Question about Televison & Video
Generally speaking there are no transmitters of any kind on or in a TV, flat panel or cathode ray tube. Even the units that one might see in a Century Link ad for the wireless set top units have a box that plugs into the TV. Same for Wii. Basically there is no need for the TV to have a transmitter because there is nothing for it to transmit to. TVs have always been designed to receive commands from an end user and display the selected input. Even those who suspect some secret conspiracy. would have to have their spy type transmitter installed while the unsuspecting were out, mostly because whoever is spying would be the only one to know what frequency to transmitt on. So, no transmitters. Hope this helped. Dan
Posted on Nov 28, 2014
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