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A device that carries video signals from one location to another, usually wirelessly. for example, from one room in your house to another

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Chris Millett I want to know. If I want to turn a 4 meter handheld two way radio into a vhf tv transmitter, can I use radio shack's tv modulator?


It can't be done. You can't turn an audio receiver / transmitter into a video transmitter. Give your head a shake!

Plus if you want to transmit anything especially video over air, you have to be fully licensed and registered.

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Using a video transmitter to extend your cable network to another TV in the...


When I first purchased a cable plan I only had one TV in my house and it seemed like a waste to get multiple cable boxes for TV that I had not yet purchased. When the prices came down on TVs I decided that it was time to get a set to go in my bedroom upstairs but I didn't have a cable box to connect to the set.

I could have gone out and spent a $100+ on a new bulky cable box that is not really all that pretty or I could get a video transmitter that will extend my signal to the upstairs TV set for around $50. Even though it takes a little bit of set up the results are great, I can even use the one remote on both television sets.

To set up your video transmitter first you have to take the transmitter and receivers out of the box and make sure that they are both set to the same channel. This will ensure that they will read each other. Then you take the cables that came with the transmitters and connect them to the back of the cable box, matching up the yellow, red and white cables to each other. Position the transmitter box so that it is lined up with the signal transmitter of the cable box.

Then you want to go upstairs to the second TV and connect the receiver to the back of the television set the same way that you connected the transmitter to the cable box. Take the remote from the set downstairs and it should have extended the connection of the cable box to both TV sets. Now you are able to control the cable box from upstairs and watch your stations on both TVs.

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The FM function starts off great but loses reception after a couple of minutes and now the AM function has so much static you can not hear


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Do video transmitters have a use other than transmitting video from one tv to another?


yes, they can be very useful in setting up a home security system because they can transmit the video from the camera to a TV or computer.

Sep 08, 2013 | Televison & Video

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How do video transmitters work?


A transmitter works by turning the audio/video device it is connected to into a audio and video signal broadcaster. So that when a receiver is connected to another device within range of the transmitter it will be able to pick up the signal from the transmitter and play on this second device. Say you have a TV in the family room and one in your bedroom, if you connect a transmitter to the one in the family room and a receiver to the one in the bedroom they will both be able to receive the same transmission.

Sep 08, 2013 | Televison & Video

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Are video transmitters expensive?


There are a lot of different models of video transmitters that can start in the $30 range and go all the way up to the hundreds. ebay is your best bet for a decent priced one. http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_nkw=video+transmitters&_sacat=0&_from=R40

Sep 08, 2013 | Televison & Video

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Do i need a different transmitter for every receiver in my house?


no, you can use multiple receivers with the same transmitter

Jan 16, 2013 | Televison & Video

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Ps3 can't pick up second guitar do i need twowith


connect both transmitters .turn on both guitars hit the button on transmitter then hit PS bitton on each guitar

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USB Wireless transmitter


the wireless transmitter use the same frequency as your wireless network and there should b a conflict. there is a way to change the frequency on the usb transmitter. once you do that, you should be ok.

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Wireless headphones


If you're handy, you could rig up a wireless solution to this. The problem is that you have two screens, each presumably playing a different movie. If you purchased an off-the-shelf wireless transmitter accessory, you could connect it to one of the screens. But then if you purchased a second wireless transmitter accessory, and connected it to another screen, you would need to make sure both wireless transmitters were operating on different frequencies, so that each person could wear a different pair of headphones and listen to their own movie. Hopefully this makes sense. You could use either an FM Modulator to do this, or an Infrared Audio (IR) transmitter... Remember, these units aren't like factory installed headrest systems; they don't have the wireless audio transmitter already built-in, so you can't just buy wireless headphones and listen to them.

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