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    Going back in time

    This is a discussion on Going back in time within the Sky & Sky+ TV forums, part of the Other Sky help and support category; I have an old TV with only an Rf input in the kitchen. I have sky plus in the lounge ...

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      Going back in time

      I have an old TV with only an Rf input in the kitchen. I have sky plus in the lounge also going to an old tv which has an rf input and 2 scart connections.
      I also have a dvd player in the lounge.
      If I want to watch Sky plus in the lounge how do I connect the wiring so that the other half could watch a dvd in the kitchen? I would be grateful for any help.


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      Re: Going back in time

      Install a DVD player in the kitchen.

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      Re: Going back in time

      Is this a plain DVD player without RF sockets?
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      Re: Going back in time

      As the TV in the kitchen has no scart socket it would be easier and cheaper to get a new TV and DVD maybe combined if you can.

      By the time you have fitted a scart to UHF convertor and fitted it by the DVD with cables and splitter etc it will cost the same.

      You can get some cheap combined TV/DVD's at Tesco and the likes.

     

     

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