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802.11 AC

802.11AC is coming to market. 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IEEE_802.11ac

Manufacturer can create wireless product using this without worry about the speed. 

Now the speed is much better compared to older 802.11 standard.

Do you think how fast the implementation on audio and video products ? and it will beat the Bluetooth or other solution or not ? 

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RE: 802.11 AC

802.11ac is already in the market. Check the latest MacBooks & AirPort Extreme. It is meant to improve HD video streaming primarily. It won't affect other technologies like Bluetooth which is mainly for audio.

it'll only be a matter of time before manufacturers roll out AV products supporting 802.11ac.

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RE: 802.11 AC

A lot of audio products still haven't moved to 'n' yet.

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RE: 802.11 AC

AC has pushed down the price of some quality N routers.  I have no doubt a quality N router will outperform a mediocre AC router, especialy with a lot of N devices on the network.

 

I recently bought an Asus N66 dark knight router, absolutely delighted with it.  I can get wifi in the cafe a few doors down from me Smile

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RE: 802.11 AC

Yes, I mean the 802.11 AC on audio products. 

I hope manufacturer adapt this technology soon

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