[SOLVED] Broadcast to multiple TV's as displays

Kashimi

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Hey everyone, at the office I work in, they recently bought some TCL Roku smart TV's (approximately 15) and are looking for a solution to extend a laptop display across all of the TV's wirelessly if possible. They're trying to avoid having to pay someone to run HDMI cable across the whole office because it would be very expensive to do that. Is there anything that would allow the image from a single laptop to be duplicated to all of the TV's wirelessly? This is a fairly large office, and there will be a lot of people using WiFi and mobile data in the office.
 
Check whether these TVs have coax or antennae inputs. It will be much easier, cheaper to broadcast analogue signal.

Think how you can screen-capture and stream what this laptop is displaying. You might need additional box for that.
 

Kashimi

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Probably would be easier to setup the roku's on their own wifi and connect them to a media server.

The laptop is used to to scroll through different rank lists of productivity, show training videos, broadcast live feeds for training and meetings. A media server may not be the best option as I don't think you can stream live content like a zoom meeting for example.
 
Check whether these TVs have coax or antennae inputs. It will be much easier, cheaper to broadcast analogue signal.

Think how you can screen-capture and stream what this laptop is displaying. You might need additional box for that.
 

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