Welltech Wireless Transmitter Set (Video Sender) - £19.99 @ Lidl from 07/12/2006 - HotUKDeals
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Following the recent rapid sell out of the similar offering by Aldi on their Tevion Video Sender Unit, Lidl are now offering a Welltech Wireless Transmitter Set

* Radio transmission of high fidelity stereo sound and high resolution pictures
* Can be connected to TV, satellite receiver,VCR, CD player and more
* Transmits through walls and ceilings
* Supplied with SCART/RCA adaptor, RCA/RCA cables, mains adaptor and PC audio adaptor
* Available in black or silver
* Free 3 year manufacturer's warranty

Available from 07/12/2006 & only whilst stocks last!
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#1
How do you 'receive' the sent images?
#2
This is a set, you have a 'transmitter box' that you attach to the signal you want to send (e.g. Sky, freeview, DVD, video etc) and another 'receiver box' that you connect to the TV you want to watch the signal on.

Most of these systems also allow backwards transmission of the remote control signal so you can remotely control for example your DVD player you are sending a signal from whilst watching it on, for example, your bedroom TV

It doesn't specify this feature in the advert of this Lidl offering, (but if like the Aldi Tevion system, that is what the 'twig' antenna is for; the 'satellite' dish is for the picture & sound transmission/reception) so check before you buy.
#3
I'm pretty sure it does. I have a Welltech wirless transmitter/receiver also bought from Lidl a few years ago. It transmits IR from your remote back through the receiver to the transmitter from which you attach a wire with a number of "nodes" with a sticky back that you can peel off and stick onto the devices you need to control. Works pretty well (better than the ones that just have a single infared light in my experience). For me the picture quality with this one wasn't great and I've upgraded (got a bit of interference on all of the 4 channels you can select from, some more than others). Unless they've improved it I'd suggest it would be worth paying a bit extra for better quality...
#4
I have one of these as well. It's worth mentioning that this transmits in the same frequency range as Wifi. I have my transmitter sitting beside my wireless router, and they play well together, but if I'm watching TV connected to the receiver with my laptop in the same room, I get periodic picture and audio disturbances. If I move the laptop away from the receiver, things improve, so if your machine was in another room then it would not be a problem. Can't be avoided, since public frequency bands are packed at the mo.

I thought it worth mentioning to peeps here, just in case their configuration at home would make this purchase redundant.
#5
That shouldn't be a problem. Just change the channel that your wireless router? works on.
#6
Is this restricted to what picture can be beamed? I watch a lot of shows on my xbox via xbmc. Could I beam the picture from my xbox to another tv?
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This is a set, you have a 'transmitter box' that you attach to the signal you want to send (e.g. Sky, freeview, DVD, video etc) and another 'receiver box' that you connect to the TV you want to watch the signal on.

Most of these systems also allow backwards transmission of the remote control signal so you can remotely control for example your DVD player you are sending a signal from whilst watching it on, for example, your bedroom TV

It doesn't specify this feature in the advert of this Lidl offering, (but if like the Aldi Tevion system, that is what the 'twig' antenna is for; the 'satellite' dish is for the picture & sound transmission/reception) so check before you buy.



I have jus bought one of these transmitters. I connected it to the tv in the sitting room and the receiver to the one in my bedroom, so that i could pick up the cable tv channels in my bedroom....when I turn on tv in my room i get the chnnels through AV on my TV....The remote for the sitting room tv then changes the channels...but when I change the channel in the sitting room, it also changes the channel automatically in my bedroom and vice versa..is this meant to happen, and if not, any idea how to stop it, as seems a bit pointless having to watch the same thing on both tvs!!! Any Suggestions?
Cheers
#8
tbrady
I have jus bought one of these transmitters. I connected it to the tv in the sitting room and the receiver to the one in my bedroom, so that i could pick up the cable tv channels in my bedroom....when I turn on tv in my room i get the chnnels through AV on my TV....The remote for the sitting room tv then changes the channels...but when I change the channel in the sitting room, it also changes the channel automatically in my bedroom and vice versa..is this meant to happen, and if not, any idea how to stop it, as seems a bit pointless having to watch the same thing on both tvs!!! Any Suggestions?
Cheers

Unfortunately, yes.

The video sender only sends the same signal from the source, whatever that signal is.

There is a possible way around it if you are able to record one cable channel whilst watching another (not sure as I don't have cable). If you can do that, you need to send the cable signal to your recording device (video, dvd, etc) and send that recording devices signal on your bedroom tv - there's no need to actually record the show. Sorry, I've not explained that very well, ask again if you need more help.

If you cannot record a different channel to that which you are watching (e.g. as with most freeview boxes) then you cannot watch a different channel with this device. You can watch a signal from a different source (e.g. dvd player) with this device on one TV whilst the other TV is tuned to a separate source.
#9
Hi
I purchased my av sender also from lIdl and it works fine except i cannot get the remote from set top box upstairs to work on the receiving tv downstairs. any idea why that is. I do have an infared cable which i didnt use when setting this up. has that got something to do with it/. appreciate your help.
#10
Would this work on a virgin TiVo box? thank you

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