Greetings—perhaps somebody out there can help resolve my annual wiring predicament. (I’m not sure where this post might go as non of the categories seemed to fit, so if the moderators need to move it to a better location, please feel free.) Every year our family holds a season wine and cheese/open house where we “screen” seasonal holiday television shows (Rudolph, Frosty, Grinch, Charlie Brown, etc.). For this, I run a series of televisions all around the house and projection system on the deck so guests can comfortably see a screen regardless of where they might be standing or sitting. For my connections, I had always used simple coax, run from the main amplifier, through a basic radio shack coax signal amplifier, through splitters, to the various TVs. In the long-past era of VHS, this always worked like a charm with a decent picture and sound for each. Then along came DVD’s with nicer picture, better sound—and copy protection. While I’ve lived with the problem for the last few years, the Macrovision (or variation thereof) system leads to the crisp-bright/dim-blurry cycle that I’m sure most of you are familiar with at some level. Granted, for those away from the main theater area (who came to watch), the point of the party is to socialize so the secondary monitors are more background than focal point, but having a lousy picture still stinks. So—the question is how, if possible, to get a decent picture and sound without running additional wires. I was inspired with the possibility of simply using the coax outputs on the DVD player (rather than running the coax from coax video outputs on the receiver), but none of my DVD players have a coax output. My current “solution” is in converting my coax leads to RCA with connectors and swapping the coax signal amplifiers to an RCA-level signal amplifiers. This would provide me with a decent picture, but leaves me with no sound at the secondary monitors. Any suggestions? My thanks in advance.