Wireless HDMI - MARS 300 & Nyrius Transmitter and Receiver

July 6, 2019

 

 

The Nyrius didn't work out, but the Mars 300 from Holyland is what I need for wireless HDMI.

 

I look at the Hollyland Mars 300 HDMI wireless video transmitter kit which transmits up to 300 feet and runs $499 USD at the time of this review.

 

It's got all the features of Wireless HDMI systems at 3 times the price.

 

From the other reviews, 300 feet line of sight is an understatement, as I got that inside my studio and house through lots of walls and interference.

 

For my purposes, I needed something reliable, well built, and would be able to move for my upcoming live streams, and this unit does not disappoint.

 

If you need this capability, I do recommend this unit.

 

p.s. I don't mean to bang on the Nyrius, it's not a bad unit as long as you stay close and aren't moving around a lot.


 

Mars 300 (300 Feet):
https://amzn.to/2RhgWlY
https://bhpho.to/2WOsi1H

 

 

My favorite Sony Batteries at $23:
https://amzn.to/2Xo4OVD

 

Nyrius (30 Feet):
https://amzn.to/2ZnhdXk

 

My New YouTube Channel:
http://bit.ly/BasicFilmmakerUnscripted

 

Two other reviews I trust (and channels you should subscribe to):

 

Bart Jonson's Mars 300 Review:
https://youtu.be/gKeDD1wWsrI

 

Curtis Judd's Mars 300 Review:
https://youtu.be/jPEihx5-0Bc

 

 

-- Kevin

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