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Anyone know how to wirelessly connect three HD TVs to one PC?

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May 16, 2014 5:36:48 PM

I'm looking for a method to connect three HD TVs to one PC wirelessly. I've done a little reading about the Intel Wireless Display capabilities, but I'm not sure if that will work with three TVs or not. This is to be used in a church environment where the video needs to be displayed on all three monitors. Any Ideas?

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May 28, 2014 5:28:30 PM

Two questions are needed two answer that. What Video Card do you have? And, what are the available components in the TVs?
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June 6, 2014 6:22:53 PM

Samington28 said:
Two questions are needed two answer that. What Video Card do you have? And, what are the available components in the TVs?


At this time, I am just using my laptop and the on-board video. We are looking at upgrading all the A/V equipment and purchasing HDTVs to use rather than the old projectors. Problem lies in the fact that to do so would result in cables needing to be run about 100 feet along walls since we have a block building, so aesthetically it would be better if we can run the video wirelessly. I just need to know what I would need to get to do so. I've been looking at core i5 & i7 based systems, both as laptops and as desktops. But, I really can't get enough information on the WiDi capabilities. I've seen several ways to do it, but they require additional equipment, transmitters and receivers, that make no use of the Intel capabilities.
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June 8, 2014 8:11:59 PM

clmanning said:
Samington28 said:
Two questions are needed two answer that. What Video Card do you have? And, what are the available components in the TVs?


At this time, I am just using my laptop and the on-board video. We are looking at upgrading all the A/V equipment and purchasing HDTVs to use rather than the old projectors. Problem lies in the fact that to do so would result in cables needing to be run about 100 feet along walls since we have a block building, so aesthetically it would be better if we can run the video wirelessly. I just need to know what I would need to get to do so. I've been looking at core i5 & i7 based systems, both as laptops and as desktops. But, I really can't get enough information on the WiDi capabilities. I've seen several ways to do it, but they require additional equipment, transmitters and receivers, that make no use of the Intel capabilities.


A few things, you WILL need additional equipment to WIRELESSLY connect the TVs to the computer. Now if you can go that route and I can give you links to all the hardware you will need. Just reply back and let me know.
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June 11, 2014 6:38:25 PM

If it is not possible at this time to utilize the WiDi capabilities of the computer, then we can do whatever it is to set up the TVs to run wirelessly. We really don't want to have cables running all over the walls.

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June 18, 2014 3:45:10 PM

clmanning said:
If it is not possible at this time to utilize the WiDi capabilities of the computer, then we can do whatever it is to set up the TVs to run wirelessly. We really don't want to have cables running all over the walls.



How much money do you have to spend? There are transmitterswhere it can ive HD quality wirelessly but it all depends on the amount you have to spend on this project.
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June 18, 2014 9:44:28 PM

Samington28 said:
How much money do you have to spend? There are transmitters where it can have HD quality wirelessly but it all depends on the amount you have to spend on this project.


We are figuring $1500 for each HDTV another $1500 to $1800 for a permanent computer and another approximately $1000 for transmitter/receivers if needed, so total around $7000 to $8000 for hardware total. Of course, less is better.

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June 18, 2014 10:13:11 PM

clmanning said:
Samington28 said:
How much money do you have to spend? There are transmitters where it can have HD quality wirelessly but it all depends on the amount you have to spend on this project.


We are figuring $1500 for each HDTV another $1500 to $1800 for a permanent computer and another approximately $1000 for transmitter/receivers if needed, so total around $7000 to $8000 for hardware total. Of course, less is better.



So would you like me to send you links to all three of those things? (The ones i recommend)
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July 4, 2014 9:43:41 AM

Samington28 said:
clmanning said:
Samington28 said:
How much money do you have to spend? There are transmitters where it can have HD quality wirelessly but it all depends on the amount you have to spend on this project.


We are figuring $1500 for each HDTV another $1500 to $1800 for a permanent computer and another approximately $1000 for transmitter/receivers if needed, so total around $7000 to $8000 for hardware total. Of course, less is better.



I am sorry it took so long to respond. I actually thought that I had already answered. Yes, I would be interested in your recommendations.

So would you like me to send you links to all three of those things? (The ones i recommend)


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