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More than one TV off one receiver

Discussion in 'DIRECTV General Discussion' started by ambull, May 5, 2006.

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  1. ambull

    ambull Cool Member

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    Ok, from reading through the threads I see that I can feed another TV from the output of a given receiver, but can that line be split to feed two TVs off one TV/receiver?

    Also, just to confirm, there is no extra charge for this correct? Just the one monthly receiver charge, right? By the way, I do realize of course that I can only watch the same programming per receiver on all TVs hooked to it.

    Lastly, how do I hook up my stereo antenna to the dish for FM reception? Right now I have comcast, and I have a coaxial running to the back of the stereo for reception...

    TIA.
     
  2. boba

    boba Hall Of Fame

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    You can split the RF(ch3/4) output as many times as you want. Yes you are right there is no additional charge from Directv for this. The dish is not a TV antenna so you can't connect it to your stereo for FM reception. You can connect it to the A/V RCA jacks to listen to the XM radio channels though.:)
     
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