According to AITech International Corporation, an industry leader in the development and delivery of PC-to-TV scan conversion technology, you can "...connect your desktop, laptop, or Media Center PC to a TV located up to 100 feet away in your home, school or office environment using a wireless PC-to-TV converter." Setting up a wireless TV using a wireless PC-to-TV converter gives you the benefit of displaying your PC's VGA video and audio to a TV without using unsightly connecting cables. (See Reference 1.)
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Things you need
- TV wireless transmitter
- TV wireless receiver
- VGA bypass cable
- 2 MD6M to RCAM A/V cables
- 2 AC power adaptors
- 75 Ohm load terminator
Connect your notebook's or PC's VGA to the transmitter's VGA. The VGA (Video Graphics Array) is the standard monitor or display interface used in most PCs. Use the T-shaped VGA bypass cable if you are using AITech's ProPC/TV Wireless PC-to-TV digital scan converter system. (See References 2 & 4.)
Connect your PC's audio output to the transmitter's Audio/Video input. Use an A/V cable and DC3.5 audio cable.Your video output device will be the A/V source.
Connect the transmitter to a power supply. Plug an AC power adaptor into the transmitter and wall electrical power outlet.
Connect the TV wireless receiver to your television. Connect the colour-coded A/V connectors to the Video-In and Audio-In jacks on your TV. Plug the yellow A/V connector to the Video-In jack, the red A/V connector to the Audio right jack and the white A/V connector to the Audio left jack. (See Reference 2.)
Connect an AC Adapter to the wireless receiver.
Plug the AC power adaptor to a wall electrical socket.
Adjust the TV switches on the receiver and transmitter to point to one channel. Turn one of the TV channel switches on the receiver to "On" and the other channel switches to "Off." Repeat the procedure on the transmitter. Ensure you have the same channel selection on both transmitter and receiver. (See Reference 2.)
Set the transmitter to the TV format used in your country. Adjust the NTSC/PAL switch on the transmitter to NTSC if you are in the United States.
Adjust the transmitter AV-VGA switch to the correct position, depending on the television source you are using. Set it to VGA when connecting a TV wireless receiver from a PC and AV when connecting a TV wireless receiver from a VCR/DVD player or other video output device. (See Reference 2.)
Turn on the power switch on your PC, TV, wireless receiver and transmitter.
Adjust your TV's settings to receive external video signal from the ProPC/TV Wireless converter. Switch to Video, Video-1, Video-2, AUX or Input, depending on the model of your television. Use your TV's remote control or the buttons on the front of your TV to make the switch and receive wireless TV. Refer to your TV's user manual for detailed instruction on how to set your television correctly to receive external videos. (See Reference 2.)
Tips and warnings
- Attach a 75 Ohm load terminator to the pass-through connector if you are connecting from your laptop to protect from system overload. The load terminator usually comes with the wireless PC-to-TV converter kit. (See Reference 2.)
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