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Philips dvd recorder RF output

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by tonym, Jul 21, 2005.

  1. tonym

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    Hi
    Can anybody tell me if i can use the rf out on my philips dvd recrder to relay the pictures around the house. So i can watch a dvd in the bedroom whilst it is playing downstairs. I could with the video but cannot seem to make it work with a dvd.
    Thanks
     
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    Have a look in the user manual and see if it states anything about RF output or RF modulator (maybe in the specs) or post the full model number here.
    It isn't enough to state "Philips DVD recorder" as there are various models with different features. :lesson:
     
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    Hi
    Its a dvdr 610 philips .
     
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    No, in common with most DVD recorders your model does not have an RF modulator which is the usual way of piping a signal around the house.
    You could buy a "video sender" connected to a rear scart socket and send the signal wirelessly around the house to any TV set (distance and reception conditions permitting)
    Have a look in an "Argos" catalogue or similar for prices.
    Another method is to buy an external RF modulator from "Maplin" and use that.
    Good luck. :smashin:
     

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