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    722 Upstairs issue

    I had a 508 upstairs and when my EA antenna was installed it was no good. I have a 722 and a 612 downstairs where my HD tvs are located. I would like to put my 722 upstairs n use the SD with my SD tv and use the HD downstairs. How can I do this without having to run A HDMI cable to the downstairs? This would be impossible. Is there some kind of HDMI splitter I coul buy or any other device. Might not be possible. Thanks .


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    Leave the ViP722 downstairs and run coax to the SDTV upstairs or transmit the SD wirelessly. The UHF remote 2 will let the SD TV control the SD side independently, in dual mode.
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    The wiring is in the wall. It is impossible to run coax or HDMI cable. Thanks.

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    Then do it wirelessly. Besides, many of us run new wiring thru walls.
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    Quote Originally Posted by navychop View Post
    Leave the ViP722 downstairs and run coax to the SDTV upstairs or transmit the SD wirelessly. The UHF remote 2 will let the SD TV control the SD side independently, in dual mode.
    There are HDMI splitters but even if you had one you would have to run the cable from the splitter through the walls. Navychop's suggestion of leaving the VIP receiver near the HDTV and transmitting the SD signal wirelessly is closest to what you want.

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    How do you do it wirelessly?

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