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Q: Can I use the Wireless Cable TV with my satellite receiver system?
A: Yes. Just connect the composite video (yellow RCA jack) output from your satellite receiver to the composite video input on our transmitter and it will send the channel that your satellite box is tuned to wirelessly to the remote TV. You take your satellite box's remote control to the remote TV to change the channel. Both the TV at the satellite box and the remote TV will be on the same channel.

Q: Does it work with all brands of cable and satellite receivers?
A: Yes. It will work with any satellite and cable box company and all models of receiver boxes.

Q: Do I need to have a cable box for it to work?  What if I have digital cable?
A: No, if you have analog cable, no cable box is needed. Just connect the coax cable from the wall directly to the transmitter. If you have digital cable you will need to connect the transmitter to the composite video output (yellow, red and white RCA connectors) of your digital cable box.

Problem:  I don't see any image on my TV
Solution:  Be sure to make all of the connections as described in the User Manual.  Re-check them.  Make sure that the power light on the Transmitter and Receiver are ON.  Make sure that both units are on the same RF Channel.  Make sure that if you connected a coax cable to the Transmitter that both units are set to "TV".  The TV/AV light at the top of both units should be lit.  If you are using the A/V inputs on the Transmitter, the TV/AV light should be OFF.  Make sure that your TVs input setting is correct to see the signal from the Receiver - Ch3 if connecting with the coax cable, AUX, Video, etc if connecting with the A/V cables.

Problem:  I can't change channels, or , I only see one channel on my TV (when using the coax cable input)
Solution:  First, make sure the telescopic antennas on top of the Transmitter and Receiver are raised (about 4 inches)

Second, after checking all of your connections, aim the remote at the Receiver and press MENU.  Make sure that CATV is selected.  Press OK on the remote, then press SCAN.  Your cable input will be scanned for all available channels.  When scanning is done you can now change channels.  If you have the Transmitter connected to the A/V output (yellow, red and white RCA connectors) on your cable box, you will use your cable box's remote control to change channels.  Please see the information below about setting up the Remote IR Extender. 

Problem:  I see a screen that says "AngelTrax No Signal AV" or "AngelTrax No Signal TV" on my TV
Solution:  You may have the TV/AV selection wrong.
When the screen says "Angeltrax no signal AV" the transmitter is sending the signal connected to its yellow, red and white RCA inputs. If there is no signal going into the transmitter via the RCA inputs you will see this message.

When the screen says "Angeltrax no signal TV" the transmitter is sending the signal connected to its coax cable input. If there is no signal going into the transmitter via the coax cable input you will see this message.

Be sure to have both transmitter and receiver set to either TV or AV depending on the connection you have going into the transmitter. For example: If you have a coax cable connected to the transmitter, press the TV/AV button at the top of the transmitter and receiver so that the TV/AV light is ON. Having this setting wrong for the transmitter input you are using causes the AngelTrax No Signal TV or AV message.

Problem:  I see interference or hear static on my TV
Solution:  Other devices in your area may operate on the same 2.4 GHz frequencies as the Wireless Cable TV.  These devices can include cordless phones, wireless computer networking equipment, baby monitors, wireless security systems and microwave ovens.  These devices can cause interference to the video and audio signal.  The Wireless Cable TV is equipped with 4 selectable channels so you can find the clearest channel in your area.  If you experience interference, try each of the 4 channels until you find one that has no interference.  To select RF channels, use the buttons on the front of the Transmitter and Receiver, or use the RF button on the remote control to select RF1, RF2, RF3 or RF4.  The RF lights on the Transmitter and Receiver must be set to the same channel.

Problem:  I have digital cable or digital FIOS service
Solution:  The Wireless Cable TV has an analog tuner, which means you won't be able to connect the coax cable from the cable company or the digital cable box directly to the Wireless Cable TV.  Instead, you will connect the RCA A/V cables (yellow, red and white) from the digital cable box to the A/V inputs on the transmitter.  This will send the channel the digital cable box is tuned to wirelessly to our receiver connected to your remote TV.  With the built-in IR Extender feature, you can use your digital cable box's remote control to change channels on the digital cable box while watching TV in another room.  You'll be able to watch all of your channels on the remote TV.  When using this method, both TVs will display the same channel.

