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Wireless VGA Transmitter/Receiver

I need a relatively inexpensive solution for connecting 1 laptop to a LCD Projector and 15 monitors wirelessly.  Any suggestions?  I have found a few solutions, but to get enough receivers to work the magic is very expensive.
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BamBamHRCommented:
I do not think that you will find a relatively inexpensive system to do what you are looking for. If you want
relatively inexpensive, you will want to go with a wired solution.

All the Wireless VGA solutions that I have tested under $300 produce a signal of very poor quality. The
solution in the $500 - $1000 range are much better quality, but in your situation, you would require 16 of them.

Can the monitors be grouped & hard wired, so that you require less receivers?
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harpertaraAuthor Commented:
I was thinking of that.  I thought I might get a 2 way splitter and attach to whichever device and then go from there.  However now my boss wants 2 monitors at every table which means 30 monitors.  Thus, I think I am stuck with wired.  Oh well Thanks for the help!!!
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shocrCommented:
I have used the Avocent Emerge MPX HD multipoint extender solution a couple of times now for multiple monitors and even though the cost can add up if you send to the full 8 unit output the system is capable of, the signal is excellant, and there is practically zero loss.
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