Multiple Room Connections
Sharing One Reiceiver
» A: AV wire connection with shared remote controlling.
A remote controller transmitter placed beside the satellite TV receiver. Ethernet cable used as AV wire. Three sets as Audio and Video. One set used as remote sharing transmission.
A receiver placed in second room to share the remote control function.( at TV bottom left )
» B: AV Wire connection
This SeeBest "4 Load Video & Audio AMP Splitter" for example allows you to transfer the receiver's AV into our four TV sets.
Different as option B, the remote controller cannot be shared in other rooms.
» C: Use AV Transmitors
AV Transmitter: Two TV Sharing One Receiver via AV Transmitter. The AV Transmitter can transfer AV Composite (RCA) signal into the other TV's normal cable TV connection or AV Input (RCA), so you can do remote control in Zone two using TV remote, as illustrated here below. Two TV always show the same channel, you can do remote control in room 2, using the same receiver remote controller.
Advantage: No need to run new visible wires around; Disadvantage: Picture quality lost over transmission; Transmitter has to be placed corrected beside satellite receiver. ( not recommended by us in general )
Sharing One Dish Antenna
Dual LNB converter: Dual LNB will allow the use of two receivers. LNB (Low Noise Blockdown); RG-6 coaxial cable for television signals. If more than two receivers are needed then a multi-switch must be used. Multi-Switch A multi-switch is used to allow the use of up to 4 separate receivers, operating from a dual LNB. Long runs of cable (in excess of 100') may cause picture errors. This can be improved by installing an in-line amplifier.
Standard 2-way splitter. Non-power passing. Frequency range: 5 to 2500 MHz.