers also we do not carry the receivers on their own. I apologize for the inconvenience
    I have Xfinity box and would like to hook this up but the only ports are directly connected to my tv and box. Are there any videos to show how to hook this up?
    A shopper on Jan 10, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: I take the L/R audio out from the cable box and connect them to the transmitter. Then I have the receiver connected to the AUX IN on my stereo equipment. If you are sending composite video and L/R audio to your TV and don't have available outputs then you can use a "Y cable on each of the audio outs on the cable box and connect to the transmitter.
    I want to connect this to a POE security camera in my detached garage and connect the other end to the Ethernet cable connected to the NVR, will this item accomplish that?
    Jake D on Jul 22, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: No. This device would not be suitable to extend the ethernet connection to a network ip camera. It doesn't have an eithernet port, it will extend an video and audio signal with rca cables on both ends.
    I'd like to possible use this for a remote powered speaker application for my DJ business. Will this setup work in that scenario?
    A shopper on Feb 27, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Yes but remember you can't have anything blocking line of sight (people on dance floor etc). If your pa speakers are on stands and that gets them over people it will work fine.
    How did the folks in the reviews wire this transmitter for a subwoofer?
    Marcus G on Mar 10, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: This device just transmits and receives an audio signal (plus video). The received audio signal must be input into an amplifier to boost the signal to run a speaker. The amplifier would have have an output for a sub-woofer to get just the subwoofer sound from a normal audio signal. A subwoofer output is filtered to only output the bass sound to a speaker. If the transmitted signal contained only the subwoofer audio signal, then any amplifier output could be used to power the subwoofer.
    I want to mirror my display frommy security system cameras, either from the system itself that has hdmi connection or the current tv it displays on. Will this product work to mirror the display indoors and on a separate floor?
    New User U on Apr 25, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: While I have not done what you're trying to do, please note that this system does not have HDMI input/outputs - only analog video and audio RCA jacks. Also, this unit is a bit finicky with placement and orientation. If you're trying to send the signal through more than one wall or floor, then I doubt that you will be satisfied.
    What is the latency?
    Daniel M on Mar 22, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: I haven't noticed any latency. Response is quick. There would be a normal latency between original source and connected device, but that should only be in the milliseconds.
    Hello I would like to set up my cable box wirelessly with the cable box upstairs and the TV downstairs. Would this work or would there be too much interference? Thankyou
    A shopper on May 11, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: It depends on how far apart they are. Any traffic in between will cause interference certain devices included like other wireless equipment
    can you buy additional receivers for product #10247, wireless a/v transmitter?
    A shopper on May 3, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your question. This item would not support additional receivers. It would be a 1 to 1 set up. I hope this helps.

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    Hi, can I use this to connect subwoofer to surround? It would only be about 10 feet away, just can not run wire from receiver to sub where it is.
    A shopper on Jun 1, 2018
    I can’t seem to get the remote to work with the receiver. Do I use the remote from tv I am sending the image too or the remote I am getting the image from? I am using it on my cable box to send the video to my bedroom.
    A shopper on May 16, 2018
    3.9 / 5.0
    55 Reviews
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    Audio/Video/Remote extender
    Hands down, this unit has it all over even the more expensive units on the market. My only gripe is that it doesn't work with my DISH remote control. That and I had to send it back at my expense which was twice as much as what I paid to have it shipped to me in the first place!
    Monoprice: if I have to pay shipping both ways, why not cut me a break on the shipping costs. You get a much better rate from the carriers than I do. How's this sound: You could send the customer a prepaid shipping label and deduct your shipping cost from the refund? (obviously this only works in a refund scenario)

    PROS: Very sharp picture and sound.
    Great price for a 5.8 Ghz unit

    CONS: Not compatible with Dish Network (and others?) remote controls
    June 20, 2013
    Works great and very hackable (in a GOOD way!)
    I used a pair of these at work, mostly for audio, and they worked fine. (5.8gHz will not penetrate obstacles well, so plan accordingly.) The audio signal-to-noise ratio is not as good as a digital link, but for pop music or TV it will sound 100% fine. Outdoors I got a reliable stereo audio signal up to about 300ft line-of-sight! (Didn't test video at those distances.)

    I needed a robust analog audio link for a custom project so I opened these up to harvest their transmitter/receiver modules (SM206TL and SM206R respectively). These modules were used in popular model aircraft FPV systems and they are great low-power links. (They require 5v and the transmitter draws about 120mA). I added an external antenna jack and a 5.8gHz helical antenna and now I get perfect transmission over at least 500 feet as long as the antenna are carefully aimed. There are fewer and less severe dropouts when obstacles like bodies block the line of sight too. (I'm a licensed HAM radio operator. Without a license you shouldn't really upgrade the antennas, but it's good to know you can extract the little TX/RX modules and use them for smaller projects.

