tv video sender

  moorie 05:30 29 Sep 06
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dont know wether this is possible?

we currently have a tv video sender (asda £40)that sends the cable box channels to our upstairs tv.

we also hae a second cable box donstairs,what i was wondering, is it possible to use a video sender to send channels to my daughters laptop by plugging in reciever ?

  johnnyrocker 08:29 29 Sep 06

surely all your daughter would need is an additional receiver at her site? the only downside being that all watch the same content.



johnny.

  moorie 08:43 29 Sep 06

thanks for reply,its a second diggy box independant of the other one,so will need sender to view the channel on that box.The plug on the reciever is a scart,how do i connect that to lappy

  johnnyrocker 08:46 29 Sep 06

most video senders can have additional receivers purchased, as for connection you will need a scart to phono lead providing lappy has tv in and audio in facility.



johnny.

  moorie 08:52 29 Sep 06

johney how do i check tv/sound in?

  johnnyrocker 08:57 29 Sep 06

usually indicated by red and white phono sockets.



johnny.

  moorie 09:01 29 Sep 06

hi no red or white sockets just 2 headphone speaker sockets, can i do anything?

  wjrt 14:33 29 Sep 06

what about this DVB stick and she can have tv anywhere
click here

  wjrt 14:37 29 Sep 06

click here
try here
also freecom do one with analogue channels as well

  moorie 16:49 29 Sep 06

yeah thought crossed my mind but programmes no good for the little madam,got to have disney channel!ive done the usb/freeview for my 12 yr olds lappy,i guess kids are just spoilt! thanks for reply though

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