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  • J-Tech Digital HDMI Wireless Presentation System

    Easy, effective and affordable wireless presentation system.

    OK, so we aren’t all tech gurus, sometimes things that should be easy are the biggest pains. Ever try to use the boardroom media equipment? Visiting a client and unfamiliar with their system? Tricky is an understatement. Enter the J-Tech HDMI Wireless Presentation System.

    Wireless Presentation System

    You take the big box (Presentation Receiver) and connect it to the display via HDMI. You take the HDMI dongle (Sender) and plug it into your laptop. A USB from the end of the dongle into the computer and bam! Press the button on the dongle and everyone sees what you see! If it was any easier (insert cliché statement here) could do it!

    Now, to the serious talk: This is your best and quickest solution to connecting multiple devices to one screen. Have 3 laptops in a meeting that need to present? No problem! Give each laptop a transmitter and hit the sync button when they are ready. No more unhooking one computer to connect another. Almost zero latency up to 65 FT with full HD 1080P resolution so your media stays looking sharp!

    Product Specifications

    The J-Tech Digital JTECH-QS100 presentation system is the ultimate tool for conference rooms in any corporate office or delivering a presentation on the go. With this presentation system, that acts as a switch/extender combo, you can transmit HD 1080p video wirelessly to an HDMI display up to 65 feet away (within line of sight). This device is ideal for screen sharing among multiple users, allowing for 5 users to connect their HDMI source device to a sender which transmits to the receiver. Content sharing and collaboration is made easy, by allowing users to broadcast on their display with the push of a button with near zero latency (1.3-1.8 millisecond).

    Wireless Presentation System

    • HDMI Version: 1.3
    • HDCP Version: 1.2
    • Transmission Distance: 65 Feet Max
    • Supported Resolutions: 1080p/i, 720p/i, 576p/i, 480p/i
    • # of Transmitters Supported: 5 Max
    • Wireless Transmission: 5GHz
    • Latency: 1.3-1.8 milliseconds
    • Audio Format: Stereo PCM
    • Chroma Subsampling: 4:2:0
    • Imaging: SDR (Standard Dynamic Range)

    Packing list Wireless HDMI Presentation System

    A great detailed review from Upgrade

  • 4K 60Hz wireless extender

    4K 60Hz Wireless HDMI Extender - The new standard in 2018

    J-Tech Digital is excited to introduce their brand new 4K 60Hz wireless HDMI extender. This new extender (model #JTECH-WEX-4K60) works just like our previous J-Tech Digital HDMI extenders, and still makes use of the HDBitT protocol.

    What is HDBitT?

    HDBitT, short for High-Definition Digital bit transmission Technology, is a protocol that enables high definition audio and video to be transmitted through a variety of different mediums. These mediums include: network cable, optic fiber, power line cable, and even wirelessly through WiFi. HDBitT provides improved stability, better image quality, greater transmission distance and other significant advantages.

    What separates the new JTECH-WEX-4K60 wireless HDMI extender from our current product line is that this new wireless extender can transmit a Full UHD 4K resolution signal at 60Hz. In order for a device to display this high definition resolution, it will have to be compliant with the most current form of content protection. This form of content protection is known as HDCP, and the most current generation of HDCP is HDCP 2.2.

    What is HDCP?

    HDCP stands for High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection, and is a form of digital copy protection. This protection was developed to prevent copying of digital, audio & video content as it travels across connections, such as HDMI or DVI. HDCP 2.2 is the next generation of copy protection for the 4K era, meaning that any device that is not HDCP 2.2 compliant will not be able to produce or display true 4K content.

    What is "true" 4K?

    Many HDMI extenders are able to display 4K resolutions, (3840 pixels horizontally by 2160 pixels vertically), without being HDCP 2.2 compliant, but only at 30Hz, or frames per second. Now, one crucial factor in quality of an image is the refresh rate. In order to experience the most high definition image available on your TV, your ideal refresh rate should be 60Hz, not 30. A 4K resolution with a refresh rate of 60Hz is known as "true 4K", whereas 4K at 30Hz is simply an imitation, with a noticeable difference in quality.

    What is refresh rate?

    Refresh rate is how often a TV changes the image (also known as a "frame") on screen. With traditional televisions, this is 60 times each second, or "60Hz", however for different formats and mediums of video, you may see refresh rates of 24, 25, 30, and more. The standard for TV is currently 60, but whether it is a standard definition 1080P TV, or high definition 4K, the best quality image will still be the display with the highest refresh rate. The JTECH-WEX-4K60 is HDCP 2.2 compliant, and therefore is able to product an Ultra HD video resolution.

     Why choose our Wireless Extender?

    While there are other companies and manufacturers that offer wireless HDMI extenders, very few of them will be full Ultra HD extenders, as most competing extenders only support 4K at 30Hz. Thanks to the UHD 4K resolution at 60Hz, you will experience a much smoother and more fluid image with our wireless extender.

    HDMI Wireless Transmitter Comparison - Wireless HDMI Extender HDMI Wireless Transmitter Comparison

    Just like our previous versions of wireless HDMI extenders, you will still get the same transmission distance range of 660 feet (200m). This transmission distance will allow you to send a signal from your source device to your display over great distances, go through walls, and still be able to control your source via the IR extension cables that come included. Adding to the seemingly endless list of features, this device is also a one-input to two-output extender. This will allow you to connect an additional receiver, to transmit to 2 HDMI displays.

