Wireless Audio/Video Transmitter 100V Reviews
Description:Set up a wireless link to watch videos or DVD on a second television without cabling. Transfers video images and audio signals. IR extender included to use every existing VCR/DVD remote control. Transmit through walls without interference.
Newest Review: ... It did. I asked whether the sound reproduction was comparable with wired connection and was told it was. It wasn't. ... more
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Customer Wireless Audio/Video Transmitter 100V Reviews (2)
by - written on 30/12/02, updated on 30/12/02 (Useful, 959 readings)
Looking for a way to connect the audio output from my DVD to and stream mp3 music files from my pc to my hifi, I came across the 100V. The saleman assured me it would not pick up inteferance from my 802.11b wireless lan. It did. I asked whether the sound reproduction was comparable with wired connection and was told it was. It wasn't. The sound through my Bose speakers was flat and lifeless. Reproduction or lack of at the top range was particularly bad instead of the crispness I have been used to when playing cd's I got hiss. The 100V would not receive through thin walls some 20ft away. Walking between the two units produced ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/08/01, updated on 29/08/01 (Very useful, 3655 readings)
Now here's an interesting thing. Many early video fans will remember a product that surfaced in the 80s called a "Video Sender". This fun little unit promised to take the output from the back of your VCR, transmit it (illegally, as it turned out) on the UHF television band, and then another TV in the house could tune in and benefit from video entertainment. Thus was the theory. However, in practice, the things just did not work. I had a friend who sent off for one (and they cost a fortune in 1988) and was never able to make it go successfully. So when I saw an advance press release for the Trust Audio Video Transmitter, I was at once ... Read the complete review
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