I recently mounted my Ilo 26" HD LCD tv on the wall in my bedroom. It had previously been in my living room and was hooked up directly to my dishnetwork box using the red,green & blue wires that were supplied when I ordered the satellite system. My satellite box is a duel tuner system, so I figured I could just hang the tv and screw in the coaxial cable that I had them run into my bedroom at the time of installation. When I went to attach the cable wire, I noticed that the female "attenna in" input is not threaded, therefore it is not compatible with my existing coaxial cable wire. My question is, since I do not have a satellite box in my bedroom, can I just change the end of the cable wire or will I need to have a whole new wire run from my dish to the bedroom?
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Are you sure that the antenna in isn't threaded? You may be looking at the wrong jack... All antenna inputs are threaded co-axial "F" connectors. If you ARE sure, could you post a pic of the back panel?
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If you satellite is HD don't connect it to either port, Use an HDMI or component (5 wire cable) so as to receive high def signals. If you must uase channel 3, You want the ATV input. On channel 3 YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE HD PROGRAMMING> check your hookup guide from Dish network.
Hi my nameis Mike Houston of DISH Network and I see where you want to connect a HomeTheater system to the Dynex TV. Do to different systems are different and wedon't know the specific model of the Home Theater unit you are using the bestthing is to check your TV manual for best connections, if you have any questionsplease e-mail me at [email protected].
Hello! On the back of your receiver box you'll see a silver UHF antennae make sure its pointing straight up. If that fails try the steps in this link http://www.dishnetwork.com/SupportSection/remote-setup Daniel Busa DISH Network Customer Service
To watch Dish Network in your room there a couple of different ways to do it. Unless that cable coming out of your wall is connected to a Dishnetwork reciever its useless.Now if the reciever in your living room is a dual tuner dvr than you can run a cable from one of the two outputs to your bedroom. In this scenario you can watch different channels at the same time. If it isnt a dual tuner then you can actually put a splitter on the cable coming out of the box to the tv(has to be on cable coming out of the reciever) and run it to your bedroom. In this scenario both tvs will show the same channel.In both cases you need a UHF remote(dual tuner DVRs come with one UHF and one infrared) that will allow you to change channels while in your bedroom. If you want HD programing on both tvs you will need to contact Dish Network to get a second reciever. its $7 more a month for a second reciever.
Hello!!! Your post is not clear on if you need to program the remote to the receiver or the tv, but here are steps to program to both. Just follow the link provided below, and you will be good to go!!!!
Unfortunately the ILO TVs aren't a good investment. If you just purchased the television, I would return it as soon as possible and purchase a more reliable and well known brand. ILO support services is almost non-existant and there are several comments on other blogs regarding the Ilo brand. I have two ILO 26" HD, which I purchased in Aug '06 and am now beginning to experience problems.