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Sending signal upstairs via antenna out?

Discussion in 'HDR-FOX T2 Freeview Recorder' started by dandiddly, Dec 6, 2011.

  1. dandiddly

    dandiddly New Member


    I've recently ditched Sky and moved to free-view through HDR-FOX-T2, and I'm glad I did!
    For My Sky set-up, I used the aerial out connection to connect the sky box to an upstairs TV via the old loft aerials coax lines hidden inside the walls.

    Now I've installed a digi aerial and new coax cable and am receiving all the channels I want and quite a few I dont!

    I've tried to use the "antenna out" of the humax box and plug into an second tv upstairs like I did with the sky box. However i cant seem to tune the TV into the humax box .

    Does the "antenna out" get over-ridden by the hdmi out to the first TV?

    If any one has any ideas of what I'm doing wrong then help is greatly appreciated!
  2. 4291

    4291 Well-Known Member

  3. dandiddly

    dandiddly New Member


    Thanks for the speedy reply though!

    Could I use the scart output through a modulator(?) to send an RF signal upstairs?
  4. 4291

    4291 Well-Known Member

    Yes. See my first reply.
  5. dandiddly

    dandiddly New Member

    Doh! Feel like a bit of a dumbass for missing that link!!

    Thanks again!
  6. 4291

    4291 Well-Known Member

    No you aren't! It was an edit, but you viewed too soon.
  7. dandiddly

    dandiddly New Member

    LOL!! Hooray, I'm not (that) stupid!

    Thanks and good night!
  8. Black Hole

    Black Hole May contain traces of nut

    If you have a disused VCR knocking around, that will do the same job.