08-12-2009 02:41 PM #1
Netgear’s Powerline Home Theater Kit Now Available
08-12-2009 03:04 PM #2
I have one made by Belkin and it rocks. Mine only has a 3 port switch though. This is something that works great when you're living in a place that has new wiring. Older homes may not have the best signal quality/speed. I think I paid about $100 for mine when it was on sale. I ended up connecting my Xbox and PS3 as well as my Directv DVR up to it and it much much more reliable than using the wireless features on the PS3 and Xbox.= Salty Tarantula
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08-12-2009 11:08 PM #3Member
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I just use a wireless Print Server to hook my Denon 4806CI and Toshiba HDVD. Works like a charm.
09-02-2009 01:03 PM #4
I got this after our wireless internet started getting more and more unreliable. This is fantastic!
09-02-2009 01:42 PM #5
I'm using Zyxel's version of the same technology and even with old wiring, the signal is better than with wireless (very crowded RF area in this apartment): http://us.zyxel.com/Products/details...7-018454486D14
09-02-2009 01:48 PM #6
Seems like an expensive solution:
NETGEAR's Home Theater Internet Connection Kit (XAVB1004) is now available worldwide through leading retailers, e-commerce sites and value-added resellers. The kit is backed by a one-year warranty and 24/7 technical support. The Home Theater Internet Connection Kit (XAVB1004), containing one Powerline AV Adapter with Ethernet Switch (XAV1004), one Powerline AV Ethernet Adapter (XAV101), two Ethernet cables, one AC power cord, an installation guide and a set-up CD, has an MSRP in the U.S. of $179.99. Additional NETGEAR Powerline AV devices, including the Powerline AV Ethernet Adapter (XAV101), Powerline AV Adapter with Ethernet Switch (XAV1004), and Powerline AV Ethernet Adapter Kit (XAVB101)-- winner of PC Magazine's Editor's Choice Award -- can extend an existing Powerline AV network and have an MSRP in the U.S. of $69.99, $99.99, and $149.99 respectively.
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