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watching dreambox on more than one tv - 28-August-2007, 15:36

How do you distribute the dreambox signal around the house to other tvs? my local satbox is ditributed via aerial out with coax cable but i cant do this with dreambox.

how have others done this? video sender not a good option due to poor signals in the house. much prefer a wired solution.

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28-August-2007, 15:44

You can use a scart multiplier .. or look for another dm500 to watch different channels on both tv sets



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28-August-2007, 18:44

I heard that there exists some sort of infra red gizmo that is put on top of your tv thus two tv's can see the same satillete channel. It is much cheaper than buying another box but it is restricted to seeing the same channel. Contact your local sat shop about this infra red equipment
   
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28-August-2007, 19:20

Look for a video modulator at you're local electronics shop or ebay. This converts the scart signal to RF signal for distribution. You can tune to all most any frequency so it does not interfer with the local cable provider signals.


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28-August-2007, 20:48

use a 2nd computer or laptop with svideo out,
configure it to have it on the tv with a svideo -> scart
and plug the audioplug into the laptop/computer

then use webx-tv to watch it :) (double click in the
videoscreen of vlc to have it fullscreen)
if you have wifi network, that'll do the job as well


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use RF-modulator ,and then by coax cable
   
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Red face watching dreambox on more than one tv - howto distribute using coax? - 28-July-2008, 13:32

Hi,
I am new here and would like to have a setup similar to what Spacehead is proposing (assuming I dont need to start a new thread, excuse me if I am wrong).

I am facing the same issue here. I would like to share the signal with more than one (HD) tv, but in a way that I am able to use the tuner that is inside my HD tv, thus, signal distribution over coax, and with a satellite as signal source. How can I achieve this and what kind of hardware and software do I need? I would like to use a dreambox that is doing card sharing and signal conversion but bypasses the dreambox tuner. However, I am assuming that using card sharing nd bypassing the tuner is not possible.
Any ideas?
   
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08-August-2008, 02:03

cunninghamella if you want HD tv on more that one TV set then CAT5 is the way to go....its expensive but works very well,and has very little loss even over huge distances.


   
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