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Old 11-30-2014, 06:38 AM   #1
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We have 2 TV's and a wingman HDTV antenna. I would like to hook up the rear TV to record on a computer when there are 2 shows on at the same time we want to see. When we want to watch the other show we'll just go to the bedroom to watch it. I don't want it to be complicated as to watch the recorded show on both TV's
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If you already have a TIVO in the house, it would be a simple solution.
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We have 2 TV's and a wingman HDTV antenna. I would like to hook up the rear TV to record on a computer when there are 2 shows on at the same time we want to see. When we want to watch the other show we'll just go to the bedroom to watch it. I don't want it to be complicated as to watch the recorded show on both TV's
Something like this will do what you want:

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