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Question about adding a reciever and WHDS


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#1 OFFLINE   faspina

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Posted 24 May 2010 - 12:10 PM

I have a simple setup now. Two receivers, HR21-700, HR20-700. I have two coax cables running to each of the receivers. I do not use a multi-switch. If I wanted to add two TV's, two non DVD HD receivers and then WHDS what would I need. I do not use Deca or SWIM right now. Both receivers are on wired Ethernet, I called and activated WHDS unsupported. But I want to add the TV and HD receivers without adding additional DVR. Do I need a multi switch or can I go to SWIM and DECA for WHDS.


HR21-700 connected to a Samsung 46" Series 7 HDTV
HR20-700 refurbished connected to a Samsung 27" console model HD TV
Fully networked (wired) and ready for MRV.


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#2 OFFLINE   jpitlick

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Posted 24 May 2010 - 12:16 PM

If you're going to the unsupported route, you just need a WB68 multiswitch or a SWM-8/PI/splitter(s).

HR20-700 attached via HDMI to an Onkyo TX-SR605S connected via HDMI to a Sony KDF-42WE655 42" Grand Vega Rear Projection LCD
H21-100 attached via HDMI to Sceptre X246W-1080P 24" LCD and attached via S-Video to Windows 7 PC w/Hauppauge WinTV-HVR-1600
HR22-100 attached via HDMI to a ProScan 32LB30Q 32" LCD
SWM-8/STS-4
SlimLine Dish w/SL5 LNB
All receviers connected to gigabit switches and 25/25 Mbps FiOS




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