Appreciate any ideas to troubleshoot baby monitor interference disrupting the signal between my Mac and Apple TV 4. I'm trying to stream mp4 video from iTunes on my 2011 Mac Mini to my ATV 4 using AirPlay. Unfortunately, when the baby monitor receiver unit is on, videos won't load--I can browse the iTunes library but not play any videos, which attempt to load/buffer but time out. The monitor is definitely the source of the problem, because when we power down the receiver (the camera's on all the time), videos will load/stream with no issue. The monitor runs on 2.4GHz. I welcome any ideas on how to get around this. Are there ways to shift the connection between my Mini and ATV onto a different band? (I'm not even sure which band they are using to communicate, presumably 802.11n?) The devices are in different rooms/floors and a direct Ethernet connection to either isn't an option. I'm also presuming the two units are talking directly and not going through my router? Is there a way to route the stream through my router first? (The router also broadcasts on 802.11n but isn't affected by the baby monitor.) Thanks.