i did use audio/video transmitter/receiver (also with integrated IR receiver 'n stuff).
it worked well until i switched from LAN to WLAN.
these transmitter operate at the same frequency as WLAN (2.4 ghz). my transmitter/receiver have a switch where i can choose between 4 channels. channel 2 to 4, the reception was perfect, but any WLAN device lost connection immediatly.
when i selected channel 1, WLAN worked but the reception of audio/video was very bad (and every couple of minutes (or so) a short disturbance occured).
when i shut down every WLAN device in my home the reception was perfect.
so.. if you (or your neighbour) are using WLAN this audio/video transmitters will most certainly not be satisfying.
Last edited by betlit; 2005-05-27 at 09:44 AM.
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