Dealing With Wireless TV Splitters
A wireless TV splitter works more or less like the usual wired TV splitters, but the noteworthy aspect is that it splits the signals equally to all the sets connected to it, without any physical contact.
However, there is small quantity of loss of the original signal during this process. Hence, the signal strength is slightly lesser than what you get through the direct source. However, the TV programs are played perfectly well, and hence these splitters have gained widespread popularity amongst the buyers.
But, when using these wireless splitters, If the signal source for main TV is only an aerial, you may have a good deal of trouble using these splitters. You'll have to firstly add a splitter to aerial's download, and then you'll require another device like Sony Wireless TV transceiver since the second port needs to be hooked on to a separate over-the-air tuner, which in turns connects to the transceiver.
Another problem is that you can't change channels from any other room, except the room where the main TV is located. And, you'll have to bear the added cost of buying the transceiver as well. Hence, some of the folks don't prefer to use a wireless splitter due to these drawbacks associated with them.