Can I connect 2 TVs to one cable box?

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Can I connect 2 TVs to one cable box?

 
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‎09-30-2015 1:39 AM

Re: Can I connect 2 TVs to one cable box?

Charleyrob - Yes, you can use two different outputs. If you are connected coax you can use a standard splitter. You can use an HDMI splitter -http://sewelldirect.com/Sewell-HDMI-1x2-Splitter-v13b.asp?ad_source=GoogleAdWords&ad_medium=PPC&ad_t...

Of course, both TVs show the same picture.
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Re: Can I connect 2 TVs to one cable box?

Perfect - just what I needed. Thank you.

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Re: Can I connect 2 TVs to one cable box?

Charleyrob - You are welcome - One thing I forgot to mention - If you use HDMI & component, when the HDMI TV is off, it may, or may not, turn off the HD aspect ratio.
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