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Eminent iTrio EM7100 HDMI wireless video sender

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Audio from the Blu-ray player was delivered to the iTrio Receiver as stereo PCM. No multichannel sound was transmitted from the BD player. Suspecting this may be down to an HDMI handshake issue, I swapped out the original HDMI v1.4 Blu-ray source for an earlier v1.3 model. It made no difference. On the plus side, the quality of the stereo audio feed was high.

Eminent iTrio EM7100

Pricey, but versatile

Verdict

While I’ve seen smoother wireless video from other HDMI senders, no other package offers the connectivity options of Eminent’s EM7100. This goes some way to explaining its high price. The system is also easy to instal and requires zero configuration. Take the 30m range claim with a pinch of salt though. ®

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Eminent iTrio EM7100

Eminent iTrio EM7100 HDMI wireless video sender

Easy to use video sender that connects both HDMI sources and legacy kit wirelessly for remote TV viewing.
Price: £399 RRP

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