Long time reader, first time poster. If this isn't the right forum for this issue, please feel free to move it, mods. I have a setup question for my TVs at work that I'm hoping to get some perspective on... We run a couple TVs in our lobby area. Because of lobby acoustics, the TVs generally run the same programming. Right now, each TV is sourced from an HD cable box in the back room, each over a long HDMI run. I would like to add the option of streaming. However, I need to be able to mirror the same signal to both TVs. I also need to be able to control the source from a remote location offsite. (For those reasons, I don't think it's going to work for me to simply plug in a Roku or Fire stick, though it would make things easier if I could get by with that.) What I was thinking of doing was setting up an old laptop (with good RAM and processor speed), and using a wireless HD transmitter to mirror the signal to both TVs. (I was specifically looking at the IOGEAR GW3DHDKIT.) I thought I would install remote desktop software on the laptop (probably Jump Desktop or Splashtop) for controlling the source remotely. I'm also considering signing up for an OTT service and ditching the cable. Is there any reason that this would not work for what I'm wanting to do? Or is there a better way? Any insight would be appreciated!