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    Default Video Sender (audio Video Transmitter)


    HELLO TO ALL,

    VIDEO SENDER (LONG RANGE) AUDIO VIDEO TRANSMITTER

    RANGE 1-5 KILOMETERS

    you can tranmitt your audio and video signals

    AVAILABLE in PAKISTAN

    CONTACT [email protected]

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    Quote Originally Posted by zafarjoia View Post
    HELLO TO ALL,

    VIDEO SENDER (LONG RANGE) AUDIO VIDEO TRANSMITTER

    RANGE 1-5 KILOMETERS

    you can tranmitt your audio and video signals

    AVAILABLE in PAKISTAN

    CONTACT [email protected]
    can u give more information pls brother
    cheers,,,dave

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    There are so many of these 2.4 Ghz transmitters.
    Where are the similar range VHF and UHF units so you can tune it in on a regular tv set...

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    How many channel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by member91040 View Post
    How many channel.
    i'll bet a single channel per transmitter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by boknoy_ph View Post
    i'll bet a single channel per transmitter.
    right on the bucket....

    you'll need another transmitter. basically, impractical for big family. coz someone wants sports and the kids want disney channels and the other want another...

    and they all live quarreling one another the end
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    It won't work properly if you have a 2.4 ghz wireless Router,Cell phone,Microwave oven close by.
    You need a 900 mhz or a 5.8 Ghz signal sender...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldeto View Post
    You need a 900 mhz or a 5.8 Ghz signal sender...
    this is definitely the right A/V sender you might need.


    Model number:
    ACS-5820 for the above specs mentioned and has been introduced at the end of 2006, which enables you to watch different channels from sending and receiving TV simultaneously without interfering with each other.


    Model Number: AVS-5808
    is an advanced design of 5.8GHz wireless 8 channels indoor audio/video transmission system; it has a strong immunity from the crowded 2.4GHz band.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldeto View Post
    It won't work properly if you have a 2.4 ghz wireless Router,Cell phone,Microwave oven close by.
    You need a 900 mhz or a 5.8 Ghz signal sender...
    water affects the 2.4gHz range, so a simple drizzle will kill your transmission (might show a 'rainy' picture on the tv, lol).
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    very crowded freq, i doubt if it would be clean pictures all the time!
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