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Old 12-10-2008, 11:40 PM   #11
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That's absolutely hilarious. I'm just speechless about the x10 site.

OP, I've had some experience with wireless A/V transmitters and its not good. On a consumer level they just aren't good enough audio or video quality for my taste. I've had lots of interference with the ones I've used and its just not worth the $100 or so you spend on it. That was several years ago but I don't think the technology on the lower end models has really changed that much.


I just priced a wireless security system for work that included a DVR and 8 or so 802.11 cameras and it was around 6-7k. It was nice because you could access the DVR through the internet but hardly worth the money for my application. The tech I talked to strongly recommended against the wireless because he had had so many problems with it over short distances.

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Old 10-09-2010, 02:34 AM   #12
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Sorry for your pain experience, Hope you will overcome these difficulty!
Just come across this site fmheroes.com, all kinds of fm transmitter there, you can go and have a reference. I am not proficient in this area, but still hope I helped!

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Old 10-09-2010, 10:34 AM   #13
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OP, I've had some experience with wireless A/V transmitters and its not good. On a consumer level they just aren't good enough audio or video quality . . .
Ended up running a HDMI cable for HD quality audio and video, but still use the IR remote to chance the stations.









Robbi. Nice thread revival and nice first post on a beer forum.
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Old 10-09-2010, 10:04 PM   #14
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Yeah, I hate Comcast. Their internet is AWESOME - BUT our bill fluctuates and continues to get bigger and bigger despite the fact that we have very limited channel selection. It is nice getting 1 bill.

Can't get Uverse of Verizon Fios (which is awesome). Wouldn't mind a dishnetwork but we plan on moving. Although the more I think about it - the more I want to get it.

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