    We guarantee that this product is like no other available on the market, and you will find that other companies do not offer anything with as many features as ours. Some companies sell single extenders, or extenders that only display 4K at 30Hz, and at a much shorter distance. Only with J-Tech Digital do you get so many amazing features in 1 device. For a demonstration on how the unit works and how it is set up, watch this brief video of our previous wireless HDMI extender:

    Why shop with J-Tech Digital?

    J-Tech Digital has always been known for their impressive build quality and affordable pricing for their products. On top of our exceptional devices, buyers can also feel good about their investment in our products, thanks to our One-Year Manufacturer Replacement Warranty, that covers all J-Tech Digital merchandise.

    Anyone searching for wireless HDMI extenders online will find themselves coming across the J-Tech Digital name often. This is because our products have always ranked highly on a variety of different tech sites. Here are a few websites where you can find some of our products on their list of best HDMI devices available:




  • J-Tech Digital HDbitT 1X2 Wireless HDMI Extender DUAL Antenna Full HD 1080P Was Awarded for Best High-End Wireless HDMI Extender in 2017

    J-Tech Digital HDbitT 1X2 Wireless HDMI Extender DUAL Antenna Full HD 1080P 660FT Was Awarded for Best High-End Wireless HDMI Extender in 2017 by Ezvid Wiki.

    With an insane range of 660 feet, the J-Tech Digital HDbitT Series takes away the need to choose between a WHDI or WirelessHD option by combining stunning picture quality with endless reach. Compatible with all video formats, there are truly no strings attached.

    "Now we enjoy movies relaxing outside" said by one of customer Jamie B. "I used it to broadcast the tv signal outdoors to my outdoor kitchen, Now we enjoy movies relaxing outside!! great product."

    See the article here from Ezvid Wiki



  • How to clear Cache and Cookies for Chrome, Firefox and IE


    Internet cookies, little pieces of information stored in your web browser comprised of text strings. Most commonly, they are used to store things like usernames so that you do not need to input them every time you visit a site that you frequent. As such, they are harmless little things, just trying to help make your web browsing a bit easier.

    Sometimes, you don't want your username to be automatically entered on a webpage. Usually, you would have to delete all of the cookies stored by your browser. In this guide, we will see how to delete cookies and cache for most popular Internet browsers.

    For Google Chrome

    1. Go to Chrome Menu on the up right corner and then down to Settings
    2. Scroll down and click on “Show advanced settings”
    3. Look under “Privacy”
    4. Click “Content settings...” and select "All cookies and site data"


    5. On the search bar input "www.jtechdigital.com"

    6. click “Remove all show” to delete all cookies form www.jtechdigital.com

    For Firefox

    1. Click the menu button on the up right corner and choose “Preferences”
    2. Choose “Privacy” then click “remove individual cookies”

    3. In the “Search”: filed, type the name of the site whose cookies you want to remove.
    4. Select the cookie(s) in the list to remove and click “Remove Selected” or click “Remove All”
    to remove every cookie stored in the browser.


    For Internet Explore 11

    1. On the Start screen, tap or click Internet Explorer to open Internet Explorer.
    2. Tap or click the Tools button , and then tap or click Internet options.
    3. On the General tab, click Delete under Browsing History in the Internet Properties dialog box.

    4. In the Delete Browsing History dialog box, click to clear all of the check boxes except for the Cookies check box, and then click Delete.


  • Audio Settings for J-Tech Digital HDMI Extractor

    J-Tech Digital ® Premium Quality Hdmi To Hdmi + Audio (Spdif + RCA Stereo) Audio Extractor Converter is our best seller product. It can extract digital audio signal from the HDMI input and convert it to 2 channel analog stereo output or 5.1 channel Audio output.
    To improve our customers using experience, we just post three tips when you are using this product.

    1.Switch EDID Button
    When you can’t get the sound, the first thing you can try is switch the EDID audio switch in the front. Change it between 2CH, 5CH or pass.

    2.Turn Off Dolby Digital Plus
    Because TOSLINK (spdif) does not support Dolby Digital Plus, we need to turn off Dolby Digital Plus function of the input device. Then the sound can go through our extractor. Here are samples for how to turn Dolby Digital Plus off.

    • Amazon Fire TV

    Settings  --> Display&Sound --> Audio --> Dolby Digital Output --> Dolby Digital Plus off


    • Apple TV

    Settings --> Audio&Video --> Dolby Digital --> Off


    • Amazon Fire TV Stick

    Settings  --> Display&Sound --> Audio --> Dolby Digital Output --> Dolby Digital Plus off


    • Roku and Chromecast

    When you are playing Dolby Digital Plus content on those two devices there is no option that you can shut down Dolby Digital Plus. So you can’t get sound from spdif or RCA port.

    3. Audio through HDMI

    When the incoming HDMI audio format is Dolby Digital Plus, PCM 5.1CH, PMC7.1CH, Dolby TrueHD or DTS-HD Master Audio, both the SPDIF and L/R outputs will not work, but you can still obtain these advanced audio signals from HDMI output, because HDMI output signal is identical to the HDMI input signal.


    We are listing from our customers and continuing to improve our products.  Please common it below or email us to support@jtechdigital.com

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  • What is 4K TV and Ultra HD?

    Copy right by John Archer


    Everything you need to know about 4K and UHD

    With 4K TVs now arriving in numbers and at increasingly affordable prices it’s no longer just a technology for the tech-minded early adopter market. So we thought we’d have a crack at answering some of the most commonly asked 4K-realated question to save you a load of time and effort.
    Continue reading

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