I use a pair of TP-Link 1200Mps powerline adapters and they are simple to use but a bit more expensive. They must be plugged directly into the mains socket on the wall and not into an extension or multi way plug. The mains is pass through so you don’t loose a mains socket.
Mine definitely introduce noise onto the mains. It is nothing subtle but sever RF pops and grumbling noises that only show when playing through the TT. Waving my hand over the arm changes the frequency so it seems the arm is acting as an aerial. My local dealer has had the same problem with various combinations of decks, arms and phono stages and has tried various fixes which don’t work in my case. So I just turn them off when I want to listen to records.
Big thanks to Nick @Myrman for the TP Links, so far, at least, they don’t seem to be adversely affecting the hifi, although that might be due to my mains filter box. Whatever, they work great and Ellie has Netflix in her bedroom now, so I won’t have to fight her to use my room when she wants to watch Once Upon A Time or Teenwolf etc etc etc (which, of course, is all the fucking time…)
Can anyone recommend a WiFi to ethernet (wired) adaptor?
Specifically not ethernet over copper - I can’t afford to lose a socket by the router, and I finally threw out the old adaptors I had since I’m pretty certain that they were the root cause of some network problems I’d been having.
So, something that I can plug in at the target end, it hooks into my WiFi somehow (how would I select a network and enter a password?), and it provides a wired connection.
Still thinking about Innuos kit.
At this rate I’d be better getting an engineer in to do me a decent router, probably a switch and drop a cable / some cables into the living room somehow