How do I connect my magic eye to my Smart TV?
Plug your tvLink into the second TV’s aerial socket. Position your tvLink’s magic eye (the part that looks like a computer mouse) with a clear line of sight to your Sky remote. Switch your Sky box, and everything connected to it, on at the mains. You should see a red power light on your tvLink.
What is a magic eye for TV?
This “Magic Eye” remote extender lets you control the TV channels on your digital satellite box from another room in your house. The device connects between the coaxial cable and the aerial socket on the back of the TV.
How does TV LINK eye work?
TV Links are installed with DSTV SDPVR or HDPVR Decoders using your existing RF / Coaxial cable to control the PVR or decoder supporting TV Links from another room via the DSTV Remote. TV Links are powered from the decoder and does not require external power.
How do you use magic eye?
Magic Eye 3D Viewing Instructions Hold the center of the printed image right up to your nose. It should be blurry. Focus as though you are looking through the image into the distance. Very slowly move the image away from your face until the two squares above the image turn into three squares.
How can I watch TV in another room without a cable box?
With a wireless video HDMI kit, simply connect a transmitter to the existing set top box in your living room and a receiver to your TV. It’s a great option for people who don’t want to run cables across the house. Instead, you and your friends can enjoy a wireless streaming experience wherever you place your TV.
How do you recognize a Magic Eye?
The best way to see the illusion is to hold the image very close to your face. Touch your nose to it if you can, and then unfocus your vision. Look as if you’re looking through the image at something in the distance. Then very slowly move your face away from the image, keeping your vision unfocused.
How can I watch Sky in my bedroom without multiroom?
If you’re considering getting Sky in different rooms of your house, there are basically three ways you can do this:
- Connect your Sky box to a second TV with high-quality co-ax aerial cable, or.
- Connect your Sky box to a second TV with a wireless video sender, or.
- Get an extra Sky box for the second TV set.