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It depends what input connection the second TV has available. You cannot directly daisy chain HDMI cable from Apple TV to the two TVs assuming both have HDMI input. But you can purchase an HDMI 1x2 splitter and connect the 3 up provided the 2nd TV also has HDMI. The challenge maybe the distance you can have between the two TVs. Max is 15 meter but you could cascade 2 units to create longer distances.
radio shack multi adapter.way cheaper.Make sure you match the output ratings of your factory adapter.Batteries plus (or the inter-web) is another place to find them.Also check your electrical output at the wall socket,it could be the real problem.
Try website. -
http://www.lcdpayless.com I placed my
order on Thursday and went out of town for the 4th and I checked my
mail today (Monday) and it was there. I plugged it in, the power came
on and the tv works perfectly....plus the new cord doesn't have an
The cord is pricey at $117, but it beats buying a new tv. The company
accepts returns minus a 20% restocking fee and shipping, so I figured
worse case scenario I would only be out of $40+bucks if it didn't work
and I had to send it back. Hope this
Hi! If anyone would like a Power adapter for their Ultra LCD30-500 and LCD40-500- please email me Acosta.email@example.com... And I’ll be able to order one…
I too own a Ultra Lcd40-500 HDTV. Bought it from HSN.com back in 2006. My power adapter burned out 2 weeks ago, and to my dismay PWW, or should I say POS has gone bankrupt. I looked everywhere online and here in San Jose,CA thinking I would find a replacement or at least someone that could repair the blown capacitor( 630v vpmm), thermitors(IRFD460A) and varistor( SCK206). After calling every power supply company, distributor, and retailer, had no luck finding a match to this crazy looking 9din pin adapter. Disappointed I gave up on a replacement and took it to various repair shops for repair and was told without schematic would be nearly impossible to replicate the power Output. Finally this one shop was able to replace the burned out components and it seem to work at the store. When I got home with it..no luck..red light would come on…but no light on screen. L Not wanting to give up or trash my LCD. It was time to dig further…I did some research through my employer; a SemiConductor company here in Santa Clara, CA. Needless to say this power adapter has driven me crazy….It has been exhausting... But finally just yesterday I got the break needed…I found a manufacturer in Taiwan that has these power supplies for both the Ultra lcd 30" and 40". I was told they only sell to Component or Electronic Suppliers. I’ve asked my employer to see if I would be able to order one on their behalf using their account. Happy ending! My power supply is on it’s way. I was told it could take up to 4weeks for delivery. But I’m just glad to have a replacement.
I had the same problem. Go to the universal remote's manufacturer's web site and review their new codes for you Polaroid HDTV. They should have the code, and if you do not see it, then email them with the brand and model number of your set. Good luck.
Using the LCD viewfinder to compose images drains the power capacity of alkaline batteries very quickly.
Instead, use the Optical viewfinder to compose your images. Under normal operating conditions using the Optical viewfinder, a set of AA-size alkaline batteries should last for about 35 images.
Additional tips for extending battery life:
* Use the AC adapter to review images on the LCD.
* Use the AC adapter to review images on your TV.
* Disable Quick Review mode.
* For longer battery life, use one of the following types of batteries:
o High capacity alkaline (a new product on the market as of Jan 2000)
o NiMh (Nickel Metal Hydride) rechargeable.
o NiCd (Nickel-Cadium)