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Terk LF30S Wireless 2.4 GHz Wireless A/V Entertainment Expansion System
The transmit unit side of the system. Does it attach to the TV or cable box output? If TV what if the TV does not have one? Maybe I am confused.
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Date published: 2015-01-05
This is a good solution to my installation problem. However I will need additional receivers, but cannot find then listed for sle anywhere. Where can I get additional receivers and approximately what is the coat??
Unfortunately we do not have additional receivers available for this system. If they are available separately, you will have to contact Terk directly.
Date published: 2014-08-26
can't change channels from adjacent room though sound and picture fine. why
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Date published: 2014-04-30
Will this unit send a signal from the dish antenna coming in to a receiver and tv in another room?
The Terk LF30S transmitter will accept a composite video signal and analog left and right audio channels and transmit them to the Terk receiver in another room. The Terk receiver will need to connect to the TV, not another Dish receiver unless the receiver has an Aux Video and Audio input.The Terk transmitter can only get its signal from the composite output of the Dish receiver, not directly from the Dish antenna. The Dish receiver and its outdoor antenna work together to receive and convert the ~12Ghz satellite signal to a viewable A/V signal. Neither can work without the other.Note: This unit is limited to composite video quality so don't expect 720 or 1080 picture quality (DVD quality possible#. Also, if you live in an area with a high 2.4Ghz usage #WIFI) it may not work properly. These problems can arise where there is high housing density such as apartments or condos.
Date published: 2012-04-07