Tosh XS32 RF output?

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  1. Dabs09

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    Anyone know how to set up a Tosh XS32 to output through the RF lead? I'm trying to hook up to other TV's in bedrooms etc. :lease:
     
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    Hi Dabs,

    I think we've already answered this for you in the thread "RF output from Toshiba rd-xs32" in the DVD Players forum. The Tosh doesn't output an RF signal, just loops-thru.

    However, you could split your incoming RF signal via a splitter, then put one feed in the Tosh and the other feed into the device you use to send an RF signal to your other TV sets.
     
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    Its not the incoming RF signal that I am after, thats OK. Its the output from the Tosh itself that I want to distribute.
     
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    No, the XS32 can't do this (and I don't believe this is unique to the XS32). See page 15 of the installation manual. "Watching via the RF OUT terminal is not available".
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    Is there any other way to get an output from the tosh into an rf lead - any converters from a scart output for instance?
     
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    If you already have a video recorder you could use that by setting it to look at a scart input from the toshiba recorder (which is what I do).. otherwise something like this http://www.satcure.co.uk/accs/page4.htm should do the job.
     
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    Tried the video recorder idea and it works fine, once I remembered to to set the video in tuner mode. Thanks for that suggestion
     

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