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Great little system for decent quality 5.8Ghz Wireless AV.
on June 6, 2015
I was amazed at the picture quality compared to the older RF-LINK 5.8Ghz that had a lot of interference and was grainy. Simple setup almost plug and play for me in low interference area.
There are a few artifacts, but nothing anymore drastic then using the analog channel 3-4 TV output over coax. Sometimes the color shifts a little and there is some interference. By far this is the best AV sender sets I've owned. The power cords aren't very long. It has very poor documentation. It doesn't include frequency list for the switches (this is important if you use other 5.8Ghz Wifi etc.) The antenna are not user replaceable like the older screw on f-committer models. These are fixed to the devices.
I set all the switches to up position plugged it into my Dish DVR ViP 612 output for the transmitter and hooked up 3 more TV's in the house so we could all watch the same shows. It's simple to setup as plug and play. Just set the switches on all the devices to the same positions with either one being down/up or all down or up, The last AV sender wasn't capable of sending a decent signal so I opted to use a the analog channel 3-4 output on the receiver. Like I said these aren't perfect but they get the job done enough for the economy price. Simply put, unless you want studio quality perfection or have a lot of local noise they should be more then enough for 50 feet.
EDIT: I saw this video on Youtube about them https://youtu.be/T5bN49If_tg
If you're wanting a simple solution to send composite AV signals (not the best anyway) to one or more TVs this is a good enough solution. If you want crystal clear HDMI like video look elsewhere, get a splitters and extenders. Keep in mind though that do to the way HDMI DRM works it's hard to split signals legally because the HDMI copy protects some signal outputs.