How to Send TV Signals From the Converter Box to Another TV
Sending TV signals from your digital converter box to a second television requires a device known as a cable splitter. It also requires additional coaxial cables to hook up the equipment. The splitter, as the name suggests, divides a single input from the converter box into two or more signals that pass through coaxial cables to connected TV sets. This lets you watch TV programs in different rooms using a single converter box.
Things You'll Need
- Signal splitter
- Coaxial cables
Disconnect the coaxial cable attached to the "Out to TV" port on the back of your converter box. Leave the other end connected to your current television.
Attach the free end of the cable to one of the output ports on the TV splitter, turning the metal connector clockwise.
Hook up a second coaxial cable from another output port on the splitter to the UHF/VHF port on the back of a second TV.
Connect the final coaxial cable from the converter's "Out to TV" port to the single input port on the splitter.
Switch on the converter box and television to send signals through the splitter to the second TV.