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Topic # 84384 30-May-2011 07:29
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I have a One for All Video sender attached to my Myski decoder in living room and the One for All reciever in the bedroom with the leads attached to a video input connection on the bedroom tv. Picture is fine, however i do have interference on the picture with 3 lines going across the screen in the bedroom... any ideas to why??

Cheers Iain 

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  Reply # 475649 30-May-2011 08:23
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 Just noticed my spelling of Myski.. apologises, should have been Mysky of course,, bad start to the day.

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  Reply # 475769 30-May-2011 14:28
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Sounds like interference. 
Do you have a Wifi Router in your home? If so, on what Ghz range?

Likelihood is both your AV Sender/Receiver and WIFI are operating on 2.4Ghz.
Log into your router and try change the signal to a different range, otherwise purchase a different range wifi router.

Cordless phones can also cause this, though most operate safely on 1.8Ghz, away from the 2.4ghz of AV Senders.

Check the specifications of your AV transmitter, and match it up against other wireless devices in your household.


 Edit:  Easy method is isolation.  Unplug random devices around your home to isolate the cause.


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  Reply # 476204 31-May-2011 13:47
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I have a Panasonic cordless phone which stuffs the signal from the (2nd hand) Video sender I tried to use, its in the 2.4ghz range, changing the 'channels' didnt help.

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  Reply # 476229 31-May-2011 14:37
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Found the problem, it is indeed the Panasonic cordless phone, bith the phone and the sender are on the same wave lenght 2.4 ghz... buggar.

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  Reply # 478886 8-Jun-2011 10:42
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If i upgrade my phone with the uniden DECT 1035 together with an extra handset, will this help with the 2.4ghz Video sender's picture quailty.

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