"How does it work? A set-top box has numerous outputs. You connect the local TV to one of the set-top box’s outputs. The other output is connected to the video transmitter. You can also use a splitter. You place the required CAT5 cable(s) between the video transmitters’ transmitter and receiver. The video transmitters with infrared return also have an infrared receiver that you can, for example, stick under your TV, and an infrared LED that you can then stick to the connected source. This allows you to operate the decoder from different places in your home.
Watching your SD or HD content on a TV located elsewhere has never been so simple!"
- Watch and operate your HD Content elsewhere on your TV
- Watch films, look at photographs and listen to music from, for example, your Media Centre PC, Blu-Ray player, game console, set top box or hard-disk recorder on a different TV/projection screen in perfect HD quality.
- Operate your connected A/V equipment remotely via the infrared return signal.
- Wired signal transmission up to 100 metres!
- Optimum price/quality ratio as a result of using CAT5e/CAT6 cabling.
- Retention of Full HD 1080p image and sound quality for up to 60 metres.
- Free from interruption due to solid metal, interference free housing.
- Very simple to install or add into an unused CAT5 network.