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    Sky tv connection-help please

    This is a discussion on Sky tv connection-help please within the Sky & Sky+ TV forums, part of the Other Sky help and support category; I live in a flat and have a communal aerial for my sky tv (basic package). My tv is situated ...

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      Sky tv connection-help please

      I live in a flat and have a communal aerial for my sky tv (basic package).

      My tv is situated at the opposite sde of the room from my aerial connection, meaning the wire runs right round my lounge.

      Probably a totally dumb question but is there any such thing as a wireless connection which could be plugged into the aerial socket and transmit to my tv without the use of co-ax running between socket and tv.

      thanks in advance for any help given.


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      Re: Sky tv connection-help please

      There are devices which will do something like what you are asking, but not to extend the Satellite signal from the coax lead.

      An AV sender could be connected to the Scart socket output from the Sky STB. The receiver could then be connected to your TV.

      The result would be that your Sky STB would be behind you though, making it a little trying when you change channel.

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