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Digital Wireless AV Sender @ Play £17.99

£17.99 @ Play.Com
everywhere else appear to be over £30 for similar product....this has been reduced from £32.99 * 2.4Ghz digital transmission channels * 433Mhz infrared transmission frequency for remote c… Read More
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7y, 9m agoFound 7 years, 9 months ago
everywhere else appear to be over £30 for similar product....this has been reduced from £32.99

* 2.4Ghz digital transmission channels
* 433Mhz infrared transmission frequency for remote control signal
* Stereo audio transmission
* 30m range through ceilings and walls
* Ideal for use with TV/DVD/SAT/FREEVIEW/VCR/Camcorder/Hi-Fi
* Simple setup
* Set includes:
* 1 x transmitter, 1 x receiver, 2 x adapters, 2 x connection cables (phono-scart), 1 x cable with IR tranceiver, 2 x mains power adapters
* 30m transmission range
* Transmit between rooms without messy wires
* Stereo Audio transmission
* 4 digital transmission channels for optimum signal reception
* Remote control relay - use your existing remote control

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The Accessory Agents digital wireless AV sender transmits your TV signals around your home without expensive wiring installations. In addition to this, it will relay your remote control signals back to the original source, so you are still able to control the device that is generating the signal, for example your sattelite receiver. All cables, connectors and power adapters you need are included in the kit.
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#1
Digital transmission my ****. An 8Mbps real time modulator/demodulator would cost ten times this.
#2
My experience with AA has been pretty poor so far, the wireless headphones are carp, anyone actually used these??
#3
joylove
Digital transmission my ****. An 8Mbps real time modulator/demodulator would cost ten times this.


lol i think youre comparing 2 completely different products:roll:
#4
casparwhite
lol i think youre comparing 2 completely different products:roll:


How so?
#5
joylove
How so?


well show me the product you are comparing it with then please

link?
#6
I have to say these are not very good i found the signal quality to be pretty poor and i only live in a small flat.
although if you have no walls they are very good
#7
glasgowchapter
I have to say these are not very good i found the signal quality to be pretty poor and i only live in a small flat.
although if you have no walls they are very good


really? how much did you pay for it and where did you get it out of interest?

you say it had a weak signal, what were you using and did it work at all or intermitently or?

please give some further info before i purchase this for my mum


do you know of any alternatives as everything i can find is well over 30 quid and they all seem the same unless you jump up in price
#8
casparwhite
well show me the product you are comparing it with then please

link?


Here is the only currently available consumer digital transmitting device.
casparwhite
really? how much did you pay for it and where did you get it out of interest?

you say it had a weak signal, what were you using and did it work at all or intermitently or?

please give some further info before i purchase this for my mum


do you know of any alternatives as everything i can find is well over 30 quid and they all seem the same unless you jump up in price


Nope, just the knowledge that these are limited to a maxium power [100mW if memory serves], use AM modulation for the video, which is inherently suscceptible to white speckles, signal fading by moving objects and wasteful in power, and send composite video, a poor choice for picture quality from even the cheapest modern source.

Because they all us the same fundamentally limited technology, they can be catagorically branded as crap, crap by design.

Spend on cables, it is the only way currently to move quality pictures to other rooms. Soon (in about 3 years) there will be digital wireless cable replacements, but curretntly you are looking at £800 for a distance of a few metres, so cable it and be done.
#9
joylove
Here is the only currently available consumer digital transmitting device.

Nope, just the knowledge that these are limited to a maxium power [100mW if memory serves], use AM modulation for the video, which is inherently suscceptible to white speckles, signal fading by moving objects and wasteful in power, and send composite video, a poor choice for picture quality from even the cheapest modern source.

Because they all us the same fundamentally limited technology, they can be catagorically branded as crap, crap by design.

Spend on cables, it is the only way currently to move quality pictures to other rooms. Soon (in about 3 years) there will be digital wireless cable replacements, but curretntly you are looking at £800 for a distance of a few metres, so cable it and be done.


like i said you are comparing completely different products

my mum isnt an audiophile or a technojunkie she simply wants to watch her sky box in her bedroom with out paying a subscription for it .......

its 17.99.....what do you want for this kind of money?

if the person who already has 1 of these can digress a little and explain whats he has been using it for etc etc it would be appreciated
#10
casparwhite
like i said you are comparing completely different products
The descrition says ths device is digital. Which it clealry isn't that the point of my first post. A post which you disputed.

casparwhite
my mum isnt an audiophile or a technojunkie she simply wants to watch her sky box in her bedroom with out paying a subscription for it .......

its 17.99.....what do you want for this kind of money?
I wan't something that will not make deafening hissy noises at midnight as the signal drops out.

casparwhite
if the person who already has 1 of these can digress a little and explain whats he has been using it for etc etc it would be appreciated


As in my post these are all the same power limit, in fact probably use the same chips from China. This example is also sold as the Philex AV Sender. In fact the lack of positional antennas probably makes this particular model an inferior choice.

Do you think you could run a cable for £17.99?
#11
Not to mention that these are 2.4ghz, so whenever you or the neighbours use the microwave it'll wreck the picture. Sure, nobody uses their microwave 24/7, but what frequency do 90% of wireless routers broadcast at or around? You got it, 2.4ghz.

Maybe 5 years ago there were decent, but I can see a half dozen wireless networks from where I'm sitting. I'd imagine most people living in urban environments have a similar number of visible wi-fi networks.

