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GET RID OF MESSY CABLES REMOVE CLUTTER FROM NEAR THE TV CONNECT HD WIRELESS This transmitter extends HD signals wirelessly from source device to display device. Up to 50 meters with advanced application of HDbitT transport protocol and wireless technology. it requires no cables between Sender (TX) and Receiver (Rx) which makes the installation quick and simple. Blackweb Wireless HD Kit

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GET RID OF MESSY CABLES REMOVE CLUTTER FROM NEAR THE TV CONNECT HD WIRELESS This transmitter extends HD signals wirelessly from source device to display device. Up to 50 meters with advanced application of HDbitT transport protocol and wireless technology. it requires no cables between Sender (TX) and Receiver (Rx) which makes the installation quick and simple. Blackweb Wireless HD Kit

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Blackw.../867050791
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So I can watch the same screen in two different TV?
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So I can watch the same screen in two different TV?
This wireless kit is designed to just eliminate the need to run a cable from the source unit(s) to the display (TV). For when someone doesn't want to run a long length of cable across a room or if the source unit and display are in different rooms or areas of the house within the performance area of the device. Not for sending one signal to two TVs.
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So bought one on Craigslist that was a "gift". They are supposed to have an activation code when purchased that allows them to be used/activated. Well mine doesn't so I got a set of $30 plastic, and solder paperweights.

So, be careful if you buy second hand or from a marketplace and hope for activation code.
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So bought one on Craigslist that was a "gift". They are supposed to have an activation code when purchased that allows them to be used/activated. Well mine doesn't so I got a set of $30 plastic, and solder paperweights.

So, be careful if you buy second hand or from a marketplace and hope for activation code.
You can go to https://blackwebwireless.com/ & get an activation code for your device.

If you scroll down on the main page it says:
If you are experiencing issues with your activation code or did not receive a code at point of purchase, please go to www.getyourcode.com for assistance. You will also have the option to email, chat or call customer service regarding activation codes.
The getyourcode.com site uses information from a barcode on (one of?) the devices to determine the activation code.
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You can go to https://blackwebwireless.com/ & get an activation code for your device.

If you scroll down on the main page it says:
If you are experiencing issues with your activation code or did not receive a code at point of purchase, please go to www.getyourcode.com for assistance. You will also have the option to email, chat or call customer service regarding activation codes.
The getyourcode.com site uses information from a barcode on (one of?) the devices to determine the activation code.
Well thanks for info. But they said it was never scanned at a store and was flagged as lost/stolen.

So Walmart is trying to keep their theft down I get. Shame on me for craigslist "gift"
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