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Depending how scientific you want to go, the direct cable would normaly consume less power then wireless transfer. That is true when using the correct cable (high quality) since the cables also have some resistance (power consumption) specially if they are very long. To find actual power consumption differences you need one of those power monitoring apps. ...
A good link to have basic idea about how apple TV with airplay works! http://www.flatpanelshd.com/focus.php?subaction=showfull&id=1347605891
Go to System Preferences → Sound → Output and choose your speakers. Lagging will probably make it unbearable, but maybe you can adjust video/audio sync in VLC.
You can simply go to System Preferences → Sound → Output and choose your output device. Lag applies here too.
Try this: open "Wireless Diagnostics" via Spotlight → Search/open Wireless Diagnostics → Window → Utilities and perform a wi-fi scan. Make sure that your router use a wireless channel with no/minimal other networks (you can change the channel via airport utility). If problem persists, try using the other wireless frequency (2.4ghz vs. 5ghz) via airport ...
Based on an article in 2012, it should be possibile to AirPlay this easily. The quality will either be 720P or 1080P, buffering based on the quality of your internet connection. If your connection is fast you have no problems as long as your stream can handle it ;) Yes you can do this too, a cable is a direct connection not using Apple TV. It's cheaper as ...
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