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Sky link?

Discussion in 'Desktop & Laptop Computers Forum' started by jon stallard, Apr 12, 2005.

  1. jon stallard

    jon stallard
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    A mate has just asked me if I've ever heard of Sky link. Here's what he asked:

    "Has anyone tried the "Watch Sky" link? Apparently for a one off payment of £6.95 you can watch Sky on your PC. I wondered if it worked (that it's not a scam) and if it will work on a Mac."

    It doesn't sound right but potenially, it could open up all sorts of avenues if it somehow allowed Sky to be viewed on a PC..... via what I've no idea, USB????

    Anyone help?

    Cheers,
    Jon.
     
  2. Skunkpipe

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    Sky link allows you to watch Sky in other rooms. It essentially send sky over a co-ax feed from the back of the sky box - this lead carries the tv signal, and also connects to an IR Reciever - this is used to control teh sky in another room.
    We used to have one before getting a second box - the work very well for the price
    you could probably feed it into an analogue TV card - not sure what the quality would be like though.

    see http://skybuy.sky.com/addToBasket2.asp?STR=SKYBUY,70SKYACC,703OTH,,SA0003,,314,,,,,&qty=1
     

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