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what is the proper way to connect a dvd player / blue ray to tv and verizon fios?

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Must be hooked directly to the TV is both cases.  There are no external video inputs on any Version STB.  Specifics depend on what inputs your TV has.

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what is the proper way to connect a dvd player / blue ray to tv and verizon fios?


I would say HDMI from your player directly to your TV, Also Ethernet hardwired to a lan port on the router as the prefered method. If a hardwired connection is not possible with Ethernet CAT5, the a MoCA bridge can be used to pick up a network connection from your coax with the use of a bi-directional splitter. Last resort a wireless bridge or adapter.

 

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