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Which video sender to use?

Discussion in 'Satellite TV, Sky TV & FreeSat' started by JIT, Aug 8, 2005.

  1. JIT

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    Anybody use a video sender with Freeview?

    Just waiting for my Topfield to be delivered and would like to send both live TV and what's on the HD to another TV set around the house.

    Any recommendations on an AV sender for the job?
     
  2. kevlong

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    I've used Digisender in the past. To be honest, if you have a large house/lots of solid walls to get through, then none of them work very well.

    Kevlong
     
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    I may be wrong, but I think all are ok with Freeview. Maplins specify only certain senders for Sky+ or cable, I don't recall anything about Freeview. As Kevlong implies, they aren't any great shakes. I use mine for Sky on my pc, but there's interference that's sometimes pretty bad & I have to fess with the aerials. If it's for a home cinema experience go wired, a bit of Tv without the buggering around it's ok though.
     
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