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Wireless AV Sender 2.4 GHz TV-to-TV Communication For £33.96 Del @ Gizoo

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Only £39.95 online but using voucher code JUNEOFFER comes to £33.95 and free delivery. Codes expires out on 26/06/11. The Wireless AV Sender's Best Bits: •Watch Digital TV in a different room t…
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Only £39.95 online but using voucher code JUNEOFFER comes to £33.95 and free delivery. Codes expires out on 26/06/11.

The Wireless AV Sender's Best Bits:
•Watch Digital TV in a different room to your Digi Box
•Play a DVD or Video down stairs and watch it upstairs
•Works with any TV or other device via Scart connection
•Range reaches up to 30 feet
•Attractive compact size with streamlined shape design
•Compatible with Sky, Freeview and Virgin Media
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#1
Just a word of warning. These use the same frequency as wi-fi so using these could affect your wi-fi network reducing speeds, range or both. I've even seen cases where wi-fi was unusable while using a device like this.
#2
AlmightyCushion
Just a word of warning. These use the same frequency as wi-fi so using these could affect your wi-fi network reducing speeds, range or both. I've even seen cases where wi-fi was unusable while using a device like this.

Thanks for the advice... I was going to order it
#3
Range up to 30 feet ?.
#4
I wouldn't bother with cheap video senders they're awful. Get the AEI ones for about £70 or do a wired extension instead.

Phillips video senders are supposed to be good too but I've never used them myself so couldn't say.
#5
AlmightyCushion
Just a word of warning. These use the same frequency as wi-fi so using these could affect your wi-fi network reducing speeds, range or both. I've even seen cases where wi-fi was unusable while using a device like this.


What is the frequancy that should be avoided? 2.4 is it?
#6
You might want to use the code for something else then...lol
#7
daz316
AlmightyCushion
Just a word of warning. These use the same frequency as wi-fi so using these could affect your wi-fi network reducing speeds, range or both. I've even seen cases where wi-fi was unusable while using a device like this.

What is the frequancy that should be avoided? 2.4 is it?

2.4 Ghz is the same as used for wireless internet you will almost certainly have problems, the ones to go for are 5.8Ghz check Maplin

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