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Using Skyeye type device to watch HD on 2tv's with 1 box

foxymonkeys

Standard Member
I have just bought Sky HD and am looking at Sky eye to watch HD in another room. Does anyone know if there's a prouduct out there will give the functionality of sky eye that will allow HD to be watched in another room?:lease:

Got the Sky box in the living room and normally watch tv in anoter room around 4m straight line distance but would need at most 15m of cable.

Have I just waisted £10 a month for HD when I'll only be able to receive it on a tv I hardly watch? :facepalm:
 

logiciel

Moderator
Welcome to AVF.
You can't do it with anything like the Sky "eye".
You can try a long HDMI cable and any proprietary IR Extender.
As you hardly watch the other TV you won't mind not having HD on it, though you could push it by trying a splitter.
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