Connecting two TVs to one DVD player can have a number of purposes. Once you have done this, you can watch a signal from a DVD player on both TVs. The only obstacle to overcome with this process is the need to split the cable signal coming from your DVD player. However, with the right equipment, you can easily overcome this.
Things You'll Need
- 3 coaxial cables
- Coaxial cable splitter
Connect one end of one of your coaxial cables to the "Signal Out" coaxial port on your DVD player. Connect the other end of this cable to the "Signal In" port on your cable splitter.
Connect one end of your second coaxial cable to one of the "Signal Out" ports on your cable splitter. Connect the other end of this cable to one of your televisions.
Connect one end of your third coaxial cable to one of the "Signal Out" ports on your cable splitter. Connect the other end of this cable to your second television. Since this television will be farther away from your device, make sure that your cable is long enough to reach your second television.
Turn your televisions and DVD player on. You should be seeing the same picture on both televisions, sent by your player.
Tips & Warnings
- If you have two televisions in different rooms, and do not want to run an extra-long coaxial cable through your house, you may want to run the cable through your wall. Consult an electrician for the best methods to run cable through your house.
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