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Phillips DSR Receiver to 2nd or remote TV

Can I use the RF Output to connect to a 2nd TV?

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  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    Only one television controlled by 2nd remote.The reciever will not respond please help than you

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If you are asking if you can use yellow-red-white to one tv and rf coaxial to another tv at the same time to watch the same show, the answer is yes.

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