May be charged twice for fight?!?!

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  1. Michael_Victor

    Michael_Victor Stunt Coordinator

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    okay, i know you guys may not be interested in watching this weekends boxing event but i am interested in watching it on both my TV's, i have directv and it seems as if i can only order it for one TV at a time. ?? i don't get it, can anyone help in this situation? thanks!
     
  2. Kevin Coleman

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    Use a splitter?
    Kevin C. [​IMG]
     
  3. Michael_Victor

    Michael_Victor Stunt Coordinator

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    how would a splitter work before? before the receiver or after? i mean, i have HD (rgb)lines on the tv its going to be on? could i connect the splitter outside where the lines come in from the dish?
     
  4. Ryan Spaight

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    From the DirecTV web site FAQ:
     
  5. Michael_Victor

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    Thanks, but you don't think you could use the standard RG 12? i never heard of RG 6.
     
  6. Ryan Spaight

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    RG-6 is commonly accepted as the standard for digital satellite -- I've not heard of RG-12 being used in home entertainment applications. Is it primarily used in networking, or am I just ignorant? [​IMG]
    http://www.rfcafe.com/references/ele...coax_chart.htm
    RG-59 would probably work, too, since the signal isn't high-bandwidth digital anymore, but you'd get best results with RG-6.
    Ryan
     

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