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Watching DVDs in another room


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Is there a way of transmitting a video (Or DVD) signal around your house, ie play a DVD in your living room and view it in the kitchen?

My setup is this :- Sky + box is in living room, and I have the RF2 cable going into a digital amplifier/splitter, with cables then run all around the house into 4 other rooms via magic eyes, to allow me to view, and control, Sky + in other rooms.

But, my question is, is there a way of me playing a DVD in the bedroom or living room, but viewing it in the kitchen?

I've heard of these wireless video senders, but my expereince of them is not good, due to interference from the microwave, but in any case, if I was to try another model, how would that fit in to my current setup?

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