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Philips SLV3220/05 Wireless TV link only £14.48 (pcworld £74.99)
Philips SLV3220/05 Wireless TV link only £14.48 (pcworld £74.99)

Philips SLV3220/05 Wireless TV link only £14.48 (pcworld £74.99)

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Philips SLV3220/05 Wireless TV link

Watch any video device on a 2nd TV
Connect 2 devices simultanously
Works with DVD+RW/ DVD/ VCR / set-top box, and many more
Compatible with most video devices and brands
Device can be operated in a closed cabinet
Access to 2 devices at the press of a button
Simple set-up and easy to use
Less clutter, less fuss and no cable laying or drilling
Wireless signal passes through walls and ceilings


Basically a transmitter and a reciever which can send any 2 SCART or AV data inputs. The orginal device handset (e.g. freeview/dvd player) can be used in the second room, through this system, to change the channels.

Using pcworld price match you get a very good deal. RRP: £74.99
Price match with amazon.co.uk which is selling it at £19.98 (inc del), you can get it for £14.48 Bargin!! I loved the fact the assistant manager had to check with his boss before offering this price match - but I got it.
amazon.co.uk/Phi…FXG

Full Spec p4c.philips.com/fil…pdf
Price match pcworld.co.uk/mar…ise

20 Comments

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Does anyone know if this works transmitting sky tv to another tv ?

why are people voting this cold ?

any chance if you know if this keeps the signal digital? or does it make it analogue?

SNOWBALL007;2744212

Does anyone know if this works transmitting sky tv to another tv ?



It will do this but i found the quality very poor. Connects through scart so is analogue. I wanted to transmit just to the next room it worked but the picture was like an old vhs tape, would not recomend. I ended up sending it back.

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Very good price but would advise against on own experience.

I have used a diff make of this for my Sky + box for years. Really is as simple as plugging into the scart of the deviice you want to transmit and then the other one into the TV. Quality is good and all functions work.

shamon;2744231

any chance if you know if this keeps the signal digital? or does it make … any chance if you know if this keeps the signal digital? or does it make it analogue?




No chance.......unfortunately

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Phoned to get this, 'will have to phone me back because it is such a massive discount!' but if I get it I will be chuffed, voted hot!

Update: Called me back to say it would be £19:98, I said the price match was 110% not 100% so after being put on hold I got it for £14:99, will be delivered soon (By DHL- A proper courier!), thanks OP.

Beware that if this is using 2.4GHz frequency then you'll get interference from WiFi, microwave, bluetooth and pretty much everything else.

I don't have this model, but have another 2 sets of similar items which I simply can't use in my house since my wifi causes a rhythmical beating pattern in both video and audio channels...it's really annoying.

It's also worth checking if this forwards the remote controls for Virgin Media, since most video transmitters do not.

Just be wary when buying this is all. Perhaps someone who actually owns this unit can provide more insight into its running.

Looks like it's worth a try maybe.

The pic on PC World's website is different though to the one above?

http://www.pcworld.co.uk/images/205697_01_huge.jpg

???

Does anyone know of a decent TV link around the £30 quid mark then?

All of these units will stomp on your wifi :-(

Coldape;2744252

It will do this but i found the quality very poor. Connects through scart … It will do this but i found the quality very poor. Connects through scart so is analogue. I wanted to transmit just to the next room it worked but the picture was like an old vhs tape, would not recomend. I ended up sending it back. For other views (mixed)]http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/4-/3432759/-/Product.html?searchstring=SLV3220%2f05+&searchsource=0Very good price but would advise against on own experience.



Been using this type of thing for YEARS, am on to my second set and the old is exactly the same frequencies - the old receiver units even worked with the new one (different make) after the first transmitter went bust! Come down dramatically in price over the past 10 years, and would not be without mine.

With an auto switching scart box, and a transmitter remote control cable with more than one sender as many have (this has two) you can send more than just the Sky box, and use it for DVD or streamed media even. I can even use it with an extra receiver to get it to another room than the main intended one, although it does work best with a clearer "line of sight" eg. through floorboards rather than through brick walls.

Picture quality is about 95% of normal Sky box quality, and audio is barely any different. Biggest problem has been interference from my wireless network, (never been any problem for the wifi itself!) under certain circumstances, like when the network router is looking to connect to a non-existent laptop or pc! With the use of Powerline plug in networking, that is now sorted for me.

Someone mentioned cable boxes... there are some specifically made to accommodate these, the standard ones normally don't work the remote controls

joylove;2745028

All of these units will stomp on your wifi :-(



not on mine.

Some slight problems with interference the other way round.

Hagga27;2744881

Does anyone know of a decent TV link around the £30 quid mark then?



My first set was 110 quid about 10 years ago. Current one was about £25 about 3 years ago.

See no benefit in paying more, unless the look is a big issue. Both worked as well.

thekanester;2744507

Beware that if this is using 2.4GHz frequency then you'll get … Beware that if this is using 2.4GHz frequency then you'll get interference from WiFi, microwave, bluetooth and pretty much everything else.I don't have this model, but have another 2 sets of similar items which I simply can't use in my house since my wifi causes a rhythmical beating pattern in both video and audio channels...it's really annoying.It's also worth checking if this forwards the remote controls for Virgin Media, since most video transmitters do not.Just be wary when buying this is all. Perhaps someone who actually owns this unit can provide more insight into its running.



Only got the problem when Wifi was trying to connect to a non-existent device, such as when nothing connected to the router!

Plug in Powerline Ethernet has been a total solution to my wireless connection, although when I was using wifi, it made no difference when I unplugged my video senders.

I've called PCWorld and their Customer Service did not give me the Price match promise as it does not match the item on Amazon.co.uk (SLV3220/05)

]Amazon is £61.96.

This has a RF link that should allow the unit to be controlled remotely, eg if the box is in a cabinet or cupboard. However, this model does not work with Sky or NTL remotes so won't suit some people.

It doesnt say it on the specs or anywhere other than a sticker on the box.

ops nothing am daft

Original Poster

Looks like Amazon have put the price back up. However ]Play.com have the device for £35 so works out at £31 now with price match.

Just to clarify the models in store are an identical match, pcworld website just has an old image for some reason.

hi

I bought this device (phillips slv 3220 av sender) & have been frustrated for 3 hrs yesterday as i have done all it says on the instructions manual but it keeps coming up on my second tv NO SIGNAL? why is this, Please help me.

thank you.
Taffa.
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