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Sending video to projector via AV sender

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by donkeymagic, Jul 27, 2005.

  1. donkeymagic

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    Has anybody used a wireless av sender to hook up their dvd/sat to a pj? I am just wondering if there is a huge difference in picture quality when using one of these.
    I am currently looking for a pj around the £1000 mark but want to keep cabling to minimum if at all possible. As I want the pj ceiling mounted I could do without the hassle of pulling up floorboards and chasing out walls etc.

    Any info or other suggestions would be appreciated.

    Thanks
     
  2. summat

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    Don't most video senders work with a composite video signal?, and the bandwidth of the link probably won't be so great?, if so, stay clear of them.

    If you're in the market for a £1000 projector then be prepared for a fantastic high-fidelity, high resolution, beautifully crisp display. Put a (poor) RF link in there and you can kiss all that goodbye.

    If, however, you can find one that takes component, or RGB, and transfer those individual channels with a high-bandwidth band, then I'll eat my words. But don't expect any such device to be readily available, or cheap.
     
  3. explicitlyrics

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    Alternatively, if you really really really cant use cables... You could try using 3 AV senders, one for each channel of a component signal....

    Never tried it and I doubt there is anybody else who has,,, but could be a solution....
     

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