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Scart socket Video sender

Hope I have put this in the right place!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I was looking on fleabay for a wireless video sender and came across the scart socket type anyone know if these are any good have had the other type before and end up misplacing the receiver unit so dont think that will happen with the scart version also will these work with HD?
Thanks in advance for any help

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ive got a set of these i dont use anymore, they are quite good .. Would you be interested if i list them to sell?>

I also have a set of them which I cant use because of my WiFi Router

Would be willing to sell. I will give model spec when I get home

PS I have not seen them work with HD

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wonkey;7152522

ive got a set of these i dont use anymore, they are quite good .. Would … ive got a set of these i dont use anymore, they are quite good .. Would you be interested if i list them to sell?>



are they HD compatable and how much?

I have just been looking around the market place and th eonly way I can see to transmit HD video is to use WIFI streaming video. Damd expensive

Another way that is a lot cheaper is to use standard CAT5 cabling such as this product.. at least this way, it wont be interfered with by your WiFi hub
google.co.uk/pro…wAw

same as this - £12 delivered

One AV transmitter base
One AV receiver base
Two AC Power adapters (Plugin block type)
Two Scart to 2 RCA phono cables (1 for transmit and 1 for receive)
One Infra Red extender cable - capable of supporting 3 different devices.
User Manual
Specification - taken from the supplied manual

Operating Frequency - 2.4GHz to 2.4835GHz (4 selectable channels)
Modulation - FM
Video Level (in and out) - 1 V p-p @ 75ohm
Audio Level (in and out) - 1 V p-p @ 600ohm
Antenna - Hidden and omni-directional
Transmitter power output - 10 dBm
Receiver sensitivity - -80dBm minimum
IR Remote modulation - ASK
Unit Dimensions - 105mm x 52mm x 110mm
Power input - 9V DC 400mA
Unit Weight - 130g (Transmitter) 140g (Receiver)
Operating Range - 100m with line of sight
Remote Control Range - 50 m with line of sight
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