Problem:  I have a satellite or dish antenna
Solution:  The Wireless Cable TV has an analog tuner, which means you won't be able to connect the coax cable from the satellite dish or satellite receiver directly to the Wireless Cable TV.  Instead, you will connect the RCA A/V cables (yellow, red and white) from the satellite receiver to the A/V inputs on the transmitter.  This will send the channel the satellite receiver is tuned to wirelessly to our receiver connected to your remote TV.  With the built-in IR extender feature, you can use your satellite receiver's remote control to change channels on the satellite receiver while watching TV in another room.  You'll be able to watch all of your channels on the remote TV.

Problem:  I have the transmitter connected to the RCA Video-Out jacks (yellow, red and white) on my cable/digital cable box and I don't see any image on my TV
Solution:  When using the RCA AV inputs on the Transmitter, make sure the TV/AV indicator light on the front panel of both the Transmitter and Receiver is OFF. 

Question: How do I use the Remote IR Extender?
Answer:
The IR Extender allows you to change channels on your cable or satellite box from the remote TV.
1. Raise antennas on Transmitter and Receiver.
2. Connect IR Extender cable to Transmitter.
3. Place end of IR Extender cable in front of the cable box or satellite receiver so that the two LED lights aim toward the front of the box. They need to aim into a specific spot on the front of the box where the IR signal enters.
4. Take the cable or satellite remote control to our receiver and aim it at the receiver to change channels. 
5. If the remote doesn't work, by trial and error method, reposition the IR Extender cable in different spots in front of the cable box or satellite receiver until you find the right spot where the remote signals can enter the front of the box.

Question: Does the Wireless Cable TV transmit in HD?
Answer:  No. The Wireless Cable TV transmits a standard definition television signal.  When connected to the RCA (yellow, red and white) connectors on a cable box, digital cable box, FIOS or satellite receiver, it does transmit all of your channels, even the HD channels, in a standard definition signal format.

 

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1. Question: Can I use the Wireless Cable TV with my satellite receiver system?
Answer: Yes. Just connect the composite video (yellow RCA jack) output from your satellite receiver to the composite video input on our transmitter and it will send the channel that your satellite box is tuned to wirelessly to the remote TV. You take your satellite box's remote control to the remote TV to change the channel. Both the TV at the satellite box and the remote TV will be on the same channel.

2. Question: Does it work with all brands of cable and satellite receivers?
Answer: Yes. It will work with any satellite and cable box company and all models of receiver boxes. Just connect the transmitter to the composite video output (yellow, red and white RCA connectors) of your satellite receiver box. The satellite receiver will tune in the channel and pass it along to the Wireless Cable TV transmitter to be transmitted to the room with our receiver. You will be able to watch the same channel that the satellite receiver is tuned to in both rooms. Both TVs will display the same channel.

3. Question: Do I need to have a cable box for it to work? What if I have digital cable?
Answer: If you have analog cable, no cable box is needed. Just connect the coax cable from the wall directly to the transmitter. This will let you watch all of your analog cable channels in the room with the receiver. If you have digital cable, you will need to connect the transmitter to the composite video output (yellow, red and white RCA connectors) of your digital cable box.

4. Question: How do I use the Remote IR Extender?
Answer: The IR Extender allows you to change channels on your cable or satellite box from the remote TV.
A. Raise antennas on Transmitter and Receiver.
B. Connect IR Extender cable to Transmitter.
C. Place end of IR Extender cable in front of the cable box or satellite receiver so that the two LED lights aim toward the front of the box. They need to aim into a specific spot on the front of the box where the IR signal enters.
D. Take the cable or satellite remote control to our receiver and aim it at the receiver to change channels.
E. If the remote doesn't work, by trial and error method, reposition the IR Extender cable in different spots in front of the cable box or satellite receiver until you find the right spot where the remote signals can enter the front of the box.

5. Question: Does the Wireless Cable TV transmit in HD?
Answer: No. The Wireless Cable TV transmits a standard definition television signal. When connected to the RCA (yellow, red and white) connectors on a cable box, digital cable box, FIOS or satellite receiver, it does transmit all of your channels, even the HD channels, in a standard definition signal format.

6. Problem: I don't see any image on my TV
Solution: Be sure to make all of the connections as described in the User Manual. Re-check them. Make sure that the power light on the Transmitter and Receiver are ON. Make sure that both units are on the same RF Channel. Make sure that if you connected a coax cable to the Transmitter that both units are set to "TV". The TV/AV light at the top of both units should be lit. If you are using the A/V inputs on the Transmitter, the TV/AV light should be OFF. Make sure that your TVs input setting is correct to see the signal from the Receiver - Ch3 if connecting with the coax cable, AUX, Video, etc if connecting with the A/V cables.

