TRIAX TRI-LINK Kit Control Sky, Freesat, Freeview around the home.

May 5, 2015 - Comment

VIEW AND CONTROL FREESAT, FREEVIEW AND SKY AROUND THE HOME! With the introduction of Digital TV normal analogue services around the home have been lost. The New Triax Tri-Link kit solves the issue of distributing Freesat, Freeview and SKY around the home, with the ability to view and control all STB’s on existing analogue sets.

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VIEW AND CONTROL FREESAT, FREEVIEW AND SKY AROUND THE HOME!

With the introduction of Digital TV normal analogue services around the home have been lost. The New Triax Tri-Link kit solves the issue of distributing Freesat, Freeview and SKY around the home, with the ability to view and control all STB’s on existing analogue sets.

– Removes the need to purchase individual STB’s for each additional TV or Upgrading to Flat panel TV’s
– Tri- Link can control upto 3 independent pieces of equipment including SKY
– Watch and control recorded programmes from your PVR around the home
– Optional DVD configuration
– Powers up Digital Link Amplifier and Link eyes
– Controls SKY, SKY+ in the conventional way via RF2
– Fully agile modulator
– SCART loop through
– Compact and stylish

The Tri-Link Kit Contains: – Modulator, power supply, compact eye and IR Receivers.

Take back control of your TV viewing with the Triax Tri-Link!

Product Features

  • VIEW AND CONTROL FREESAT, FREEVIEW AND SKY AROUND THE HOME
  • Removes the need to purchase individual STB’s for each additional TV
  • Tri- Link can control upto 3 independent pieces of equipment including SKY
  • Watch and control recorded programmes from your PVR around the home
  • Optional DVD configuration

Comments

Darren Linley says:

Triax Tr-Link works well with Humax 1010S I bought the Triax Tri-Link for use with my Humax 1010S FreeSAT box. I wanted to view and control my Humax from a remote TV, having done this previously from a Sky+HD box. I asked the seller numerous questions about the Triax Tri-Link before ordering, and all questions were answered promptly. Despite receiving tips (see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_q01Fb89tP4) from another Reviewer, the Triax Tri-Link was a breeze to install, and worked first time. But do order a bag of F-type connectors, you’ll need these for connecting your coax to the Triax Tri-Link at the local end and the Magic Eye/remote TV end. I bought a pack of 10 for £1.95 (http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00BDH8830/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1)In summary, the Triax Tri-Link works with my Humax 1010S FreeSAT box, and the picture is better at the remote TV than it was from the Sky+HD box, but that could be either that the Humax 1010S FreeSAT box puts out a better signal, or that the Triax Tri-Link…

Paul King says:

Simple to install and works perfectly. Brilliant piece of kit. I was using coax cable from RF out on my Sky box to send my picture to other rooms. Introduced a new Vu + satellite receiver which does not have RF out. Found this Triax Tri-Link kit and decided to try it. The satellite receiver has scart out so I used that to get the signal to the triax box. Then sent RF out (9v) into a splitter/amp and sent it to three other rooms. I bought additional ‘magic eyes’ as you only get one in this kit (they are only cheap anyway) so I can control the satellite receiver regardless of which room I’m in.It was a quick job with me already having coax cable installed into the rooms I wanted to send a signal to. I tuned into (analogue) on the tv’s but found the picture was poor on default ch36. Swapped that to ch21 and it was very clear, so did the same in other rooms with the same result.Easy install and very good piece of equipment which works well. Impressed and feel that the ‘magic eye’ system used with the Triax box is…

Mikey, Folkestone says:

Simple solution 0

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