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Ross Audio Sender £9.99 @ Nettos

£9.99 @ Netto
Allows you to send the audio signal from your MP3 player, iPod to your HiFi of amplifier wirelessly. Specifications * 864MHz FM * Dimensions 141mm x 26mm x 98mm Package Contents … Read More
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9y, 10m agoFound 9 years, 10 months ago
Allows you to send the audio signal from your MP3 player, iPod to your HiFi of amplifier wirelessly.

Specifications

* 864MHz FM
* Dimensions 141mm x 26mm x 98mm

Package Contents

* 1 x Transmitter
* 1 x Receiver
* 2 x Mains Adapter
* 1 x 3.5mm to 6.3mm Adapter
* 1 x 3.5mm to 2 RCA Phono Lead
* 1 x 2 RCA Phone to 2 RCA Phono Lead
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#1
Wow, ive seen stuff like these goin for over 100, heat added, there good for streamin music from ur pc aswell :thumbsup:
#2
http://img.auctiva.com/imgdata/3/0/9/2/2/5/webimg/42281776_o.jpg

Send music or audio from your fixed or portable device such as your PC, Mac or Laptop to your Hi-fi or Home cinema system without the need to run unsightly cables!

Features

* Stylish looking transmitter and receiver units don't look out of place next to any hi-fi system
* Listen to music on your computer speakers and your home hi-fo at the same time
* Wireless freedom connect between different rooms with no cables
* Easy to install no drivers or software to install
* Transmits on 3 different channels to avoid interferance
* Comes with everything you need to set up the system
* Transmitter and receiver units 14cm x 10cm x 3cm
#3
Well you can't go wrong for a tenner.

I guess you get what you pay for, But should be fine for normal music etc.
#4
what date these available from ? ?
#5
m00nie
what date these available from ? ?


I saw this in store today when my friend was looking for something else... I never go to Nettos so this was a quick bargain I snapped with my phone cam to post here lol.
#6
You could also use the phono connections from video senders as well. They sometimes pop up in places for around £20. They are great for setting up consoles/DVD/Freeview players to projectors and LCD/Plasma screens which have been hung up (minimises the wires required)

What's the range of these Netto ones?
#7
Excuse my ignorance but how is this different from a FM transmitter?
#8
finicky
Excuse my ignorance but how is this different from a FM transmitter?


this transmits on 864mhz and needs the receiver, fm transmitters are 87-108mhz and you pick them up on a normal radio receiver.
#9
I got one of these off of ebay recently, think it cost me £12.99 with shipping! Works really well and does the job I wanted, which was wireless transmitting the contents of my 40gb mp3 player from the living room into the kitchen! It's not the 'richest' sound you'll ever here, but for the money I spent on it I'm well pleased!

Can't remember what the range is, but it'll be fine around the house, into garden I'd imagine! Do a search on ebay, you should fine all that info listed on there against the product!
#10
GavTT

Can't remember what the range is, but it'll be fine around the house, into garden I'd imagine!


You need to plug it in in the garden though.
#11
864MHz is an 'uncluttered' frequency at present, so you should get a good range. Saying that, any powerful transmitter on another frequency in close proximity to the Receiver (WiFi, Video Sender, Mobile Phone, etc.) might affect it's performance...
#12
CardMelter
864MHz is an 'uncluttered' frequency at present, so you should get a good range. Saying that, any powerful transmitter on another frequency in close proximity to the Receiver (WiFi, Video Sender, Mobile Phone, etc.) might affect it's performance...


yeah, my cheap video sender plays up with my wifi.

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