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Electronics S-video + audio over wifi

Discussion in 'Modding' started by Fusen, 3 May 2004.

  1. Fusen

    Fusen New Member

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    not really sure if this should go in this section the audio section or the modding section butttt


    I want to stream what I'm watching on my main pc on the TV in the living room which would require about a 50' cable

    I do NOT want a HTPC as I want to watch demo's of games on the tV and doing so would mean I would have to install the game on the HTPC then play the demo, what I want is to have a s-video cable running to a small box which would talk to the box by my tv which is then plugged into my TV so basically a s-video and audio cable but instead of having a huge cable all around my house have it wireless... is this possible? is there anything out at the moment? also again I cant just use a media player that will let you watch movies and photos from your pc over wifi as they have there own browser where you select the file, I want to watch exactly what I'm doing on my pc on the tv but without the massive cable

    if a mod thinks this is in the wrong section then just move it =]
     
  2. nleahcim

    nleahcim New Member

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    I think you'd be much better off with a simple audio/video transmitter/reciever pair - instead of having to deal with the whole mess of converting from analog to digital then from digital to analog.
     
  3. wharrad

    wharrad New Member

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    Aye, I don't think the cheapest way is to convert all of that and find a way to intergrate it.

    Maybe this will do the job?
     
  4. Fusen

    Fusen New Member

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    =O thanks thats exactly what I want =D
     

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