If you have several TVs at home do you need separate decoders for each set or is
If you want to watch different programmes on different TVs, you need a decoder for each.
With satellite, you will also need a "Quad LNB" on the dish, as each satellite decoder requires a separate "LNB" connection for each.
For digital cable and Freeview, the incoming cable can be split and shared.
There are a few options (such as the Pace Twin PVR) that can be used as a decoder for a second room, using only a standard connection for the second TV.
If you simply want to be able to watch the same programme in a second room, this can be done using a standard TV "UHF" cable.
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I currently have a sky digibox. As well as watching the selected channel via scart on my main TV, I can view the same channel on other TV's in the house via the RF output. I'm thinking of getting Sky HD+ and noticed it has two RF outputs. Does this mean that as well as watching a selected channel via hdmi I can still connect other TV's via the two RF outputs.
If so, can these two RF outputs show two different selected programmes.
Can the recorded content on the Sky HD+ box, when being played back, be viewed through the RF outputs as well, or is this only available through the hdmi cable.
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