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I am considering subscribing to FIOS TV. However, I want to ensure I can use all my current TV's should I do so. Right now I have a master bathroom TV, wall mounted, where a coax cable comes out of the wall right behind the TV. There is also an electrical outlet behind the TV. There is no setup box.
Since this is a bathroom, I don't want a box of any kind, as I assume it would have to be within line of sight for a remote to work, and would have to be either mounted on a new shelf on the wall or on the vanity. I wouldn't find either acceptable from a cosmetic or safety perspective.
So, I guess I have two choices:
1. use no set up box, and get whatever channels are available directly (and I'd have to buy a new TV, as the current one doesn't have a QAM tuner).
2. figure out a way where somehow the TV can be linked to a setup box in the bedroom, where there is an HD TV, and for which I would use a setup box.
I've grown quite used to being able to watch TV in the bathroom in the morning, getting ready for bed, etc., so I need a reasonable compromise, even if it doesn't include getting 100% of what I could get. Any suggestions? Many thanks.
I ran a coax cable (RG-6) from the STB to both TV's via a splitter. One TV in my wifes study and the other to a TV in the next room. I am using the Digital Converter STB (don't need all the bells and whistles of a normal STB). I use the RF output of the STB for both TV's but you can probably use the composite output for 1 TV and the RF for the second. I receive the RF signal on chan 3 on both TV's. Keep in mind that both TV's will see the same program.