Wireless TV On Board

Nowadays wireless LCD TVs still have a few disadvantages, but on a boat they could provide more flexibility when it comes to entertainment. Plug all your video sources (DVD, STB, aerial) in the base station, and use your wireless display everywhere. Its range of 50ft should be perfect for on board viewing, wether on deck or in a cabin. Let’s just hope battery live will improve rapidly.
“When the signal is solid, the picture is terrific, with a wide viewing angle, high contrast and defined images characteristic of Sharp’s outstanding approach to LCD (viewing on the sun deck at high noon isn’t recommended, though). The issue is whether cable-free living and potentially dicey performance is worth twice the price of a wired 15-inch LCD TV.”

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