my current Direct TV coax cable splits somewhere in basement to two tvs...can i just hook up the main tv coax and have the rotor point for both?

asked on August 3, 2019

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If you want to use a TV antenna beside your DIRECTV, here are a few things you should know:
Your TV aerial is hooked up to the same TV as your DIRECTV installation, but the two are not interconnected.
To watch antenna TV, you’ll switch the input from DIRECTV to your OTA antenna.
While you can watch local TV, you won’t be able to record it with your DIRECTV DVR setup.
To record live TV broadcasts, you’ll need to use an antenna receiver with DVR capabilities.

Heiko L.
· August 4, 2019
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The coax cable from the antenna should go through the antenna control box and hook to the coax cable that leads to both tv’s. Should work for both, but the best situation is to have the coax cable splitter hooked close to the controller.
Michael Brennan
· August 4, 2019
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I don't know I just got one TV hooked up
Jeffrey
· August 4, 2019
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If your objective here is to "cut cable" then its very simple. Connect your antenna to the where your dish cable connected and your done.
Jimmybop
· August 4, 2019
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Yes.
F. Moore
· August 4, 2019
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