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Backfeeding a HDDVR Problems

Discussion in 'DIRECTV HD DVR/Receiver Discussion' started by kcaudiofx, Sep 25, 2012.

  1. kcaudiofx

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    Ok I have a HR24-??? and a HR21-??? The HR24 is backfeeding to my workout room via coax.. I have HDMI going out to my projector, and RCA Cables coming out into an RF Module and feeding the workout room via coax.. Problem is, as most of you probably know, is when I go turn on the TV in the workout room, it changes the resolution to 480i/p which is obviously not what I want.. I am not concerned about getting HD quality in my workout room, but I dont want to continue to keep changing the resolutions on the projector when I am done working out..

    Any Solutions?

    I thought about this, Do they make something that will allow me to have Component cables coming out of the Directv Receiver, into a RCA RF Modulator, then coax out from that? If so wouldnt that kind of "Trick" the D* Receiver into thinking its an HD Cable?

    I seriously do not want to purchase and pay monthly for a few extra receivers, I know that would obviously solve my problem, but I am trying to avoid that at all costs.. Thanks in advance
     
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    I think most people bypass the audio into this converter and plug it directly into the RF modulator that you are now using.
     

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