With everything becoming available wireless these days a great innovation is the wireless media router.
What is a wireless media router? It’s a router that allows the transmission of signals from the router to anywhere in the house that has a receiver.
Wireless routers are becoming more and more popular. They have many uses, one of which is viewing pictures and movies from your computer on your television. This comes in very handy when you have media files that you can’t burn on CD or cannot be played on your DVD player.
A second use would be to transmit paid television. For example if you paid for HBO usually you would be able to only view it on one nominated television. With the wireless media router you can send the signal your television is receiving (HBO) to any other television in the house. You can even change the channel from the remote television while viewing.
The third use would be watching television at a location where an antenna is not available. This means no more long cables leading from room to room just to be able to watch television.
Depending on the amount of receivers you have you can receive the signal from multiple televisions. How does it work? The receivers are connected to the remote televisions. The router takes the signal from the source television and distributes it to the remote televisions by way of the receiver.
On the remote television a certain channel is dedicated to this receiver meaning you can watch independent television, and easily switch the channel to the signal being received from the wireless router.
This also makes running your entertainment room a breeze. The receiver can also be hooked up-to a projector making it easy to view anything you wish. This means you will not need to purchase separate DVD players VCR’s for every room.