I am sure there is a somewhat simple answer for this but I can't seem to find it anywhere.
Q: What would I need to get the HDMI signal converted to a cable 'channel' BUT ALSO keep the signal inside the home? Not sure if my neighbors would enjoy this as much as I will.
I have 5 rooms that will one day all have TVs. For now only 3.
I would like to have a channel that will play the Chromecast HDMI signal so that at any time one or more TVs can watch what is playing, but also retain the capability of watching other cable channels by just flipping the channel.
All rooms have cable coax and WiFi access (although I would like to avoid streaming over the WiFi if possible to avoid bandwidth problems)
I would like to avoid coax switches, and running multiple coax to each room.
I have a basic RF Modulator with RCA input, and a HDMI to RCA converter. (I know this will loose quality, it is just what I have available)
1x Sony Home Theater (Surround) -> Vivitek Projector
2x Emerson TVs (780p & 1080p)
1x Nyrius NRFM-100 RF Modulator with channels 14 through 69 and RCA input
1x HDMI IN to RCA OUT converter box
1x Chromecast Dongle
2x 5mhz-1ghz Dual Pass splitters/plexers connecting all the rooms with coax
1x $100.00 to complete the project
Thanks for any help and ideas