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I'm after an AVsender & not sure about which one will suit my purpose. I want it to output a signal from sky+hd to another TV I have which is two walls away (maybe 3 since I'm deciding to move the TV again). 

 

I'm looking into this presently:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Qose-5-8Ghz-Wireless-Sender-receiver/dp/B003CYYR4Q/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1349126123&sr=8-1

Any good?

 

Anything out there representing better techincal prowess, reliability or general 'bang for buck'? With a good review to back it up preferbly.

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RE: AV Sender

If you want HD on the second TV, then this will not work.

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RE: AV Sender

http://www.keene.co.uk/electronics/multi.php?mycode=GV821

This has been well reviewed elsewhere...

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RE: AV Sender

I want an AV sender which will transmit a HD signal. At the same time I don't want to be spending £250 odd.

 

Is there anything around the £50 mark?

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RE: AV Sender

vpacalypse wrote:

I want an AV sender which will transmit a HD signal. At the same time I don't want to be spending £250 odd.

 

Is there anything around the £50 mark?

No chance.
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RE: AV Sender

Ok, what prices would I be looking at for a HD compatible one?

Links of any good ones appreciated.

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You're looking at least £140. No recommendations as the ones I've seen/tried have all been pretty poor.

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RE: AV Sender

Never tried, but what about HDMI over Ethernet? then use homeplugs to not have to use a long ehternet cable?

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D3CYPH3R wrote:

Never tried, but what about HDMI over Ethernet? then use homeplugs to not have to use a long ehternet cable?

HDMI baluns wont work with homeplugs/on a network, as they dont use TCP/IP

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RE: AV Sender

The £140 option is not my cup of tea, so I'm going with the normal qose one from amazon.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Qose-5-8Ghz-Wireless-Sender-receiver/dp/B003CYYR4Q

 

Just to be sure, the HD signal from the skybox will be turned into SD content by the time it comes up on the TV?

 

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RE: AV Sender

If you want SD upstairs you dont need an HD sender

Yamaha V2065. MS Mezzo 5.1 Panasonic 42. Sony BD. Garrard 86SB. WD Live TV. SkyHD.

http://www.whathifi.com/forum/home-cinema/lounge-hc-signature-update-bass-traps

 

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