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Old 03-17-2017, 05:44 PM   #1
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dvd player

i presently have a cheap dvd player hooked up to my smaller front tv in my
overhead cabinet. we do not watch a lot of dvd movies unless there is
absolutely nothing decent to watch on the tv. that is why i havent really
spent the $ to get a much better blueray dvd player as we just dont use it
enough to justify the cost.

here is my question- can we watch a dvd movie from the front dvd player
on the back bedroom larger tv? really dont want to buy another dvd
player for the back tv. i do have a splitter allowing us to watch different
channels on both tvs.

so i thought if i could hook the front dvd player signal thru the splitter we
could watch the dvd movie on tghe back bedroom tv?

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Old 03-17-2017, 07:37 PM   #2
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If you have a Box of Many Buttons(B.O.M.B.) that allows for multiple inputs sent out to multiple TVs, hook the DVD player as an input to the B.O.M.B. and set the output to the rear TV.

If you don't have a B.O.M.B., then if you can connect the DVD to the cable running to the rear TV, you should be set.

You might also look to move the DVD player to the back and hook directly to the TV when you want to watch a movie. You'll have to check access to the connections on the rear TV and make sure you have a cable to join the two together.

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