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Marmitek Gigaview 811 Wireless HDMI Kit (3d Compatible)


  • No loss of image or sound quality as the HD signal is being transmitted
  • Suitable for Full HD 1080p and all 3D formats
  • No installation of software is necessary and it is quick and easy to use
  • 2 year warranty
RRP: £277.18 You Save: £17.06 (6%)

£260.12 inc Vat £216.77 ex Vat

Customer Reviews (1)

I'm starting to believe in Voodoo...... Review by Alasdair Lawrance
I thought I would write to tell you how pleased I am with the Marmitek 811. I'm constantly amazed by how these things work - in this case, without as much as a "by your leave", it altered the screen resolution of my MBPro to match the projector! I'm starting to believe in Voodoo...... (Posted on 20/04/2016)

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Frequently Asked Questions and Answers (2)

Q: can it be used with a Virgin Tevo box

Posted On: 16/03/2016 By: David James Hope

A: Yes it can be used but please note GV811 will not go through walls. It does need light of sight between transmitter and receiver.
Q: I have a question about Can I buy multiple receivers? I'd like to transmit one signal to four HDMI monitors around a church hall? Is this possible?

Posted On: 11/05/2013 By: Alaistair Deacon

A: Sadly not due to HDCP protocols present on a HDMI signal

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