Sony Bravia DMX-WL1 Wireless HDMI Link system and Gefen EXT-WHDMI - Reviewed

Sony Bravia DMX-WL1 Wireless HDMI has finally hit the market, along with the Gefen EXT-WHDMI. But the Gefen scores higher. It comes down to the reliability of the transmissions. Both systems deliver great-looking video, and, in fact, the Gefen, with its minor problems with false contouring, looks slightly worse than the Sony.  The Bravia Wireless HDMI Link still gets […]

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Sony Bravia DMX-WL1 Wireless HDMI LinkSony Bravia DMX-WL1 Wireless HDMI has finally hit the market, along with the Gefen EXT-WHDMI. But the Gefen scores higher. It comes down to the reliability of the transmissions. Both systems deliver great-looking video, and, in fact, the Gefen, with its minor problems with false contouring, looks slightly worse than the Sony. 

The Bravia Wireless HDMI Link still gets a lot of things right. First off, it actually works with all HDMI-equipped gear--not just Bravia TVs. Second, it implements an IR blaster system and a remote control to let you command your components, whether they are across the room or stashed in a tasteful cabinet, with relative ease.

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