03-12-2014 2:11 PM
03-13-2014 8:02 AM - edited 03-13-2014 8:06 AM
Each TV must have an ATT provided box. One of those boxes will be a DVR.
Each additional TV will have a Set Top Box (STB) which has most of the capabilities of the DVR...you can program it, watch recordings, etc. It works in conjunction with the DVR.
For example, you have a 1 bedroom apt. and want Uverse in the LR, BR and kitchen. You would have ONE DVR and two STBs. You would be able to set/watch/erase recordings on all three. The only problem would be if the main DVR goes out.
Perhaps if you could elaborate on your current situation, we could offer more detailed information.
03-13-2014 8:15 AM
03-13-2014 8:24 AM - edited 03-13-2014 8:24 AM
You have 4 streams coming into your home.
Like aviewer said, you can watch/record a combination of those streams.
03-13-2014 9:54 AM - edited 03-13-2014 9:57 AM
No I want to know if I can run two TV's with one DVR. I only watch one TV at a time.
Yes...but you will need a second box (which will be a STB) on the second TV.
you can run wiring from the one DVR to a second TV but someone else will have to chime in on how to do that.
03-13-2014 10:07 AM
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