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you would need to upgrade to a hopper/joey system, or get another hd receiver.0 comments
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You can try an rf module but you can't connect a. Hdmi and run it from the reciever it only has 1 hdmi port on back for tv 1 and the reason they only use a coax is because after some many feet of hdmi the video quality decreases1 comment
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There are two ways to get hdmi connection on the second tv: either have a tech come out to move you hd receiver so tv2 becomes tv1 and vice versa, which would cost you atleast $50 or $65 for it or you can upgrade to a second hd receiver for that tv, which would require a new commitment and a tech visit which can be covered by getting the protection plan. You can upgrade to a regular receiver, which would just add an additional receiver charge on your monthly billing or the hopper/joey system, which would require a $100 upgrade fee and a monthly $10 dvr fee and a $7 a month charge per joey. For either of these choices, you can call 1-800-333-3474 and have them help you set it up.
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What you want to do is not possible our duo receivers don't have HDMI out for second tv if you want all your tvs on HD I sugest you to upgrade your system to a hopper Joey whole home DVR that way all your tvs will be on HD.
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U would have to have a receiver on that tv if u wanted a HDMI wire. That 2nd tv is only capable of hooking up coax. Sorry