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Discussion in 'Digital TV & Video Players & Recorders' started by davee b, Sep 12, 2002.

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  1. davee b

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    hope this isnt a dumb question. got an rf extension lead running upstairs to bedroom tv. have now got two video recorders up there as well. my question is can i daisy chain the two videos (via rf cable) to the tv so ie so that both videos can record broadcast material without interference. i dont want to split the signal as its already split (& boosted) once from downstairs.

    tia
     
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    Yes in theory you should be OK with that scenario
     
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    many thanks graham. will go ahead with it.
     
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    One thing I would recommend is that if you want to view either of the VCRs using the rf cable you're going to have to retune either or both of the vcrs so they dont transmit on the same frequency.

    if your just doing it for record and wont view then there will be no need for that.

    In theory when channel 5 (or was it C4) was launched a lot of vcrs had to move anyway so you might be OK.
     
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    thanks again graham. i will be watching them via scart so frequency clashes shouldnt be a problem.
     

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