Don't know about 7% Wags but this one from the GG's is close to 33% less
Sorry if this has already been covered, if it has a link would be much apprecaited. Thanks
I'm looking at extending a HDMI signal from a central location to multiple rooms and was wondering what people would suggest. The main reason for distribution is I do not want to have extra devices in Living and other rooms. We mostly use Roku devices (or built in apps on LG) and I want to keep clutter to a minimum.
I remember in the good old days you would just use a modulator and feed back into RF then everything went digital and a digital modulator cost thousands. So the next choice was a a HDMI splitter with multiple HDMI extenders. Now you can get devices that work via LAN (HDBitT) but you can also get digital modulators in a similar price range depending on the number of devices.
My question is which is better (advantages/disadvantages) and has anyone had experience with either of the following?
The HDBitT device I'm looking at is this one https://www.ezyhd.com.au/shop/splitter-extender-lkv383-hdbit-4k-over-hdmicat/
The modulator is this http://www.radioparts.com.au/product/37400285/hd1600l-single-input-mpeg-4-hd-digital-with-hdmi-loop-through-no-ir#.WBCgwOB94uU
I'm leaning towards the modulator due to less cabling required (assuming coax already in place) and no power required at device end.