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Works well with limitations
on 20 November 2010
The first thing you should know about this is that it will take up a scart socket on the unit you are using to transmit the signal to the remote television. If you have not got a spare scart socket on your satalite/freeview box, or DVD player then you will have a problem. Some transmitters of this type have a piggyback type scart connector so that you do not have to use up an additional scart socket.
Setting up the unit is fairly easy and it does work where we wanted it but I was surprised at how easy the signal was interrupted. Our second set is only 20 meters from the transmitter and on the same level but if anyone walks near either the transmitter or receiving TV the signal breaks up badly. Furthermore the circular aerials have to be positioned exactly to get the best signal and that is not always easy because they have limited movement.
To summarise, we are happy with it in the situation we use it, but it does have it's limitations.