Broadcasting cable signal to basement projector

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Old 01-29-17, 06:59 AM
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Broadcasting cable signal to basement projector

So I did not make provisions for cable hookup in our basement theater and trying to run a new cable would not be easy,

Our projector is hooked up to DVD player through a AV receiver.

One of these type of devices will get the signal to another TV but have not been able to confirm if connecting to my AV receiver will work correctly.

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You won't know until you test it. Make sure that there is a good return policy on the device before you buy it.
 
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Old 01-29-17, 08:03 AM
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Our projector is hooked up to DVD player through a AV receiver.
What cable did you use for this connection ?

Or are you trying to stream from a cable box upstairs to the A/V receiver downstairs ?
 
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Old 01-29-17, 02:25 PM
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Or are you trying to stream from a cable box upstairs to the A/V receiver downstairs ?
Correct.

Everything in the basement is HDMI.

I'll give the company a call this week to confirm!
 
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Back when I had satellite [single receiver] I used a similar product to get the signal to my bed rm TV and it worked well. It did require the satellite box to be on and if both TVs were on they got the same channel.
 
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