Although – and here I'm playing the demonic avocado – they do put noise on the mains supply, which some of us go to great lengths to avoid.
Marantz AV8003 Pre Amp. Musical Fidelity A5 Power Amp. Arcam P1000 Power Amp. Monitor Audio Silver 8i and surrounds. Oppo 95. Sony 46W5500. PS3. 16 core braided mains cables. Atlas Titan and Ascent cables. Isotek Sigmas. Balanced mains transformer.
I would like to share sound & vision around the house. I am aware of various devices to use homeplugs to share ethernet around the house, but what do I use to share hi-fi? The consensus appears to be that hi-fi is maintained better using a wired connection, rather than wirelessly?
AVI pre-amp, AVI monoblocks, AVI tuner, AVI CD player & ATC SCM 20s
I had to resort to ethernet connection because i kept having severe dropouts, was a real problem when trying to download !!
Would the homeplugs stop the dropouts ?
Samsung UE46C8000 , JVC DLA-HD350 with darbee , Monitor Audio RX6av12 , Samsung BD6900 ,Yamaha RX-V3067, X-Box 360 , SKY HD 3D , Harmony One.
... or get a better quality router (Cisco E4200 / Netgear N600 or N900) etc.
I also have a WiFI bridge (AGN bands) that works better than the inbuilt wifi that's on most devices, comes with four ethernet ports on the back. Mine is Buffalo, but Netgear, Dlink and others make similar.
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