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wschemel

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OLEVIA LT20HVK and wireless video
« on: March 16, 2006, 07:43:01 PM »

I am attempting to send video from one room (right above me) to the lower room that does not have a cable connection.
I have an OLEVIA LCD TV with AV1/AV2/composite/and cable inputs.

I have the wireless video sender attached to a cable box and I know it sends ok since I tested it and the receiver on other TVs.

I can plug a cable coax directly into the TV and get cable.

I dont seem to get any kind of signal from the receiver when I attach it to the TV though.

Tried AV1, 2 and tried a coax cable from the receiver to the TV.  Nothing.

Anyone have any other suggestions/answers?

Thanks in advance.
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KDEinHouston

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Re: OLEVIA LT20HVK and wireless video
« Reply #1 on: July 02, 2006, 06:16:36 PM »

Maybe floors are thicker than walls i.e. too much signal attenuation.
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tom j

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Re: OLEVIA LT20HVK and wireless video
« Reply #2 on: July 14, 2006, 05:59:19 PM »

I am attempting to send video from one room (right above me) to the lower room that does not have a cable connection.
I have an OLEVIA LCD TV with AV1/AV2/composite/and cable inputs.

I have the wireless video sender attached to a cable box and I know it sends ok since I tested it and the receiver on other TVs.

I can plug a cable coax directly into the TV and get cable.

I dont seem to get any kind of signal from the receiver when I attach it to the TV though.

Tried AV1, 2 and tried a coax cable from the receiver to the TV.  Nothing.

Anyone have any other suggestions/answers?

Thanks in advance.

Seems like I saw somewhere that there was a problem with the coax connection on this thing say why don't you try a search and see what you turn up. I would really be interested in how this is resolved because I was thinking about getting one of these. Why don't you try the RCA jacks I think that what I read you had to do.

Tcj
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