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Stream HDMI, Component or S-video through home network

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I have a TV source (HDMI, Video RGB, Compement outputs) on the top floor of my house, and I want to install a new TV on my kitchen, I want to see the same as on the top floor, the problem is that I can´t put any cables through the wall, and I was thinking if there´s a device that recives the Tv input and send it through my home network and then convert it to video once again so I can connect my TV..

It´s like the AppleTv, but I want to stream any other TV source through my home network.

It is possible?
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Thank you....
I was looking for the "best option", I truly nice but the problem that the secondary screen needs to be a LCD TV, not a computer or mobile... so this wont work.... the first one it´s to expensive and once again it wont work on my kitchen TV,  the last one it´s to cheap and offcourse it wont work.....

The one that maybe will work the the "probably won´t work", the only thing is to see if the signal will pass through the roof of the kitchen. the Kitchen it´s below my Tv Room, but I don´t know if the signal will pass through....
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Thank you for the information!!
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