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Wireless VGA to TV converter for professional presentations, computer gaming, internet videos, and more on your TV.
Simply connect the sender unit to the VGA and audio ports on any laptop, desktop, video game console, or any other VGA source with the supplied cable. The sender converts the signal from VGA to the signal your TV uses and sends both the video and audio signals wirelessly up to around 75-100 feet line of sight. The transmitter unit is equipped with composite outputs. Simply connect your TV to the receiver unit using the included cables (composite video/audio).
The unit also functions as a wired VGA to converter box. There are composite, S-video, and RGB out ports on the sender unit as well.
Sewell PC to TV
|STANDARD DEFINITION||HIGH DEFINITION|
|Product:||TVdeckVGA to RCA||PC to TVWireless||PC to HDTVVGA to RCA||HammerheadVGA to HDMI||MantaVGA to HDMI||HDdeckUSB to HDMI|
|AudioSupport?||YES||YES||Requires Cable(Included)||Requires Cable(Included)||YES||YES|
|Can Still UseCurrent Monitor?||YES||YES||YES||NO||NO||YES|
|SpecialFeatures||All in one cable for clean & easy setup||Also allows for local RCA or S-Video connection||Small in-line converter||Small size||USB Connection does not tie up existing video connection|
Here is a quick video on how to correctly set up the Wireless PC to TV unit:
Note: Not reccommended for text based applications such as email or web browsing, however if neccessary the manufacturer recommends at least a 14 point font
This device uses the 2.4Ghz frequency, which can also be used by Wireless internet, cordless phones, remote controlled electronics and other wireless devices. To help you avoid interference, you can select from 4 channels on the SW-28760, but in some cases there may not be enough available bandwidth to get a clear signal. In those cases we recommend looking at our wide range of wired PC to TV converters like the SW-23000.
Mfg. Part Number
- Ultimate Wireless converter/ transmitter
- Ultimate Wireless receiver
- Composite + stereo audio cable
- Composite video cable
- S-video cable
- PC audio cable
- VGA pass-through cable
- 2 wall-mountable power adapters
- User's Manual
- VGA Female input port
- VGA Female output port (for simultaneous TV/Monitor viewing)
- Composite RCA output (Video/Audio)
- S-Video output (wired only, not on wireless receiver)
- RGB RCA output (wired only, not on wireless receiver)
- 2.4 GHz wireless transmission of video and stereo audio (stereo transmission requires stereo soundcard)
- ISM Band range of 2414 ~ 2468 GHz
- Four selectable channels
- Typical operating range of 75 - 100 feet (line of sight)
- Supports resolutions up to 1280x1024 (NTSC or PAL)
- No software required for conversion
- Scaleable horizontal and vertical sizing
- Menu controls for Brightness, Contrast, Hue, Saturation, Sharpness, and Flicker
- Area Zoom function allows areas of the screen to be enlarged for special emphasis
- Supports NTSC, NTSC-EAIJ, PAL-N, PAL-M, PAL-combination-N and SECAM (via RGB out)
- 480i Output
- IBM PC Compatible, 286 or faster with VGA display card or Apple iMac (includes DV) with VGA port
- Television (or other video display device) with Composite Video -OR- S-Video (S-VHS) and RCA audio inputs
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I have a single PC that I would like the screen to appear on 6 different monitors via a wireless solution...... is this something that would work in that senerio?
I have tested them easily runring at least 2 monitors(purchasing the extra reciever separate), You can run basically as many as you want with this, but you should also remember to remain within the distance requirements with each screen. (within 50 feet if you are going through a wall, and within 100 feet if it is within line of site). The receiver you will need is the Extra Receiver . You will need one of these for every additional TV.
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Will this work with a MacBook?
Your MacBook probably only has the mini DisplayPort as far as connections for external displays go. However, that doesn't mean this won't work, you just need the mini DisplayPort to VGA adapter that Apple makes for their MacBook lines, or something like this: http://sewelldirect.com/Mini-Displayport-to-VGA-Adapter.asp
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