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Topic # 26445 23-Sep-2008 09:36
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Does my sky HD work for a multi room setup. Its not a wireless setup, but I'm not sure if it will work?

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  Reply # 166486 23-Sep-2008 12:02
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yes it does. sky provide a modulator to enable you to distribute the signal via RF. Not in HD of course.

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  Reply # 166725 24-Sep-2008 12:50
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Are they providing the rf modulator now?  My father in law is still going through hoops to get this from them  (based upon feedback posted in the main HDi thread), however lots of excuses that they do not provide it, they will provide but do not have any in stock for next 2mths, will provide but waiting until they can source a cheaper unit.  Still no modulator and existing wired RF links to rooms are not working for last 2mths

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 166727 24-Sep-2008 12:57
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MattD: Are they providing the rf modulator now?  My father in law is still going through hoops to get this from them  (based upon feedback posted in the main HDi thread), however lots of excuses that they do not provide it, they will provide but do not have any in stock for next 2mths, will provide but waiting until they can source a cheaper unit.  Still no modulator and existing wired RF links to rooms are not working for last 2mths


yea is crap isn't it. They don't know when but sometime. Options are buy one from Jaycar for 60.00 or use a VCR to convert Video out to RF. Thats what I've ended up doing temporarily ( I hope).

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