Question about Televison & Video
I have connected the DVD recorder to the Sky box with a scart lead. Also connected to TV with a scart lead (as instructed by Sky installer). The Inital Setup keeps scanning for channels and not finding anything.
Not sure about the HDMI cable?
Can you advise me what to do?
SOURCE: Sky upstairs
Yes on the back of the box there is a RF2 output...
run a coaxil aerial cable from there to your required TV, you then need to tune the 2nd tv to the sky box.
You can also buy a 'Magic Eye' and a 'extra remote' this will allow you to change channels from the second destination with only 1 digi box.
Down point is that you have to watch the same channel on both tv's.
a second card and box and a dual LNB will allow you to watch seperate channels.
Posted on Jul 21, 2008
SOURCE: Sky+ DVD Recorder Tuning
You need to connect up the Sky+ to your recorder via scart. This will eliminate poor picture quality. The Sky box will be on ext1 on your recorder or something like that
Posted on Oct 12, 2008
ok these are called phono leads, yellow = video, red = left sound, white = right sound.
you need one of these http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?ModuleNo=13372 there are 2 types, inputs and outputs, this one does both, (you need an output. sky to sender) let me know if this looks right for u
Posted on Jun 07, 2009
SOURCE: sky magic eye not working on hd
I work for Sky as an Engineer.
on your Sky HD remote:
0 1 select
make sure the power is turned ON
now go to the room you can not change the sky channels over with.
you should notice on the magic eye itself should now have a Red led light on it now. you should now be able to change the channel over just remember to press the blue sky button on the remote at the top otherwise this will not operate the sky box.
If not unplug this magic eye and try this directly into RF out 2 to make sure that its not the magic eye that is at fault. If it is working correctly then the light will appear.
Hope this helps
Little dish fitter
Posted on Sep 02, 2009
Hi I have the same problem I got my TV replaced just today got brand new even better model. and guess the problem is still there.it's not individual,it must be in the whole series. if you have a solution mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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