The AV3000 Amped Wireless A/V Net Connect connects your Internet-ready audio and video devices, such as Blu-ray players, game consoles, Internet-ready TVs and more, to your home WiFi network for Internet access. The A/V Net Connect eliminates the need to run Ethernet cables to your media center by creating a connection to your home WiFi network using built in WiFi amplifiers to ensure a reliable connection that's fast enough for HD media streaming and online gaming. The A/V Net Connect connects to your A/V devices using the five (5) Ethernet ports on the back panel. In addition, the A/V Net Connect also boosts and repeats the WiFi signal from your home WiFi network so that other WiFi enabled A/V devices can connect to the A/V Net Connect for a more reliable connection.
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Review 1 for AV3000 Amped Wireless A/V Net Connect
Once it's configured correctly, it's perfect.
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$100 may be a bit steep, but for what it is, it works very well. I had a problem getting it to work properly only because the wireless security I set up for it was set to "AES" which I guess is the default setting. Mine is set to WPA-TKIP. So I set the device (the av3000) to TKIP as well and it's worked ever since. So if you have a problem make sure and check that. It's easy to see if the AV3000 is set to it becasue it's in the actual setup "webpage" you use when you're trying to hook it up for the first time. What my AV3000 was doing was it would setup just fine like nothing was wrong...and after only a short while the connection would just drop. Once I set the settings to what my router was using for wireless security it's worked just fine with no issues. This is coming from a person that knows absolutely NOTHING about networking and router settings. I know my way around a computer just fine...the internet stuff and router security and getting that stuff to work however, is beyond my knowledge usually.