HDMI Archive

Review of the Diamond V-Stream Wireless HDMI Sender/Receiver (VS300M)

Getting an HDMI signal over a big distance can be tricky. Suppose you wanted to run your connection for a hundred feet. The logistics of running a cable like that is the stuff of nightmares. In most circumstances, it would be nothing short of an ugly fire hazard. Even if it wasn’t, keeping signal integrity would still be tough. Going wireless lets you get around …

Guide to the Best Wireless HDMI Transmitter/Receiver

Rewarding things are often challenging. Going wireless is no different. Compared to running an HDMI cable over a great distance, running a wireless signal might seem like it’s easy by comparison. But there are almost always special challenges to running a proper wireless setup, especially if you want to avoid issues with your connectivity. Choosing a Great Wireless HDMI Transmitter/Receiver It’s pretty simple to choose …

Guide to the Best External HDMI Video Capture Cards

Streaming can gobble up your system resources. When the next generation of gaming consoles hits the market, many titles are expected to run 4K resolution at 60fps. However, the moment one of those consoles attempts to start broadcasting, those framerates are guaranteed to crater. It’s all about passing the buck. Video capture cards help take on the responsibilities of streaming or recording content, so your …

Taking a Look at the Diamond VS100 Wireless HDMI Sender/Receiver

It’s usually inelegant to run lengthy HDMI cables. At least, unless you’re able to run them inside of a wall. In most circumstances, going wireless is the best option for getting around those kind of issues. Though you’re not going to find great wireless support for UHD content, there are plenty of HDMI sender/receiver kits capable of carrying crystal clear HD signals. Wireless HDMI signals …