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Seems to be the best price for this Philips Wireless TV Link SLV3220 Wireless Audio/Video Delivery System at just £37.42 including free 7 day delivery from IT247.Com

Update: £34.99 including delivery from Play.Com

* Watch any video device on a 2nd TV
* Connect 2 devices simultaneously
* Works with DVD+RW/ DVD/ VCR / set-top box, and many more
* Compatible with most video devices and brands
* Device can be operated in a closed cabinet
* Access to 2 devices at the press of a button
* Less clutter, less fuss and no cable laying or drilling
* Wireless signal passes through walls and ceilings
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#1
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Share your satellite and subscription TV channels - without wires. Watch your TV programs wirelessly on your second TV. You can choose between two devices at the press of a button and don't have to swap cables.
#2
Then again, maybe not the lowest price, as Play have it for £35 delivered

http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/4-/3432759/-/Product.html?

So do eBuyer but £35 excluding delivery

http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/products/index.html?
#3
I've got a slightly older version of these and they are good but don't like wireless networks as they create interference. I have to turn mine off but if you have a close neighbour with one you might be in trouble. I paid about £20 for mine new off ebay.

R.
#4
Thanks for the extra info rheumatoid :)
#5
I'll second rheumatoid on that one

My Virgin TV is situated, necessarily beside by broadband cable, and wireless router.

That pretty much renders these devices useless.

The nature of the interference is truly annoying as well, since the 802.11x seems to frazzle the picture/audio in a rhythmical fashion, which really rubs me up the wrong way...

I've been close to throwing it through my telly so much that I don't use it anymore.
#6
Sounds like you need to give yours away thekanester....

I'll take them off your hands... :whistling:

Seriously though, I am tempted by these but not sure if anyone in out street might have a wireless network to interfere with them!

M
#7
Oh and will my VM remote work through them from the bedroom?

M
#8
The old Telewest boxes seem to use completely non-standard remote controls. Nothing can seem to pass-through the signals.

I've had two of these transmitter systems and neither have worked with telewest, but work fine with every other device I have.

The newer Virgin Media boxes might be a little better, but I'd check first.
#9
morpheus
Sounds like you need to give yours away thekanester....

I'll take them off your hands... :whistling:

Seriously though, I am tempted by these but not sure if anyone in out street might have a wireless network to interfere with them!

M


We've got the older version with 4 inputs on the transmitter set up all over the house. We had problems with the wifi we have and the wifi has to be on a particular channel and the TV Link needs to be on a particular channel, don't know if these one have more than 4 channels but I'd imagine the more a device like this has the better chance you have to finding a channel that doesn't conflict with each other.

We've got a TV in the kitchen and it doesn't like the microwave when it's in use, creating a loud annoying buzzing and making the picture unwatchable! It's annoying because the device seemed like the answer to putting a TV where there's no TV point, but It's no suprise since all these devices run on the 2.4Ghz frequency.

They need to start making wireless products that use other frequencies because it limits what will work together in the one house!

I'd say these devices are useful but they are far from perfect. In fact when has anything wireless ever worked without interference of some sort?? :giggle:
#10
Ive got these and ive got to say they are perfect for me
Ive got the transmitter within a metre of a wireless router however that doesnt make any difference
The only time there is big interference is when the microwave is being used, it might take a bit of time fidgeting with the placement of the reciever to get a clean picture but once you find a good place the reception is always top notch :thumbsup:
#11
note, I have these and the xbox360 interfears with this
#12
it does have a switch at the back with 4 different channels, apparently which is meant to help to avoid interference
#13
Tip: Flip the receiver upside down if located on a floor above sender. Cleans the signal and gets rid of noise.

Believe me when I say, people are usually shocked when I show them this when this totally elimimates any and all interference with virtually no effort.
#14
All channels tried, it is the wireless on the 4360 just caused massive problems, check the avforums for more info, its commen place.

even when off, the 360 causes problems.

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