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  Reply # 68500 26-Apr-2007 00:40
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lol, its 6 years old.

I will probably opt for a 5.8 this time around. Does DSE have any?





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  Reply # 68502 26-Apr-2007 00:50
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Oh bummer.. :(  Just had a quick look, from what I see they only stock giga air 2.4ghz video senders.




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  Reply # 68505 26-Apr-2007 01:09
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Thought just occured to me, check you are using the correct ac adaptors to run them on. I had screwey happenings when I used an incorrect one - 9 instead of 12v I think.




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  Reply # 68507 26-Apr-2007 06:56
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richms: Thought just occured to me, check you are using the correct ac adaptors to run them on. I had screwey happenings when I used an incorrect one - 9 instead of 12v I think.


Now that you mention this, I did buy this in the UK. The adaptors for it run at 240v.





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  Reply # 68867 29-Apr-2007 21:41
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Sky is really hard to get wireless accessories to work on. We have a remote extender for MySky because we have the Sky box hidden behind the wall because we have a plasma on the wall, and the remote extender is really crap. Just by moving it a few degrees, you lose the IR signal to the Sky box so the remote is hard to use.

You can't even programme a universal remote to work with MySky, even when it is pointed directly at MySky's IR receiver.




Can't beat the burble of that American V8. Ohh yea!

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