Technomate TM-RF HD HDMI RF Modulator £111.48 @ Amazon
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Technomate TM-RF HD HDMI RF Modulator £111.48 @ Amazon

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Found 21st Jan
I've bought a few of these and this is the cheapest anywhere right now, a excellent HDMI modulator. Prime price.

Send 1080p High-Definition video with audio over an RF distribution system
Converts an HDMI signal into an HD digital Freeview DVB-T compatible signal
Connect multiple TM-RF HD to watch different devices
Upgrades an existing Standard Definition RF system to 1080p HD
Requires a DVB-T or DVB-T2 compatible TV

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I'm glad you explained what this does. I still have no idea oO

takes an HDMI output from something (say a blu-ray player playing Trump propaganda in one of his hotels) and lets you pump it around normal aerial cables in your house, letting freeview TVs tune into the signal as if it was a TV channel, basically.

Unless you've recently wired up everything, it's unlikely you'd have hdmi in your walls. The other preferred way is over network cable, but again, highly unlikely as standard.

Most buildings will have RF distribution over coax to tv points. Probably a niche product, all that said, though maybe it combines with the terrestrial channels - no desire to research it!

Richief

I'm glad you explained what this does. I still have no idea oO


It allows you to show anything from say a Sky box (or anything else with a Hdmi output) in high quality true HD video and sound on all of the tvs in your house (if they have digital freview tuner). With Sky boxes, they have a low quality output which can be shown on other tvs, so this modulator is better

Edited by: "jasee" 21st Jan

Can I use it to broadcast my porn collection to the neighbours? I see a business idea forming. Watch out Trump here I come.

i sure im correct in saying..... the tvs have to have freeview HD for this to work ? standard freeview tv wont tune into it.
i installed one onto a Drs home to allow the cctv to be viewed on all tvs, and 3 of the tvs were fine but the 2 older tvs with standard freeview would not find the camera channel when tuning.

Sorry to be a bit slow here, but I'm presuming the TV tuner and the Source box both need to be connected to the same terrestrial co-ax aerial?

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lollypoplee

i sure im correct in saying..... the tvs have to have freeview HD for … i sure im correct in saying..... the tvs have to have freeview HD for this to work ? standard freeview tv wont tune into it.i installed one onto a Drs home to allow the cctv to be viewed on all tvs, and 3 of the tvs were fine but the 2 older tvs with standard freeview would not find the camera channel when tuning.


It won't work on HD Ready televisions that are 720p. I had this problem before when I installed it in a pub, 6 of the televisions were 1080p and 2 were HD Ready.

I made it work on them 2 by using a Bush HD Freeview box from Ebay for £18 that made it work on them televisions

It works on 1080p televisions with standard Freeview. It does not have to be Freeview HD


Edited by: "avi2" 21st Jan

avi2

It won't work on HD Ready televisions that are 720p. I had this problem … It won't work on HD Ready televisions that are 720p. I had this problem before when I installed it in a pub, 6 of the televisions were 1080p and 2 were HD Ready.I made it work on them 2 by using a Bush HD Freeview box from Ebay for £18 that made it work on them televisionsIt works on 1080p televisions with standard Freeview. It does not have to be Freeview HD



​arrrrr that makes a lot of sence now mate thank you. the tv was 720.
cheers

avi2

It won't work on HD Ready televisions that are 720p. I had this problem … It won't work on HD Ready televisions that are 720p. I had this problem before when I installed it in a pub, 6 of the televisions were 1080p and 2 were HD Ready.I made it work on them 2 by using a Bush HD Freeview box from Ebay for £18 that made it work on them televisionsIt works on 1080p televisions with standard Freeview. It does not have to be Freeview HD



Is it not more down to whether the TV will accept a 1080p signal or not?

Many 720p TVs will but equally a lot of older/low end ones won't.

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b1g1an

Is it not more down to whether the TV will accept a 1080p signal or … Is it not more down to whether the TV will accept a 1080p signal or not?Many 720p TVs will but equally a lot of older/low end ones won't.


But a 720p television tuner cannot accept a 1080p signal. I had a customer with a 2016 model 720p television and it still did not work on that.

The only solution I found was to use a cheapo Bush Freeview HD box with that
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