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Wireless sending / receiving of digital TV signal


Bamgoogled

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We have BT Vision on one TV and want to be able to watch (or have the kids watch) it on the second TV in the other lounge. To avoid running wiring under fireplaces and through walls, what is the best wireless way of transceiving the signal from the BT Vision box to the other TV?

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BRYNIT

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Video Senders. Don't know how good they are.
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Bamgoogled

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Another aspect of the query is - is there any way of so transceiving and also controlling the BT Vision in the second room.

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morddwyd

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I have used them in the past; can be a bit patchy, but the modern ones are probably better. I believe some of the more advanced models will also transmit IR signals back to the box.

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john bunyan

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I had the Philipps model to send DVD recordings from downstairs to upstairs. You could control the recorder upstairs, but as my house is quite large with some thick concrete walls, the signal was a bit patchy. I think you take the controller up with you. Probably ok if the distance is short and walls not too thick. In the end bought a second DVD recorder!

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