Highest Rated Consumer Review by the Community
Jul 28, 2003 by mrs-j
Rated a Very Helpful Review
Pros: The television you want to see, on any TV in your house!
Cons: 2.4GHz spectrum might experience interference.
Summary: Introduction You know how when you have a large project that you’re working on you remember ... read more
Jun 14, 2004 by jwbryan
Rated a Very Helpful Review
Pros: * Easy to set up
* Works exactly as advertised
* Clear picture and sound
Cons: * Subject to interference from other wireless devices
* No coax input on broadcast unit
Summary: I recently purchased an under-the-counter LCD from Audiovox (See m
review). Unfortunately, my kitchen didn't have a coax connection for cable. This device came to my rescue! Summary: This device will meet ... read more
Sep 4, 2003 by stmartin_us
Rated a Helpful Review
Pros: the low price is the only good thing about the LF30
Cons: a total waste of money
Summary: I appreciate the previous review. It was very straightforward and thorough. In fact, I used it to help purchase the LF30, but wish I'd have gone elsewhere. The LF30 is ANALOG and has tons of interference. So many scratches and pops that you just mig ... read more
Express Customer Reviews
Apr 25, 2006 by gtech
Pros: Looks nice, easy to install..........except.
Cons: A useless product. Nowhere to plug it in on Cable or DVD.
Summary: When I first unpacked it I thought this would be so simple to hook up. Not so fast! Here's the problem: None of my Cable boxes, DVD players, TV's, etc. have extra outputs for audio/video. (red,white,yellow) If the Leapfrog only had a RF jack for the ... read more
Dec 27, 2005 by shawnblais
Pros: Clear audio and video
IR remote extender works great
Cons: Subject to interference from wireless networks
Receiver antenna doesn't swivel 360 degrees
Summary: I purchased the Leapfrog to connect my computer to a TV in another room. I had read a lot of mixed reviews about it, but I decided I would at least try it out. I have a cordless phone, but it is 5.8 GHz so I wasn't worried about interference from that. I ... read more
Sep 23, 2005 by ptsong
Pros: Nice idea if it works, mine did't but you can try it out yourself.
Cons: If your neighbors will turn off their wireless whenever you watch TV.Go for it.
Summary: I bought this to use it in my study. The set up was easy but the reception was deplorable. Pictures came zig zag and sounded like fire crackers in China town during the Chinese New Year. I called up tech support. He advices me to try turning off all my ... read more
Jan 29, 2005 by scott1350
Pros: Nice concept and appears to be well made. Easy set up.
Cons: Just works poorly in every way. Probably interference, but how could know?
Summary: I have had this for three weeks. I have tried every possible set up and setting. Even when transmitting across a room, it works poorly with both audio and especially video--at least anywhere in my home. I have tried it with various units in various ... read more
Jun 28, 2004 by shopmail1977
Pros: It transmits and receives as promised
Cons: The quality and range of the transmission/reception are not as promised and are unacceptable.
Summary: The LF30 units I purchased functioned as they are intended, they transmitted an A/V signal from room to room. The quality is not nearly what I had hoped it would be nor was it acceptable. With a transmitter to receiver distance thru walls/ceiling at 25 ... read more
May 26, 2004 by bpoco
Pros: Ease of installation. Quality of signal.
Summary: I was hopeful that this product would work well, but did not have high hopes. Fortunately, it installed easily and I was actually very happy with the results. I wanted to watch my REPLAYTV (which is located in my basement) from my 2nd story ... read more
Jan 14, 2004 by atomicrip
Pros: It was easy to install and did run most of the boxes it advertised.
Cons: It did not mention that it is not compatible with Scientific Products.
Summary: After doing research on this product, we purchased the Leapfrog system for my mother-in-law. It was not what we expected because it did not run the cable converter box, even though it advertised that it will run "any" cable box. We were very ... read more