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Technika TT-705 Audio Visual Sender @ Tesco Extra Instore £24.97

£24.97 @ Tesco Direct
Instore a few days ago @ Prescot Liverpool These Technika TT-705 Audio Visual Senders come in black and are capable of sending audio or video to a receiver via the sender. D7.1xH4.1xW5.1cm. … Read More
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6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
Instore a few days ago @ Prescot Liverpool

These Technika TT-705 Audio Visual Senders come in black and are capable of sending audio or video to a receiver via the sender. D7.1xH4.1xW5.1cm.

Brand Technika
Colour Black
Dvi - HDMI Adaptor Included No
Features of Product For use with all AV and multimedia devices such as satellite receiver, DTT, DVD player and recorder, camcorder, PC or hi-fi system Simple Plug & Play system
Function Audio Visual Sender
Power Options Mains
Suitable For all AV and multimedia devices
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#2
I have these. They don't work very well when you have wireless networks nearby. Problems result in either strobes interference or audio.

They're better than some video senders I've used, but they all utilise the same 2.4GHz region of the spectrum that wifi, bluetooth and microwave ovens use.

You can get some transmitters that use 4.8GHz, and these are supposed to be better in a wifi environment, but these aren't those.
#3
thekanester
You can get some transmitters that use 4.8GHz, and these are supposed to be better in a wifi environment, but these aren't those.

PS its 5.8GHz like these which seem to get good reviews: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Qose-5-8Ghz-Wireless-Video-Sender/dp/B003CYYR4Q/ref=pd_cp_ce_1
#4
jazzy639
thekanester
You can get some transmitters that use 4.8GHz, and these are supposed to be better in a wifi environment, but these aren't those.

PS its 5.8GHz like these which seem to get good reviews: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Qose-5-8Ghz-Wireless-Video-Sender/dp/B003CYYR4Q/ref=pd_cp_ce_1


I stand corrected, sir. 5.8Ghz.
#5
how do thse work ? do you get to watch the same channel as on the main TV ? can you change channels as well ?
#6
I bought 6 of these a year or so back at £22.97 from Tesco. I only use them as IR extenders, so don't use them to send video and audio. I've found that no matter what wireless channel they are set to (I think there are 4 possible channels) they all talk/interfere with each other, e.g. when the missus changes the channel on the SKY upstairs, it also turns the SKY box downstairs over too.

They also seem a bit fussy as to what angle you aim the remote at them. Sometimes I have to point the SKY remote at the ceiling or off a wall to get the channel changed and the sender/receiver are only about 4m apart, separated by some plasterboard and loft panel. Since I got a Harmony 515 thinks seem a lot better, so maybe its more the remote and not the senders.

Still a good price, given that they come with scart->phono leads

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