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Airplay lag/stuttering fix...but not ideal.


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What specification are the powerline adapters?
Are they plugged directly into a wall socket?
How are you measuring network speeds?

If you move the Mac Mini (temporarily) next to the router so the router, ATV and Mac are all directly ethernet cabled how does it perform?
HP200PT64BT-OL - Detailed item view - Simpler Networks are Home Networking Specialists -HomePlug Powerline Ethernet Adapters
200mpbs
Yes straight into wall
Using www.speedtest.net/‎ (better option?)

Will try the Mini downstairs
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Using www.speedtest.net/‎ (better option?)
Why not?...it's free and quick (could have been done already). Once done...then you have the data.

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Why not?...it's free and quick (could have been done already). Once done...then you have the data.

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I think you miss read....I do use speed test....I was asking if there was a better option.
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