HD to more than tv

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  1. reflective

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    Hi, i'm thinking of subscribing to sky hd and have just had a look at their website which says that the main tv will be able to receive HD but the second tv would only get standard reception. Does this mean i would need to buy two sky HD boxes to get HD signal on both tv's?

    Thanks for the help
     
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    I don't think it's been made really clear.

    It's reasonable to assume that both the HDMI and component outputs are active at the same time but the question is will the box prevent one or the other from carrying native HD or upscaled HD if the other has been selected in whatever menu the SKY+ uses. I suspect you will have to choose a primary connection method for the HD output.
     

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