SLx - Magic Eye IR Extender - For Sky / Sky+ / Sat TV, £4.62 Delivered @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Powered from the RF2 output on a digital satellite receiver
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#1
cheaper on ebay
#2
jjumbo1
cheaper on ebay

More reliable from Amazon!
#3
Comes up at £4.09
#4
is this wireless? or do you need to run a cable?
#5
dj_lloyde
is this wireless? or do you need to run a cable?

This is only to allow you to use your sky remote on an existing set up. The set up could be wired or wireless. Mine is using return sockets in each bedroom and the lounge where my Sky+ HD box is.
#6
Not a bad deal.

I had 4 of these connected via an SLX digital bypass multiway booster, however they would frequently require a reboot of the skybox and power down of the booster as they would just stop working.

Replaced them with ones by Antiference :

http://www.antiference.co.uk/me-remotelink-sensors

They are much better and were about £4 each on ebay. had no problem, also the eye is much smaller and it it can be stuck on the front of your flat tv.

If you want to use more than 1 eye then you need a booster with digital bypass.

http://www.antiference.co.uk/mains-powered-amplifiers-0
#7
deal is still active, just bought one for £4.09 Hot :0 :):):)
#8
dodgydoggy
deal is still active, just bought one for £4.09 Hot :0 :):):)


That's from Amazon Marketplace
#9
Hi,

Thanks op :)

If I was to buy this would it mean I won't have to have any extra wires added? How does it pick up the sky signal?

Thanks,

xxx
#10
#11
dubnuts
Not a bad deal.

I had 4 of these connected via an SLX digital bypass multiway booster, however they would frequently require a reboot of the skybox and power down of the booster as they would just stop working.

Replaced them with ones by Antiference :

http://www.antiference.co.uk/me-remotelink-sensors

They are much better and were about £4 each on ebay. had no problem, also the eye is much smaller and it it can be stuck on the front of your flat tv.

If you want to use more than 1 eye then you need a booster with digital bypass.

http://www.antiference.co.uk/mains-powered-amplifiers-0


You got a link for them on eBay?Can't seem to find them.
#12
PS These devices are only for controlling your TV remote from a different room.
1 Like #13
pinky8
Hi,Thanks op :)If I was to buy this would it mean I won't have to have any extra wires added? How does it pick up the sky signal?Thanks,xxx

You need to add a wire from wherever the sky box is located, to the room you want the signal sent to. This box then simply plugs in at the co-ax connector in the room you dont have the sky box and allows the sending of signals down the newly installed wire so you can change channel etc.
#14
DerryBhoy
dubnuts
Not a bad deal.I had 4 of these connected via an SLX digital bypass multiway booster, however they would frequently require a reboot of the skybox and power down of the booster as they would just stop working.Replaced them with ones by Antiference :http://www.antiference.co.uk/me-remotelink-sensorsThey are much better and were about £4 each on ebay. had no problem, also the eye is much smaller and it it can be stuck on the front of your flat tv.If you want to use more than 1 eye then you need a booster with digital bypass.http://www.antiference.co.uk/mains-powered-amplifiers-0
You got a link for them on eBay?Can't seem to find them.

There is thousands on Ebay, try searching for Sky Magic Eye, i got mine with a Sky+ remote for less than £15.
#15
Thanks kicksmithy :)

xxx
#16
I like the idea of this but not the wires.
Can someone tell me how to do this wirelessly.
Secondly can you watch a different channel to on main tv or not.
Thirdly is this compatible with sky+ as obviously hd variants etc now
1 Like #17
flufff
I like the idea of this but not the wires.Can someone tell me how to do this wirelessly.Secondly can you watch a different channel to on main tv or not.Thirdly is this compatible with sky+ as obviously hd variants etc now

You could use AV senders, you can only watch the same channel as the box and yes you can use sky+
#18
Thankyou..I thought about AV senders.Would be too many fights in my house if i did this in bedrooms we would all want different channels and a channel changing fight would ensue so i'll stick to freeview upstairs.
#19
anyone know of a similar one for virgin+?
#20
Sky Multiroom?

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