Beckhamfam said:After looking on the back of the VIP 622 my question is: my TV 2 is going to be 75 feet away from where the receiver will be, how will it be hooked up? I can not tell what the connection is between the Satellite inputs and TV 2.
I guess that the 622 des not "pass through" the OTA rf antenna when power off like the 921. It would be nice if it did pass through the ATSC signal like the 510. (edit) looks like the Vip222 does pass through the antenna.KyDave said:You would use the coax "Home Distribution" connection to the left of the TV2 composite connectors. These newer boxes also have something new with this connection where both tuners are available on separate channels.
langlin said:I guess that the 622 des not "pass through" the OTA rf antenna when power off like the 921. It would be nice if it did pass through the ATSC signal like the 510. (edit) looks like the Vip222 does pass through the antenna.
Scott,Scott Greczkowski said:Thanks I was just about to upload these.
I had the same problem. Just save it to a file on your computer (right click on the link and choose "Save Target As"), and open the file afterwards.purvis said:Anyone having trouble getting the 222 attachment file to open? It seems to be freezing up my computer when I try to open it!
I'd like one of these also as it has a UHF remote. I cannot use the 211 with an IR remote as my 2nd TV which is a flat panel HDTV is in the kitchen. My 811 which serves it is in an opposing room. I do not have space for a sat receiver in the kitchen. The vip222 would seem to meet the need that I have.mdonnelly said:Anybody know when E* will allow existing customers to get the Vip222? I think I'd like two of those.