TV Connections

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  1. Mike Coady

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    I know this may sound like a dumb question but hear goes. If you have a tv in the living room (I'll call Main) and you run a coax cable from the RF Out of that tv to another tv's RF In in a bedroom (I'll call Secondary) what signal source will I be seeing on the Secondary tv? Would it be what's connected to the main tv's Antenna 1 In, what's connected to Main tv's Antenna 2 In, both, or just everything hooked up to the Main tv's inputs? I have a URC-200 RF (with base) to be able to change the channels and inputs from the bedroom on the Secondary tv.
     
  2. Glenn Overholt

    Glenn Overholt Producer

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    It should show whatever was fed into the TV's 1st input.

    Glenn
     
  3. Mike Coady

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    Okay thanks I guess that would be my OTA antenna ran to my Antenna 1 In, I was hoping I would have the option of choosing any input and receiving that signal.
     
  4. Glenn Overholt

    Glenn Overholt Producer

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    You want one of those "whole house" theaters, then.

    I know that some DVD players have coax outputs too. You could just run another line if you have that. Composite and S-Video hve more cables, but that's up to you.

    Have fun!

    Glenn
     

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