Not a good solution at all, unfortunately.
#12
joylove
The descrition says ths device is digital. Which it clealry isn't that the point of my first post. A post which you disputed.

I wan't something that will not make deafening hissy noises at midnight as the signal drops out.



As in my post these are all the same power limit, in fact probably use the same chips from China. This example is also sold as the Philex AV Sender. In fact the lack of positional antennas probably makes this particular model an inferior choice.

Do you think you could run a cable for £17.99?


i didnt dispute it at all i said you are comparing 2 different products which you subsequently proved when you posted the hdmi thing for a thousand dollars!

if this isnt digital what is it exactly? analogue?

a cable isnt an option which is why i was looking for something like this which has a saving on the other similar products i can find....can you help me find something cheaper?

yes this isnt the best product for sending hi def transmisions etc but when my mum is in bed watching a 19" screen i dont suppose it matters for £17.99


i cant find that philex 1 for less than £30 either......dont bother posting 29.99 either
#13
WG47
Not to mention that these are 2.4ghz, so whenever you or the neighbours use the microwave it'll wreck the picture. Sure, nobody uses their microwave 24/7, but what frequency do 90% of wireless routers broadcast at or around? You got it, 2.4ghz.

Maybe 5 years ago there were decent, but I can see a half dozen wireless networks from where I'm sitting. I'd imagine most people living in urban environments have a similar number of visible wi-fi networks.

Not a good solution at all, unfortunately.


out of interest how come all these things dont afect me using my wirelss controller for ps3 or affect my laptops wireless capablilites or any other stuff i have as i have heaps of stuff using 2.4ghz.....how come they dont interfere with each other but they all will with this thing?:thinking:
#14
casparwhite
i didnt dispute it at all i said you are comparing 2 different products which you subsequently proved when you posted the hdmi thing for a thousand dollars!

if this isnt digital what is it exactly? analogue?
It's exactly what I described two posts above, VSB AM with FM audio.

casparwhite
cable isnt an option which is why i was looking for something like this which has a saving on the other similar products i can find....can you help me find something cheaper?
No matter how much you spend, they are all the same inside, and none of them work well, so no.

casparwhite
yes this isnt the best product for sending hi def transmisions etc but when my mum is in bed watching a 19" screen i dont suppose it matters for £17.99
It's not HD capable. It's not SD capable either. So £17.99 or £1.79 makes no difference.


casparwhite
i cant find that philex 1 for less than £30 either......dont bother posting 29.99 either


OK, my point was that these are all basically the same inside, price and brand irrelevant.

casparwhite
out of interest how come all these things dont afect me using my wirelss controller for ps3 or affect my laptops wireless capablilites or any other stuff i have as i have heaps of stuff using 2.4ghz.....how come they dont interfere with each other but they all will with this thing?:thinking:


You PS3 and wifi use a digital transmission which has data protection bits and error correction code.
banned#15
microwave=faraday cage
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joylove
You PS3 and wifi use a digital transmission which has data protection bits and error correction code.


Yep, not to mention the difference in data rates. Even in an environment with hellish interference, your ps3 pad's hardly likely to be interfered with to a noticeable extent. Hardly comparable bandwidth-wise.
banned#17
OP you need to change ur avatar- you cant use them to spam the forum with dodgy websites
#18
WG47
Yep, not to mention the difference in data rates. Even in an environment with hellish interference, your ps3 pad's hardly likely to be interfered with to a noticeable extent. Hardly comparable bandwidth-wise.


Absolutely, plus the PS3's BT has frequency hopping, the two way link can request packet retransmission, the spread spectrum modulation can suppress the uncorrelated noise of the channel and the system has RF power control. But I thought that was a bit too complimacated to clutter my post with. :w00t:
banned#19
joylove;5854419
Absolutely, plus the PS3's BT has frequency hopping, the two way link can request packet retransmission, the spread spectrum modulation can suppress the uncorrelated noise of the channel and the system has RF power control. But I thought that was a bit too complimacated to clutter my post with. :w00t:


You 2 are like a couple of old women.
#20
SHOWMAN36
You 2 are like a couple of old women.


My gran loves to wile away the hours discussing link budgets and 16QAM too.
#21
SHOWMAN36
You 2 are like a couple of old women.


Speaks volumes about people today that you're looked down upon for having knowledge and trying to share that knowledge with others in an attempt to give them a more informed view of something they're considering spending money on.

How's buying things based on the claims on the back of the box treating you so far?
banned#22
WG47;5855619
Speaks volumes about people today that you're looked down upon for having knowledge and trying to share that knowledge with others in an attempt to give them a more informed view of something they're considering spending money on.

How's buying things based on the claims on the back of the box treating you so far?


Pretty well, thanks.
#23
how is speculating on a product giving people an informed view....you would have to actually try a product rather than just rubbish it because of the specs...

its a 2.4ghz digital frequency av receiver for 18 quid.......and its been ordered regardless of peoples "informed" opinions lol
#24
casparwhite
how is speculating on a product giving people an informed view....you would have to actually try a product rather than just rubbish it because of the specs...

its a 2.4ghz digital frequency av receiver for 18 quid.......and its been ordered regardless of peoples "informed" opinions lol


Who was speculating? These devices are goverened by law to be power restriced, in an overcrowded chunk of spectrum, using no signal protection, and an analogue signal devised 70 odd years ago that is below par for modern expectations. This is fact.

This particular band is blocked by walls and hence benefits greatly from directional antennas with circular polarisation, which this brand does not have. This is also fact.

So who was speculating?

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