Can you send 2 Video output signals simultaneously?

Discussion in 'Cable TV & Virgin Media TV' started by christo7, May 6, 2007.

  1. christo7

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    Hi

    We've now got a V+ box currently connecting to our main TV set via scart.

    ...However my question is, is it possible to send 2 video output signals simultaneously one to the TV and one to my new PC TV tuner card via 'co-axial' (TV aerial) cable.

    I tied to connect to the PC but it doesn't seem to be picking up anything from the V+ box. Does anyone know if this is possible? Do I have to configure the box to do this, if so how?

    TV Tuner card is: AverMedia M779 (just in case)

    Please reply, any help much appreciated.

    Thanks
     
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    If you're connected to the TV via scart, then yes you should also be able to output via coax.

    I'm connected by HDMI and can't, but if switch the connection to scart I get a signal on both the TV and my pc's tuner card.

    As far as I know you don't have to do anything in the V box other than have the active connection as scart. However you will need to make sure your tv tuner card is tuned to receive the cable signal. Can't help here as my tuner card is a Hauppage.
     

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