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questions about A/V Sender and Receivers

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For sometime, I have intermittent interference on my 2nd TV in the bedroom which is receiving its signal from an Xtraview STB in the lounge ... for sometime it would be fine, but for a few days, the signal, although you can see no snowing on the bouncing images, the TV jumps as if there is interference.

 

So, I want to get rid of the coax and thought of going for an A/V wireless solution. I found 2 options and I'd like to know which one would be suitable .. I also want to know from the fact that you're living with the devices how they perform, any issues you've experienced, etc

 

1. Ellies A/V Sender Wizard .. this I can pick up at Builders Warehouse for around R850 or so, but man, the receiver/transmitter have a really **** design and looks bulky.

 

2. Then there is 2.4GHz Wireless A/V Transmitter & Receiver IR Remote 350M,

 

 

3. 5.8GHZ Wireless A/V Sender 3 Receivers 200M (Blue), I am sure that 200M is fairly enough for me to transmit the signal, but I don't know what is the difference between 2.4Ghz and 5.8Ghz.

 

What are your opinions on the 3 mentioned above?

 

Importantly is that I must also be able to change channels on my 1110 as well which I see they all can do, but need to make sure that due to future STBs coming from Multichoice, these will still be compatibile.

 

Ideally, I would prefer a Slingbox with a Sling Catcher, but we don't have that here in SA and it is probably way too of an expensive solution.

 

Just also, is there a solution for this available in SA for HDMI instead of composite? The 2nd TV is still an old CRT though, so no issues.

 

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