Marmitek introduces the GigaVideo80™!

You can now watch your satellite or pay TV anywhere in your house!

EINDHOVEN - We're all busy and in a hurry. When we're able to relax, it is therefore very important for us to do this in a comfortable manner. This is why an increasing number of people take out a pay TV subscription. This allows you to watch sport, films, culture, sex, music and/or cartoons, whenever you have the time. The introduction of the Marmitek GigaVideo80 allows you to send this signal on to a second TV, which means that you're able to enjoy all of your TV channels anywhere in the house!


No need to install wires
The GigaVideo80 transmits the audio and video signal through walls and ceilings wirelessly. This means that there is no need at all to lay wires and drill holes in the ceiling.

You can connect 2 A/V devices
You can connect 2 sources at once to the GigaVideo80 and easily switch between both signals, without changing cables. This can be any A/V device, such as a DVD player, a DVD recorder, a video recorder, a PC, a set -top box, a decoder, a satellite receiver, a video camera, etc. Switching between both devices is very easy and only takes one press of a button.

Choosing what you want to watch yourself
You can watch whatever you want on the 'second TV' (e.g. the one in the bedroom). It doesn't matter which source is selected on the 'first TV' (e.g. the one in the living room).

Operation of the A/V devices connected
The A/V devices connected can be controlled from the locations of both TVs. This means that you won't have to go through the entire house to pause a film or change sources. You can simply use the original remote of the connected A/V device for this.

Price
The GigaVideo80 has a recommended retail price of 69.95 euro, including VAT.

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