    PROS: Works reliably
    Looks and sounds good

    CONS: It's SD video, of course, but currently there is no inexpensive 1080p wireless video standard.
    Most 5.8gHz devices (including these) will have static bursts if you walk between the transmitter/receiver
    January 7, 2016
    It's great!
    Good price, great service. Thanks!

    PROS: By using my new wireless transmitter, I can now enjoy internet music from my computer in my home office while relaxing in my living room recliner. The sound is exceptional.

    CONS: It doesn't bring me refreshments.
    March 1, 2014
    Works Great- Living Room Home Theater
    I'm using this unit to send a signal to my Velodyne subwoofer so as not to have to run cables under the carpet. I have so many devices, WiFi, cordless phones, etc...and not any interference with these. I first tried another brand (non Monoprice) 2.4 GHz unit and got hum and poor signals even line of site 20' or so. The other brand had 4 channels to select from and tried all 4 and still hum and even walking in the line of sight path would cause signal loss.

    These units look well built and do the job perfectly.

    I'm very happy with these even though they were a little more expensive than other similar units but I'd say well worth the money.

    I'm sure they'd work great for sending from room to room as well since the do the job perfectly in my application.

    Very happy with every Monoprice purchase over the years, even returning a cable or something simple their customer service is excellent!

    My friend pre-wired his new home while under construction and every wire for his in wall home theater, internet room to room, wall plates, HDMI cables, everything was purchased at Monoprice and perfect quality, great prices and all works great!

    PROS: Easy setup, no problems using default preset channels. Nice looking units in case you are putting them somewhere not hidden.

    CONS: None-works perfectly as advertised.
    November 22, 2013
    Worked as specified
    I ordered the package with free shipping and was expecting a long lead time. but. Received it in 2 days. I only needed my Sub woofer to work (LFE) port. So I plugged my soundbar LFE output into the monoprice transmitter R (port) and plugged in the subwoofer LFE input into the monoprice Reciever report and all worked perfectly.

    For kicks I did test a TV with the RGB connection to my DVR and it also worked as advertised. Great product

    PROS: Easy Setup.

    Works on TV RGB.

    Also works for my Sub woofer

    Reasonable price

    CONS: None
    August 1, 2015
    TV where you want it
    Not only can I put a TV in any room, I can make use of Satellite from the main TV without another box. And my wife can watch Hockey while she tends to the garden (even if her team doesn't win, sigh!)

    Unfortunately BlueRay is HDMI and that doesn't work with this device. Most Satellite, Cable, DVD and VCR Boxes can follow the TV. I can even put the grandkids in the closet and they won't mind...
    June 1, 2017
    1 year ago
    5.8 Gig A/V Extender
    After putting up with the poor picture quality and signal interference with a Radio Shack 2.4 Gig system for ten years, the Monoprice 5.8 Gig system was an amazing change for the better. It does not suffer from interference from our 5.8 Gig cordless phones or router and the picture on the receiving TV is every bit as good as on the source TV.

    PROS: Easy setup, transmits through walls with no degradation of picture.

    CONS: I would like to have the receiver equipped with an antenna output in addition to the composite video outputs.
    January 9, 2014
    Sound Works Good
    I purchased this to get my satellite signal from my travel trailer to my building site where I have a receiver with speakers. It's about a 100 feet between the transmitter and receiver and there is a couple walls in between. Overall is does well with just the sound, I do have to have the devices pointed at each other or they will not work and if I walk between them it will get static. The devices are very light weight and just the cords coming off of them can make it a little difficult to keep them pointed correctly. I have not tried the video signal. Quite expensive for what I needed but I could not find just a sound transmitter.

    I'd buy them again.

    PROS: Transmits the sound good about 100 feet.

    CONS: Aiming is a little difficult, limited range of motion to get both devices pointed at each other.
    December 5, 2013
    Hooking up to coax cable
    All the tvs in the house are connected by coax cable. I have two dish receivers and I have used an A/V transmitter and receiver from one dish unit to an A/V receiver using 2.4GHz splitting the signal to 3 tvs. Microwave and some other interference was occurring. Wanted to go to Monoprice that uses 5.8GHz however units don't have a coax output and adapters don't work. For $10 on amazon from The Cimple Co you can get an RCA/composite A/V to RF modulator. Go dish output to transmitter via RCA jack then receiver to modulator via RCA jack and modulator to coax using the "to TV" coax connection. Works great and so far no interference.
    March 7, 2017
    1 year ago
    Works Great
    Only one RCA outlet built into the house. This extends it anywhere. Clear picture. May need another one.
    May 22, 2017
    1 year ago