SunBriteTV’s HD Transceiver Universal, Weatherproof and Wireless
SunBriteTV HD Wireless Transceiver (SB-HDWT) capable of transmitting full 1080p content up to 100 feet.
SunBriteTV has broken the wireless HD barrier with a universal outdoor transmitter module for both residential and commercial applications. Completely weatherproof and wireless, the SunBriteTV HD Wireless Transceiver (SB-HDWT) is capable of transmitting full 1080p content up to 100 feet (30 meters) and will be on display at SunBriteTV’s booth at CEDIA EXPO 2014 (booth #664).
The point-to-point device features an HDMI-in and HDMI-out transceiver, making it compatible with all SunBriteTV models as well as other HDMI-featured products. The SunBriteTV HD Wireless Transceiver eliminates the need for expensive cable installations and creates new revenue opportunities for dealers by bringing the total cost of outdoor television within reach of more consumers.
“Consumers don’t want to fuss over wiring and connectivity,” said Jonathan Johnson, Director of Brand Marketing, SunBriteTV. “The HD Wireless Transceiver simplifies the installation process for both homeowners and professional installers seeking to send an HD signal to an outdoor TV anywhere in the outdoor living area.”
“Running hard wire can be difficult, time consuming, and costly to the homeowner. The HD Wireless Transceiver is a cost-effective solution that reduces overall cost for both the consumer and the integrator,” said Johnson. “In this way, outdoor TV will become even more accessible to thousands of homeowners.”
The SB-HDWT carries an MSRP of $595 and is available through SunBriteTV’s Authorized Dealer Network or online at www.SunBriteTV.com.
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