EPSON HDMI WIRELESS TRANSMITTER 2D 3D SUPORT EPSON PROJECTOR IN PAKISTAN
The wireless transmitter of the TW9100W is a big improvement to the transmitter used with the TW9000W. The new transmitter is a complete redesign and offers 5 HDMI inputs allowing you to connect up to 5 HDMI sources and wirelessly transmit the signal to the TW9100W. It will allow simple source switching using the projector remote - great news if you haven't invested in an AV amplifier. In addition to the increased number of inputs the wireless transmitter also has a HDMI output and SPDIF digital output. The HDMI output allows you to either cable to a 2nd display such as a TV or if your AV Reciever supports Audio Return Channel, you can route the sound from the 5 HDMI inputs to your AV Receiver whilst transmitting the video to the projector. If your AV Reciever does not support ARC (Audio Return Channel) but you still want to route the audio from the transmitter back to it you can connect a SPDIF (Toslink) cable between the transmitter and your AV Reciever. A nice little touch on the new transmitter is the preview feature. By using the remote you can call up on screen a preview of the connected HDMI sources that are running into the transmitter (see pics on the more images above) and then select the input you want to watch. If the increased HDMI inputs, newly added HDMI and SPDIF outputs and preview feature wasn't enough, the new wireless transmitter also features a Picture-In-Picture feature (see pics on the more images above) and a usb output to charge your 3D glasses. Another improvement is the 3D glasses are now RF rather the infra red and as such no longer need a line of sight to projector. The glasses are now also rechargeable via USB (the old glasses used a replaceable battery). The Refresh rate has been doubled from the old Ir glasses to 480Mhz which results in a smooth, fluid 3D image without cross talk. The glasses now conform to an emerging industry standard - which promises to end the pain of having to purchase 2 brands of 3D glasses - one for your projector manufacturer and then a second brand matched to your TV.
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