Sky Digital in Two Rooms

nickhills1

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Morning All...

I am new to the forum and am looking for real advice from the experts.

Have just had Sky Digital installed with a Thomson box, and want to watch it in two seperate rooms in the house without having to trail wiring
all around the place..

Are there any "preffered" wireless systems which i can use to transmit
the signal from my Digibox upstairs to a second TV??

Thanks in advance Guys and Gals

Nick
 

rolfw

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Don't know about experts Nick, but I'll make a suggestion. :) Try the Skyfunk, you can get it from www.sateuropa.co.uk I've used several on installations and found them to be very reliable.
 

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Well yes Turny, but to be more precise, an Ex is a something that used to be and pert is saucy. :D
 
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