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Old 01-07-2012, 03:00 PM   #1
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I have a Direct TV portable dish and a box in the front AV cabinet. the feed from the DirectTV box to the front digital HD TV is by HDMI cable. I hooked the 3-plus AV cable to the original Wineguard box and I get the DirectTV signal on the bedroom TV which is digital/HD. It's very grainy and I suspect that the original coax that feeds it is undersized for the signal. However, I get no signal to the outside analog TV. Should I try rewiring the bedroom TV and the outside TV?

Is there an access to a cable run to pull HDMI or heavier coax? Is there a replacement switching box for the old Wineguard? I wonder if a wireless TV transmitter might solve this?

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How did you hook up since hd boxes do not have a coax just the HDMI output? Did you have other tv's on channel 3or4 ?
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It has a 3-plug av output that i connected to to Wineguard box. Yhe front tv is connected by hdmi
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It may only output 1 at the time either HDMI or AV.
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I get a grainy signal at the bedroom tv. I think the Wineguard box degrades the signal or the coax to the bedroom is not able to handle a digital signal. They can have a 4gig bandwith i was told by the DirectTV installer that installed my home unit.
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