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Anyone know of a good wireless video sender (AV sender) for a decent price?

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Found 18th Feb 2009
Hi All,

I am moving into my new house in just over a week and as it is a new build it does not have an external aerial. We have decided to go for Sky HD but due to not having an aerial we are thinking the best idea is to get a wireless video sender to wirelessly send the video to our bedroom.

So my question is, can anyone recommend one that they know is good quality.
Also does anyone know of any good deals currently out there for one of these wireless video senders?

Any help would be appreciated, as you can guess we are not exactly flush with money :-( with Solicitor fees and deposit... etc....

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iv got the technica ones from tesco and they work pretty well to upstairs, they are not amazing and dont do hd. I only use them for about an hour a night so fine for that, tho my laptop power supply can make it jumpy if left too near

think i paid £20 odd for em

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Hi Leemole,

Thanks for the suggestion - is it http://direct.tesco.com/pi/List/4/100-5494F.jpg Technika TT-705 Audio Visual Sender you have?
£26.42

My tv upstairs is not HD so would not need it to send HD signal. Like yourself I am just looking for ones that will give a decent picture and are reliable at a good price.

yeah they look the same but mine are a couple of years old now, and you can change channel from upstairs too

I would go for a 5.2ghz tv sender rather than the usual (cheaper) 2.4ghz.

The 2.4ghz often suffer from interferance from any wireless device, or even neighbours devices.

The best option (if possible) would be to run a aerial cable from the Sky box, you should then be also able to change channel on the sky box from the bedroom. (i'm assuming this is true you can definetly do this with sky+).

Otherwise try the tv senders.

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I would go for a 5.2ghz tv sender rather than the usual (cheaper) … I would go for a 5.2ghz tv sender rather than the usual (cheaper) 2.4ghz.The 2.4ghz often suffer from interferance from any wireless device, or even neighbours devices. The best option (if possible) would be to run a aerial cable from the Sky box, you should then be also able to change channel on the sky box from the bedroom. (i'm assuming this is true you can definetly do this with sky+).Otherwise try the tv senders.



Yea I was looking at the 5,2Ghz ones as well...
With the wireless senders you can change the channel on the box from up-stairs

I had, in my old house, an aerial cable running from my living room to bedroom but as this is a new house and it has new carpet down and walls freshly painted so wireless sounds better.

Thanks for reply...

I'd really be interested in this as well...any more help?
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