Qose 5.8Ghz Wireless Video Sender and receiver - Watch Digital / Satellite TV anywhere in your home
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- Advanced Qose 5.8 Ghz wireless transmitter and receiver with 8 selectable channels. Avoid monthly fees
- Transmit crisp audio/video signal with radio frequency. Compatible with camcorder and camera, Extra receivers available have it in as many rooms as you like
- With no wires or extra monthly charges you can have Satellite / Digital TV in any room of your house!
- remote control the A/V source with infa red extender from another room
- **PLEASE NOTE**- remove blue safety plastic from scart before use
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* Advanced Qose 5.8 Ghz wireless transmitter and receiver with 8 selectable channels.* Transmit crisp audio/video signal with radio frequency. * With no wires or extra monthly charges you can have * Satellite/ Digital TV in any room of your house! remote control the A/V source with infa red extender * Compatible with camcorder and camera. ***PLEASE NOTE**- remove blue safety plastic from scart before use. This ensures enhanced signal quality from set up NOT COMPATIBLE with Virgin Media boxes *Box contains: 1x Sender 1x Receiver 2x Adaptor 1x User's manual 1x Mini Din to SCART cable 1x Mini Din to SCART +IR cable
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What you do need to know, however, is that you need an available scart socket in both your Sky box and your second TV, also electricity sockets for both receiver and sender as they need to be plugged in.
Lol. Please excuse my rather long-winded ramblings, but I am of the older generation and really do appreciate these types of review. Many Thanks. And thank you for the swift delivery.
For those who aren't entirely aware of what these AV senders do and how they work, please allow me to briefly explain...
Basically, you receive two units (one is a Sender, the other a Receiver) -- you plug the Sender into the back of your Sky+ HD box (using the supplied SCART cable), and the Receiver into the back of your TV upstairs (or wherever it may be, and again using the supplied SCART cable). The Sender also has a kind of remote control 'IR extender' which sounds scary but is just a small little button-sized plastic thing that needs to sit in front of your Sky+ box so that when you take the Sky+ remote upstairs and start pressing buttons, it relays these to your Sky+ box downstairs to give you full access and all the functionality of your Sky+ box from the comfort of the other room. Both units have a little adjustable radio Antenna, but these don't usually need adjusting at all (mine didn't). The claimed range is up to 100m, but this'll vary depending on how your house is laid out and what it's made of. For my household it only needs to go approx. 40-50ft, through at least two walls, a staircase, and a floor (all brick/stone).Read more ›
It was also set up with a new TV I had never worked before as well. YOu just follow the very straight forward instructions, plug it in, choose a channel on the two boxes that works best and away you go. Transmitter plugs into the video scart on my Sky HD box and receiver plugs into the scart on my Sony TV.
I have found that you dont need to have the little flaps up on top of the transmit and receive boxes and if anything having them down helps reception. THe picture isnt perfect but what do you expect? Its a wireless signal off a £50 plastic box. The picture is fine for a second room. If I want the full HD works I will go to the sitting room and watch the main TV. For me this is a perfectly good solution to TV in the conservatory without having to pay £10 a month plus £60 set up for multi room. Very pleased.
I was never quite sure whether or not this Quose unit would do the job - until I hooked up and switched on - and it worked, straight out of the box!
Clearly, from reading the reviews, they do not work for every location but we appear to be with the vast majority, for whom it's a good, inexpensive means of distributing Sky programmes around the house.
I've given it 5 stars as it does a decent job and is good value - but that's not to say it's perfect. You have to accept that it's not QUITE as good a solution as a Sky Multiroom subscription for the following reasons:
1...picture quality is perfectly acceptable (especially the HD channels) on our 32" TV, at some 11ft (3m +) viewing distance - but not as good as the original - I'd say about 85 to 90% for us.
2...you can't have different Sky channels showing at the two locations at one time.
3...a second Sky remote is required unless you're happy to use just the one. Our old Sky (Digibox) remote didn't work initially (with the Sky+HD signal from our current box) but was successfully reprogrammed (Google "reprog. Sky remote control"). I do note that the blue button doesn't work though - but that might be a faulty button? (Edit; it IS a faulty button) A new remote is only £9.99 anyway.
4...some functions can't be operated via the Quose link - i.e. not recording etc., I understand.
The Quose is, however, better than a Sky Multiroom in that:
A...you don't need ANY new cabling/holes etc.
B...it's a lot cheaper! You only pay £50/£60 up front and that's it! (assuming it lasts longer than 6 months, of course!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These are... okay but they look very cheap which is annoying when they need to be on show in our lounge. The quality of picture isn't amazing either.Published 2 days ago by Freelance Sophie
This item is perfect for sending my Sky signal from the lounge to the TV in an upstairs bedroom. Worked straight out of the box. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
no problem setting up. works fine quite satisfied with the productPublished 9 days ago by Amazon Customer
Perfect picture and it's ideal if you have a spare Sky remote to change the channel.Published 12 days ago by MacDonald Edwards
I sent these back as the reception from my front room to the room next door was awful. I ended up buying a Firestick.Published 14 days ago by Krystal
Next day delivery for prime members, with fast shipping! Product is well built, however occasionally the picture suffers, but reflected in the price! Read morePublished 18 days ago by ZackJReviews
Had previously tried nikkai wireless transmitter from Maplin. Whilst pictures was good ir function didn't work even on two separate boxes so buying this I was sceptical as it was a... Read morePublished 26 days ago by Amazon Customer
I'm not techy at all was really worried buying this product that it wasn't going to work & would be hard to set up - received it today, followed easy quite start up, worked... Read morePublished 29 days ago by beenie