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SLx - Magic Eye IR Extender - For Sky / Sky+ / Sat TV, £4.46 Delivered @ Amazon
SLx - Magic Eye IR Extender - For Sky / Sky+ / Sat TV, £4.46 Delivered @ Amazon

SLx - Magic Eye IR Extender - For Sky / Sky+ / Sat TV, £4.46 Delivered @ Amazon

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SLx Link Systems are designed to allow viewers watching SKY digital satellite programmes on a second TV away from the digital receiver,to operate their digital receiver using a remote control from their current location
Each SLx link system comes with an infra-red eye which receives signals from remote controls and transmits them to the digital receiver.The link connects between the input feed of the second TV and the digital receiver.

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Looks great but does is this all you need to get the sky onto the second tv or do you need another bit of kit?

am sure you have to run cable from back of sky box,to the room you are putting in

foolsgold99

Looks great but does is this all you need to get the sky onto the second … Looks great but does is this all you need to get the sky onto the second tv or do you need another bit of kit?



You will need coax cable from your skybox to the 2nd tv, once installed it works very well, but you do have to watch the same channel on both tvs, very handy tho if your in bed and the box is downstairs.

this works really well also works through non isolated aerial wall sockets

Cheers

U will need 2 turn on RF2 9v power thats is needed to make it work are u wont be able 2 change channels from another room.
Edited by: "gar81" 21st Oct 2010

You get full instructions of how to set it up to work with a Sky box with the kit. It basically has a built-in fly lead that goes into the RF plug on your telly and a coax plug to allow you to connect an extension cable to your RF2 plug on your Sky box. You'll obviously need to get another remote if you want to avoid constantly forgetting to take it with you to the other room.

Bought one of these last week and it was basically garbage, caused so much interference on the picture I gave up with it and ordered a Global Sky Link instead (even cheaper than the Slx if you find a non-retail version through one of the many Amazon sellers), which is the one the Sky guys fit as standard, and it works beautifully with absolutely no picture interference.

I probably got unlucky with the Slx as it generally gets very good reviews, might have been faulty but I couldn't be bothered to send it back considering I paid so little for it.

These are great...but available cheaper from a popular auction site...

marktime

You get full instructions of how to set it up to work with a Sky box with … You get full instructions of how to set it up to work with a Sky box with the kit. It basically has a built-in fly lead that goes into the RF plug on your telly and a coax plug to allow you to connect an extension cable to your RF2 plug on your Sky box. You'll obviously need to get another remote if you want to avoid constantly forgetting to take it with you to the other room.Bought one of these last week and it was basically garbage, caused so much interference on the picture I gave up with it and ordered a Global Sky Link instead (even cheaper than the Slx if you find a non-retail version through one of the many Amazon sellers), which is the one the Sky guys fit as standard, and it works beautifully with absolutely no picture interference.I probably got unlucky with the Slx as it generally gets very good reviews, might have been faulty but I couldn't be bothered to send it back considering I paid so little for it.



I had interference too and just as i was gonna send it back i googled it and it mentioned to change the rf channel if you find a grained picture which i did and now the picture is very good.

Thanks.
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