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    Sky + into another room

    This is a discussion on Sky + into another room within the Sky+ forums, part of the Sky & Sky+ TV category; I know you could do it on the basic Sky box, but is there a way of sending the Sky ...

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      Question Sky + into another room

      I know you could do it on the basic Sky box, but is there a way of sending the Sky + signal to a television in another room. You used to be able to do this using an ordinary co-ax lead to the 2nd TV's RF arial socket.
      Can this still be done with Sky +, and if so can someone talk me through the setup - can't find it in my documentation

      If it can be done, is there a "magic eye" or whatever they call it which means that you can alter channels from the re,ote TV?


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      Re: Sky + into another room

      the sky box, sky+ and sky+hd box all have the RF2 output to be able to feed the same picture to another.

      Probably worth having a look at the magic eyes available here: Satellite tv remote control extenders

     

     

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