Take the home distribution feed from the back of the receiver & use a splitter to run the coax to the other tv's.
ok, dumb question: what's the home distrib feed? and right now there are 2 or 3 splitters back there already does that make a difference? and lastly what type of splitter 2, 3, 4 way?
i suggest you read the owners manual - lots of good stuff in there. pictures even.
You would need to take a small piece of coax and then hook up a regular cable splitter (you can use 2, 3, or 4 way) and then run it to the TVs. This splitter will go off the port labeled "Home Distribution." It is a coax port that can feed Tuner1 and Tuner2. The diplexer is used to backfeed the Tuner2 to TV2. You would connect the splitter before the diplexer (or run a new line and eliminate the diplexers).there is a separator closest to the box and a diplexer. at a quick glance they looked like regular splitters.
sorry can't read...why do people even bother to reply and say absolutely NOTHING. maybe u need to read the owner's manual of 'manners'.
could someone knowlegable answer my question as far as a splitter? i'm going to assume home feed is the cable in.
Depends on what receiver the OP has. If they have a 622 or 722, it will all be output on the one coax output (labeled "Home Distribution"), but I know for sure, on the 625, you would need to combine signals with a splitter.And if you really want a confusing mess of splitter-like devices behind your receiver, you could even combine the RF outputs from TV1 and TV2 with a splitter in reverse.
Depends on what receiver the OP has. If they have a 622 or 722, it will all be output on the one coax output (labeled "Home Distribution"), but I know for sure, on the 625, you would need to combine signals with a splitter.
However, you are correct that if Tuner1 and Tuner2 output separately on coax, you would need to use slitters in reverse. Good call Krell!!!
i have a 322 dual rcvr (see attachment). will the info you gave apply?