Dish 322-One Receiver, Two TVs?

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  1. Ron-R

    Ron-R Auditioning

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    Okay. I don't get it. How do change channels on two different TVs with only one receiver? Or do I just have the concept wrong? :)
     
  2. Ernest Yee

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    One line from the dish to each receiver.
    One receiver to a television.

    If you split the signal coming out of the receiver, it will obviously output the same thing on two separate television.

    If you split the line before it hits the receiver, I'm not sure what it does but it won't work - that's why there's multiswitches.
     
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    The 322 is the equivalent of two receivers in one case. It has two lines from the dish as inputs and two independent sets of outputs. The brochure is here.

    -Robert
     

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