Judging by the number of times I’m asked about it, the The One For All SV 1760 solves one of the nation’s most pressing AV issues, allowining you to ‘beam’ audio and video wirelessly from an HDMI source in your main living room to a distant projector or a TV screen in another room. It’s a simple concept and there are some drawbacks, but for many households it’s a timely solution to an annoying problem. Despite having the Wireless HDMI Sender installed for a couple of weeks at the time of writing, I still find myself flip-flopping over whether I admire the business-like design or whether it’s actually just a bit dull. They look like tiny wireless routers with perforated holes spcing up an otherwise grey-and-black design.Thanks to their small size it’s pretty easy to hide them from view if you decide they’re not the ideal ornaments for your AV kit shelf or mantelpiece. You can lie them both flat if you wish, though they cut a more elegant profile if you slot them onto the little hexagonal feet One For All provides in the box. The basic idea behind the One For All Wireless HDMI Sender is simple: to send full HD, even 3D video – with accompanying audio – wirelessly from an AV source...