7. Problem: I can't change channels, or , I only see one channel on my TV (when using the coax cable input)
Solution: First, make sure the telescopic antennas on top of the Transmitter and Receiver are raised (about 4 inches)

Second, after checking all of your connections, aim the remote at the Receiver and press MENU. Make sure that CATV is selected. Press OK on the remote, then press SCAN. Your cable input will be scanned for all available channels. When scanning is done you can now change channels. If you have the Transmitter connected to the A/V output (yellow, red and white RCA connectors) on your cable box, you will use your cable box's remote control to change channels. Please see the information in the manual about setting up the Remote IR Extender.

8. Problem: I see a screen that says "AngelTrax No Signal AV" or "AngelTrax No Signal TV" on my TV
Solution: You may have the TV/AV selection wrong. When the screen says "Angeltrax no signal AV" the transmitter is sending the signal connected to its yellow, red and white RCA inputs. If there is no signal going into the transmitter via the RCA inputs you will see this message.

When the screen says "Angeltrax no signal TV" the transmitter is sending the signal connected to its coax cable input. If there is no signal going into the transmitter via the coax cable input you will see this message.

Be sure to have both transmitter and receiver set to either TV or AV depending on the connection you have going into the transmitter. For example: If you have a coax cable connected to the transmitter, press the TV/AV button at the top of the transmitter and receiver so that the TV/AV light is ON. Having this setting wrong for the transmitter input you are using causes the AngelTrax No Signal TV or AV message.

9. Problem: I see interference or hear static on my TV
Solution: Other devices in your area may operate on the same 2.4 GHz frequencies as the Wireless Cable TV. These devices can include cordless phones, wireless computer networking equipment, baby monitors, wireless security systems and microwave ovens. These devices can cause interference to the video and audio signal. The Wireless Cable TV is equipped with 4 selectable channels so you can find the clearest channel in your area. If you experience interference, try each of the 4 channels until you find one that has no interference. To select RF channels, use the buttons on the front of the Transmitter and Receiver, or use the RF button on the remote control to select RF1, RF2, RF3 or RF4. The RF channel lights on the Transmitter and Receiver must be set to the same channel.

10. Problem: I have digital cable or digital FIOS service
Solution: The Wireless Cable TV has an analog tuner, which means you won't be able to connect the coax cable from the cable company or the digital cable box directly to the Wireless Cable TV. Instead, you will connect the RCA A/V cables (yellow, red and white) from the digital cable box to the A/V inputs on the transmitter. This will send the channel the digital cable box is tuned to wirelessly to our receiver connected to your remote TV. With the built-in IR Extender feature, you can use your digital cable box's remote control to change channels on the digital cable box while watching TV in another room. You'll be able to watch all of your channels on the remote TV. When using this method, both TVs will display the same channel.

11. Problem: I have a satellite or dish antenna
Solution: The Wireless Cable TV has an analog tuner, which means you won't be able to connect the coax cable from the satellite dish or satellite receiver directly to the Wireless Cable TV, because those devices use digital signals. Instead, you will connect the RCA A/V cables (yellow, red and white) from the satellite receiver to the A/V inputs on the transmitter. This will send the channel the satellite receiver is tuned to wirelessly to our receiver connected to your remote TV. With the built-in IR extender feature, you can use your satellite receiver's remote control to change channels on the satellite receiver while watching TV in another room. You'll be able to watch all of your channels on the remote TV.

12. Problem: I have the transmitter connected to the RCA Video-Out jacks (yellow, red and white) on my cable/digital cable box and I don't see any image on my TV
Solution: When using the RCA AV inputs on the Transmitter, make sure the TV/AV indicator light on the front panel of both the Transmitter and Receiver is OFF.

13. Problem: Reception is very poor on all 4 RF channels, or transmission range is shorter than expected
Solution: Please check the transmitter and receiver power adapters. Some of the Wireless Cable TV units ship with a 9 volt and a 12 volt power adapter. If you have one of each, please be sure that the 12 volt adapter is used to power the transmitter, and the 9 volt for the receiver. If these are reversed, it could cause the problem.

14. Question: Can I add extra receivers?
Answer: Yes. You can purchase extra receivers at the initial purchase or at any time. There is no limit to the amount of receivers that can be used. Since one channel at a time is broadcast from the transmitter, all receivers will receive the same channel. It's not possible to watch independent channels on each receiver.

15. Question: Is there a slight delay in the wireless transmission?
Answer: No, there is no delay.