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has anyone used Wireless Video And Audio Sender?

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6y, 3m agoPosted 6 years, 3 months ago
I am looking to put a wall mounted tv in my kitchen and was wondering if anyone had used a wireless video and audio sender?

i looked at the ones on the link below. if anyone has used these or something similar that would be hidden if wall mounted then i'd like to hear your comments.

cheers
scott





http://www.audiovisualonline.co.uk/dynamic/eshop_products.set/ref/2414/fisual-2.4ghz-wireless-video-and-audio-sender/display.html?referer=1
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6y, 3m agoPosted 6 years, 3 months ago
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video senders are great but needs to be 5.8ghz for best results
1 Like #2
I have used cheap ones from Maplin for when my daughters have sleepovers.
They all sleep in a tent in the garden.
I have put a tv out there but use a video sender as can't be bothered setting up either a video player or the Virgin box out there.

It works a treat.
It's not as compact as your one so wouldn't be so easy to hide but it was a little bit cheaper.

I've had a quick look but they don't seem to make them / stock them any more.
I can't see why the one you have listed shouldn't be perfect for the job.
#3
jamstaruk1972
video senders are great but needs to be 5.8ghz for best results

cheers
#4
Jumpingphil
I have used cheap ones from Maplin for when my daughters have sleepovers.They all sleep in a tent in the garden.I have put a tv out there but use a video sender as can't be bothered setting up either a video player or the Virgin box out there.It works a treat.It's not as compact as your one so wouldn't be so easy to hide but it was a little bit cheaper.I've had a quick look but they don't seem to make them / stock them any more.I can't see why the one you have listed shouldn't be perfect for the job.


cheers
#5
I bought a video sender kit for exactly the same reason as you, i.e., tv on kitchen wall.

Spent circa £60 and v disappointed.

Every time that we walked between the sender and receiver unit, the picture broke up.

That 5.8ghz thing might be the answer (?)

GL
Bill
#6
I bought one for my bedroom and took it back that day, something seemed to be interfering with it, tried everything but couldn't get it to work. Instead I an going to run a cable upstairs and use a powermid xl to send the remote's signal.

Don't know if that's an option?
#7
We purchased one and was £70 worked fine but our wireless internet did not work whilst the tv sender was on. Common problem i have been told
#8
cheers for all the comments. wired is not an option unfortunately.
1 Like #9
dcx_badass
Ours never worked either, completely useless.
tara1082
We purchased one and was £70 worked fine but our wireless internet did not work whilst the tv sender was on. Common problem i have been told
sancho1983
I bought one for my bedroom and took it back that day, something seemed to be interfering with it, tried everything but couldn't get it to work. Instead I an going to run a cable upstairs and use a powermid xl to send the remote's signal. Don't know if that's an option?

So,.....post #1 might hold a clue there.

Need to make sure it isn't on the same frequency as your internet.

These things can really be great if you get the right one.
Explain to the shop what you have and even try and find what frequency it works on first.

Hope that helps. http://i305.photobucket.com/albums/nn219/jumpingphil/thumbsup.gif

Edited By: Jumpingphil on Aug 12, 2010 23:42: Spellin......wot else.
#10
Jumpingphil
dcx_badass
Ours never worked either, completely useless.
tara1082
We purchased one and was £70 worked fine but our wireless internet did not work whilst the tv sender was on. Common problem i have been told
sancho1983
I bought one for my bedroom and took it back that day, something seemed to be interfering with it, tried everything but couldn't get it to work. Instead I an going to run a cable upstairs and use a powermid xl to send the remote's signal. Don't know if that's an option?
So,.....post #1 might hold a clue there.Need to make sure it isn't on the same frequency as your internet.These things can really be great if you get the right one.Explain to the shop what you have and even try and find what frequency it works on first.Hope that helps. http://i305.photobucket.com/albums/nn219/jumpingphil/thumbsup.gif


:-)

will do, cheers

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