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Slingbox 350 on Ibood for £36.95

£36.95 @ IBOOD
Slingbox 350 for £36.95 incl postage. Description TV viewing has changed drastically over the years. Technology has allowed new things to come into being: additions are made to make shows more i… Read More
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7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago
Slingbox 350 for £36.95 incl postage.

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TV viewing has changed drastically over the years. Technology has allowed new things to come into being: additions are made to make shows more inclusive for viewers for example but above all we watch when we want. The Slingbox 350 is a device in the same vein because it allows you to watch your own TV remotely. That is when you want but especially where you want. Free of charge, without monthly subscriptions!
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#1
Tried ordering but it defaults the delivery address country to Ireland?
#2
onetwothree123
Tried ordering but it defaults the delivery address country to Ireland?

http://www.ibood.com/uk/en/#country=uk

Its a bit dated now but still a great bit of kit if you don't mind fiddling around with non-hdmi cables!

Edited By: rd3d2 on Nov 29, 2016 08:42
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rd3d2
onetwothree123
Tried ordering but it defaults the delivery address country to Ireland?
http://www.ibood.com/uk/en/#country=uk
Its a bit dated now but still a great bit of kit if you don't mind fiddling around with non-hdmi cables!
Cheers
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Thanks OP. I'm planning to connect to our rather ancient Sky HD box. It hasn't got component connections but I'm assuming I could connect the Sky box to the Slingbox via Scart? And from there, I'd just need to connect the Slingbox to my home network using homeplugs. And then my daughters would be able to watch Sky upstairs (albeit in SD) using a combination of Chromecast and the Slingplayer app on their phone. If anyone can confirm I'd be grateful. Thanks
#5
searsp
Thanks OP. I'm planning to connect to our rather ancient Sky HD box. It hasn't got component connections but I'm assuming I could connect the Sky box to the Slingbox via Scart? And from there, I'd just need to connect the Slingbox to my home network using homeplugs. And then my daughters would be able to watch Sky upstairs (albeit in SD) using a combination of Chromecast and the Slingplayer app on their phone. If anyone can confirm I'd be grateful. Thanks

I think that should work (assuming you have a scart adapter for the sling box - not expensive and that your homeplugs are connected to the internet, and you have a decent internet speed)
#6
rd3d2
searsp
Thanks OP. I'm planning to connect to our rather ancient Sky HD box. It hasn't got component connections but I'm assuming I could connect the Sky box to the Slingbox via Scart? And from there, I'd just need to connect the Slingbox to my home network using homeplugs. And then my daughters would be able to watch Sky upstairs (albeit in SD) using a combination of Chromecast and the Slingplayer app on their phone. If anyone can confirm I'd be grateful. Thanks
I think that should work (assuming you have a scart adapter for the sling box - not expensive and that your homeplugs are connected to the internet, and you have a decent internet speed)

Thanks mate. It looks as though a scart adapter is included - at least that's what's shown on the amazon listing. Appreciate the response and as you say, anything extra won't be expensive.
#7
Thanks OP - I'd never have found that by myself. I actually had one of these years ago (the old trapezium shape version) and it was really good. I could go on holiday in Spain and simply watch anything on my PVR whilst on holiday...
I used it all the time until, eventually, it died! I hope does the same thing (not die, I mean allow TV watching remotely).

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