Question about DISH Network Televison & Video
HDMI 1 if your going to be watching it more than other programs or HDMI 2 if you have cable and spend a lot of time on it. Personal preference is 2.
Posted on Mar 06, 2018
I unhooked the new tv and hooked up the old one to see what channel it was on and then rehooked up the new tv and put it on the same channel as the old one.This worked but I also had to put the cable into the hook up on the back marked cable instead of the one marked HDTV.
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
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Your upstairs tv is connected via a coaxial cable and you can do a few things to get programming to the third room.
The first is to locate the wire that enters the upsairs room that currently has tv and insert a splitter by cutting the line to that room and running the out ports to the rooms and the in port to the other end of the wire that you cut. This will give you the same picture in both rooms.
If you have a system that does not use diplexers to backfeed the second TV you can backfeed the 3-4 cable going to the TV1 by cutting the line and adding a splitter with the inport running to the 3-4 port on the receiver and one of the out ports going to your tv1 and the other outport going into the UHF side of a diplexer. You will need to cut the Satellite feed into the back of the receiver on the back side of the seperator and connect the seperator to the SAT port of the diplexer. The IN/OUT port of the diplexer will connect to the end of the sat feed cable that goes to the wall plate. This will allow you to go into the attic of outside of the house and find the sat cable that feeds the TV one and break it there and put the IN/OUT port of that diplexer facing the TV1 room and the SAT port connecting to the other end of the cable you broke. The remaining UHF port will be the feed for the new room that you wish to connect. This set up will allow for viewing the same program as that at the TV1 location however you will need to change the channels at the TV1 location or buy an IR to UHF converter to allow you to be able to work the system independently from the receiver. Hope this answered your question. IF you need further assistance please contact me and thanks for using Fix Ya.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
It sounds like you have a pretty new TV. This means that there should be multiple AV jacks in the back for setting up your many components. Plug in the receiver into #1, the Wii into #2, and any other equipment you may have (DVD, VCR etc.) in the same way. You should then use the original TV remote to switch between Video 1, 2, 3 and so one for each compnent you want to use. The button on the remote will be labeled video, tv/video, input select, or input, something like that.
Hope this helps!!
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
Well, I don 't have that T.V. but I can tell you that you may have to go to your menu and look for your channel setup and change it to another channel output. If that doesn't help then have it search for channels.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
HI, connect audio output from tv to system,you may have to turn this on or turn up in tv menu for some sharp tvs,this should get sound for tv and dvd and anything else you hook up to tv.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
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