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Troubleshooting
• If your house has a heavy metal construction
or is equipped with a PC network, it can
disturb the radio signal. Even moving
the units a few inches can improve the
performance. If this doesn’t work try to
move the TRANSMITTER and RECEIVER to
another place in the house. If you experience
problems, try placing the units away from
electrical appliances.
• If you are still experiencing interference you
can try changing the wireless channel.
The channel switches are located in the base
of the transmitter and receiver. These both
have 4 settings 1-4, you can try all 4 settings
but always make sure that both transmitter
and receiver are set to the same number
setting.
• If the picture on your second TV is not
correct, select “EXT” or “AV” on second TV,
and make sure that the video source is
switched on.
WIRELESS AV SYSTEM
• If you cannot control the video source from your second TV when using a remote control, reposition the IR Eye on the video source.
If you are having difficulty locating the IR
sensor window use the remote control to
help locate it. On some AV equipment the
sensor will flash when the remote control is
in use. Alternatively if the remote is
positioned touching the fascia and the
remote is switched on and off repeatedly
while it is being moved across the fascia it is
usually possible to narrow down the position
of the sensor window.
• If your S-VHS video shows no colour pictures (only black and white), select CVBS video
output format for your S-VHS VCR.
• If your AV source gives no pictures on either main or second TV, select CVBS video output format for your DVD player (check the DVD player’s user manual).
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USER GUIDE
Philex Customer Careline 08457 573479
Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase of the Philex
AV Wireless AV System. This product has been
designed to allow an audio/video signal from
equipment such as DVD players, Digital TV
receivers, Satellite Receivers and VCRs to be both
watched and controlled in a different room without the need for runs of cable or DIY!
The receiver can work within 30 metres of the
transmitter depending on the building structure
and has a built-in remote control sender allowing
you to control your equipment from a different
Before attempting to install the system, please
read through the instructions carefully ensuring
you understand the procedure and have all items
necessary.
Parts supplied with the sender system
• If the picture on your second TV is not
Receiver
correct or there is no signal check the
channel switches located in the base of the
transmitter and receiver. These both have 4
settings 1 - 4, make sure that both are set to
the same number setting.
room. In the unlikely case of interference from
another wireless AV system nearby, you can
choose between four alternative operating
frequencies.
Transmitter
The transmiiter
and receiver can
be identified by
the label on the
rear panel
For further information or any queries please contact our
Customer Careline: 0901 293 0038
Calls are charged at £1 per minute from a BT landline.
Call charges from other networks may vary
Technical Support: http://technical.philex.com
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Fig. 2 -Transmitter Connections Main Room
Getting the best reception
• Both the AV transmitter and receiver units
should be placed on flat, stable surfaces.
• Minimise the number of obstacles between the AV transmitter and receiver.
MAIN TV
• Ensure that both transmitter and receiver are stood upright. Sound/picture quality may be improved slightly by adjusting the direction of
the units.
Setting up your Transmitter and Receiver
THE WIRELESS AV SENDER IS FITTED WITH
INTEGRATED CONNECTORS FOR YOUR
CONVENIENCE.
1)Plug the integrated SCART cable from the back
of the RECEIVER into the SCART input on the
television located in the receiving room - eg
Kitchen or bedroom. (See Fig. 1)
8) Position
one of the infra red eyes on the infra
red extender lead in front of the infra red sensor
window of your AV source equipment (satellite
receiver or VCR or DVD). The infra red sensor
window on some satellite receivers is marked by
this symbol . Make sure the curved surface of
the infra red eye is facing the sensor window as
shown in Fig. 3 and (For further tips on locating
the infra red sensor window see troubleshooting
section).
3) Connect one of the power adaptors to the
9v DC input at the rear of the RECEIVER as shown
in Fig. 1. Plug the power adaptor into a mains
socket and turn on the power switch on the
Receiver and mains socket.
10) Connect the remaining power adaptor to the
9v DC input at the rear of the Transmitter as
shown in Fig. 2. Plug the power adaptor into a
mains socket and turn on the power switch on
the Transmitter.
CONNECTING THE TRANSMITTER
(Main viewing room, eg Lounge)
10) On the base of both the transmitter and reeiver
is a channel selector. Ensure that the same
channel is set to ON on both the transmitter and
reveiver.
CONNECTING THE RECEIVER
(Kitchen / Bedroom etc)
5) Plug the integrated SCART THRU cable from the
back of the TRANSMITTER to the SCART output
socket on your AV source equipment (satellite
receiver or VCR or DVD).
6) Connect a SCART cable (not supplied) from the
SCART-THRU cable to the SCART input on your
television . (See Fig. 2)
11)Select an appropriate AV channel on the
receiving TV. The TV should now show whatever
signal the transmitter is sending and if the infra
red eye is properly positioned you will be able
to control the AV source by pointing the correct
remote control at the AV receiver.
7) Plug the Infra Red extender cable into the infra
red socket on the Transmitter as shown inRECEIVER
Fig. 2.
TRANSMITTER
UNIT
MAINS
PSU
SCART INPUT
IR
To AV Source
SAT, DVD, DVBT etc
DC 9V
SCART OUTPUT
OFF
ON
TRANSMITTER
Integrated
SCART-thru plug
Existing SCART
Connection
Fig. 3 -Positioning the Infra Red Eye
SECOND TV
UNIT
Fig. 1 - Receiver Connections Room 2
1
2
3
4
MAINS
PSU
SCART INPUT
A/V OUT
Make sure the curved surface of the infra
red eye is facing the sensor window
DC 8V
SCART OUTPUT Cable
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