How to Connect a Qose Wireless Video Sender to My Sky Plus Box

Updated February 21, 2017

Using a wireless video sender is an excellent way of maximising the convenience of your home entertainment centre. Connect an audio/video component device such as a DVD player, video game system, or a cable converter boxlike those used by Sky cable service--to a wireless video sender, and the sender broadcasts a wireless signal to your TV, eliminating the need for a connection from the component device directly to the TV. You could therefore have a cable box on one end of the room connected to the wireless video sender and be watching the feed from the cable box on a TV across the room without need for any cables. The wireless video sender could not be simpler to connect to your Sky Plus cable box.

Examine the back panel of your Sky Plus Box to see what audio/video connections are available for you to use. For instance, many Qose Wireless Video senders only feature S-Video ports. Therefore, if your Sky Plus box does not feature an S-Video output port, you will need to either upgrade your receiver to one that does support S-video connections or purchase a different Wireless Video Sender that has the same audio/video connections as your Sky Plus Box.

Connect the audio/video connection cable from the output ports on the Sky Plus box to the input port on the Wireless Video Sender.

Power on the Sky Plus box to test the wireless connection. If you see a picture, you have successfully connected the Wireless Video Transmitter to your Sky Plus Box.

Things You'll Need

  • Audio/video connection cable or cables
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Eoghan McCloskey is a technical support representative and part-time musician who holds Bachelor of Arts degrees in English and political science from Texas State University. While at Texas State, McCloskey worked as a writing tutor at the Texas State Writing Center, proofreading and editing everything from freshman book reports to graduate theses.