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The wireless link uses standard SCART and cinch plugs that are used by almost every brand of audio/video device. If your device has one of these standard connectors it will work with the wireless link
The easy way to switch between any two devices without having to reconfigure your entire home cinema set-up. The wireless TV link has two separate inputs, each with its own SCART connector, enabling you to connect two A/V source devices at the same time.
Extend your possibilities for viewing movies, sports events, live performances and a range of TV channels anywhere in your home. The wireless TV link is suitable for transmission of AV content of all brands of PayTV and Pay-per-View decoders, satellite receivers, set-top boxes, DVD players, VCRs and camcorders.
The wireless link uses standard SCART and cinch plugs that are used by almost every brand of audio/video device.
If you store your audio/video devices in a cabinet, you cannot operate these devices with a normal IR remote control. The Philips wireless remote control link allows you to operate these devices when the cabinet doors are closed thanks to an RF-based link that picks up the infrared signals of a remote control and translates them into RF. The receiver unit then translates them back to IR.
There's no need to swap cables at the transmitter to view any video device on the second TV. Simple press the input selection button to switch from input device.
A 2.4 GHz wireless link between the receiver and transmitter means you don't have to lay cables or drill holes through walls.
There's no need to buy or rent duplicate A/V equipment. The wireless RF system extends your possibilities for viewing DVD movies and your favourite Satellite or TV channels anywhere in your home. With a range of up to 30 metres inside the house, it delivers high-quality video and stereo audio no matter where your second TV is located.