I have an old tube type Samsung monitor out in my enclosed patio that is fed by a $50 converter box for OTA viewing. The system works great but I like to watch baseball in the evening and the only way I can get baseball is with DTV.
I have used wireless A/V years ago and was not impressed, so I did a little research and bought a 5.8GHZ unit from Monoprice for a littlr less then $60. From everything I read, 2.4MHZ can be a problem so 5.8GHZ is the way to go.
The unit is well built, hooked up easy and puts out a good picture at my house. I hooked up the Yellow/Red/White on the back of my HR34 to the transmitter. Its well known that you will get a NAG screen about HD cables, follow the directions in the NAG screen and everything works fine. A Component/Composite box can be bought from monoprice for a little more then $40 that removes the Nag screen if you want to go that way.
The household system must have remotes set to RF so the DTV box can be controlled from the patio. There are IR extenders that would also work. All this works fine at my house
The only problem I have is the very hot temperatures on my patio,110F, knocks ot the 5.8 receiver but when it cools down to 100F it starts working again. Either way I am not out on the patio at those temperatures so its no problem
All in all I like the device.