In this modern age it is very common to have more than one TV in your house. As well as the one in the living, you may have one in the kitchen, one in the second sitting room, one in the study and one in any number of bedrooms. The convenience of having multiple TVs far outweighs the extra cost of buying several televisions, but when it comes to getting the TV signal to all the TVs in your house, it can be very expensive and inconvenient. It normally involves running wires around your house, purchasing extra satellite or cable receivers, as well as additional DVD players. However, with an inexpensive All-in-one TV sender these problems will be a thing of the past.
An All-in-one TV sender transmits audio and video signals wirelessly from your main TV to a second TV located somewhere else in your house. The whole set-up is ridiculously simple in comparison to the wired and expensive alternatives. You simply plug the sender into your TV, satellite, cable, Freeview receiver or DVD player using a scart socket (something which every modern audio-visual device has) and then plug the receiver into the TV you want to watch the signal on (also using a scart connection). Both the sender and receiver units require power, but this just means plugging them into a normal wall-socket. Then you are ready to watch the video signal in the new location. As you buy the sender and receiver as an all-in-one set there`s no complicated set-up procedure because they are designed to work together with no hassle and no fuss.
In addition to sending the audio and video signals from the transmitter to the receiver, you may also want to send control commands from the receiver to the sender to tell it to change the channel, volume, or pause a DVD. For this you will require an infra-red eye to go with your receiver. An All-in-one sender comes complete with this infra-red eye, enabling you to use your original remote control to control the signal from the secondary TV as if you were in front of the primary TV. This certainly beats having to return to the primary TV every time you want to switch channel, but it does still mean you have to carry the remote back and forth between the two TVs depending on which one you want to watch. A better solution is to buy an additional remote control, so you can keep one with the wireless receiver permanently.
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As the name suggests, the an All-in-one TV sender includes everything you need to send audio and video signals from one TV to another with very little hassle and for a small fraction of the cost of all other alternatives. The only problem that can occur is that of inference of the wireless signal from other wireless devices (such as a baby monitor), but there is normally an easy solution to such problems. An All-in-one sender solves all your TV needs within your house, all you really need in addition is a portable digital TV for when you are travelling and you never have to be without a TV.
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