No, I haven't noticed this. It's just always worked, but I will admit that I've never paid any attention to which band the respective devices are using when I'm using AirPlay.Has anyone with an Apple TV noticed that if you attempt to AirPlay from an iOS device on a different band than the Apple TV that AirPlay completely fails to work until both devices are on the same exact band? I have an Apple TV 3rd gen., iPad Air 1st gen., and an iPhone 6s Plus. My Apple TV goes to 5GHz-1 (designated for N only clients) as does my iPad Air. My iPhone 6s Plus goes to 5GHz-2 (designated for AC clients). AirPlay through the iPad works just fine while the iPhone doesn't work at all and Airplay just crashes altogether. If the iPad is handed down to 2.4GHz, via Smart Connect, then it ceases to work. Just wondering if anyone has experienced this and, if so, are there any fixes? I'm not turning Smart Connect off, just as a heads up. It's a feature that comes in quite handy for my multitude of N and AC clients and serves my environment well enough for what I need.