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Couple of ways to do this, depemds on your video out options on your tv. Go from the TV out on one TV to the in of the other. You will have to tune in the 2nd TV to channel… 3 usually. You can also go thru a VCR with the 1st TV video out to the VCR video in and the VCR video out to the 2nd TV video in . On newer LCD tv's this is done similar. Use a video out on your main set that u want to select whats playing from. Then on the second set use the video in. You will have to use the correct mode on the first tv for what u want to play on both sets such as HDMI1 or Component 1, or Video 1, Video 2 etc. Then on your second set it will probably say AV in 1 or 2. see which one u plugged into and then change the mode on the second set to which ever one u plugged into. Now set your main set to what u want to watch and your second set to AV 1 or AV 2 , or Video 1 or Video 2 (which ever u plugged into) and you should be able to control both tv's and watch the same thing from the main set. Also, some of the newer TV's has a S-video connection. Get a s-video cable and connect it to the s-video plugs on your tv's then you can control either set from either set. such as On the main set your watching cable from your HDMI mode or Cable mode. Go to your second set and change the mode to the S-video mode. Then it will play what your main set is playing, and vise versa if you want to control the main set from the secondary set turn the secondary set to Cable in mode or HDMI 1 mode then turn your main set to S-video mode and it will play what the secondary set is playing. If your not a TV buff this may sound confusing but it is really simple. All tv's have most if not all of these different modes especially on new sets. To change mode just look on your remote to change mode, or for the AV-mode buttons to change the modes of the set.
Reason Phone Line Connection Is Needed The reason they need a phone line connection mainly, is so that your receiver can call out to DirectTV and report your movie pu…rchases for billing. They usually call out about once a week. Used to be, and I don't know if this still holds true, the receivers could store up to about 12 purchases and would report them on their next scheduled call should you use it in a mobile home or somewhere where phone service was't available. It's a toll free call. I have Dish Network and sometimes when I leave the answering machine volume up I could hear the receiver call out on Sunday mornings. Note Add 5-27-09: From the North Florida area, my H20 DVR receiver for DirecTV, calls out to 1-800-633-4773, which when dialed from a phone will sound like a "fax tone".
You would need either a S-Video, or HDMI out on the computer or a RGB or DVI in on the TV. If you have neither of these you can purchase a graphics card with HDMI out relative…ly cheap. Once installed you simply connect the cable. Anything less that HDMI/DVI will be hard to read as the resolution will be very low.
from what I understand, the answer is, yes. Apparently, they'll charge you an extra $5.00/mo. if it isn't connected to a phone line. The Dish and DirecTV receivers cal…l into their system once a week. Not too sure why, maybe to report on your movie purchase history (if any) and maybe updates of the system or the online program schedule.
Unless you're gonna blow your wad on pay-per-view...don't do it. It's just there to take your money. Connecting a phone line to a satellite TV receiver allows you to dow…nload updates, pay bills through receiver and purchase pay-per-view programs.
... the local TV channels offices.
You can try getting an FM transmitter. You can find them cheap on EBay (you get the quality you pay for. Cheaper transmitters have smaller broadcast range.) With an FM t…ransmitter plugged into your headphone jack on your car tv (I'm assuming it has one) you can tune your headphone radio into your transmitters broadcasting frequency, and there ya go. You could then connect many at once. If you're asking about bluetooth headphones or something else, I can't help there.
Are you thinking of Red Dwarf or Max Headroom?
First find the manufacture or brand of your remote, then go online and find the manufacture and request owners manual for your remote. Second just do a search on yahoo, or Ans…wer.com. Enter a question like this. How do i program a (all in one) remote? You should turn u plenty of answers. All in One is just a brand of remote. Be sure to ask about your specific remote. For instance emerson, or ge, or lg, or etc.
Connecting a phone line to a satellite TV receiver allows you to download updates, pay bills through receiver and purchase pay-per-view programs.
people sometimes connect there phone linbe to there digatal reciver because if you have any sort of on dammand or pay per view features then you can set up your box to allow y…ou to order it with the click of a bottun because with some accounts you must call your provider in order to order and view pay per view features also when you return your box or send it in for repair the phone connection acts as a comm post for diagnostics andfirmware repair and upgrade by answer to you by Vex131313
How do you connect your turtle beach xlc head phones if you tv has no headphone jack as far as i know and is connected with a HDMI cable can i get an accsesory?
Yes you can, it's called an hdmi audio adaptor
Pushing a button on a remote control sets in motion a series of events that causes the controlled device to carry out a command. The process works something like this:You push… the "volume up" button on your remote control, causing it to touch the contact beneath it and complete the "volume up" circuit on the circuit board. The integrated circuit detects this.The integrated circuit sends the binary "volume up" command to the LED at the front of the remote.The LED sends out a series of light pulses that corresponds to the binary "volume up" command. One example of remote-control codes is the Sony Control-S protocol, which is used for Sony TVs and includes the following 7-bit binary commands:Button | Code / 1 | 000 0000 / 2 | 000 0001 / 3 | 000 0010 / 4 | 000 0011 / Channel up | 001 0000 / Channel down | 001 0001 / Power on | 001 0101 / Power off | 010 1111 / Volume up | 001 0010 / Volume down | 001 0011 / The remote signal includes more than the command for "volume up," though. It carries several chunks of information to the receiving device, including:a "start" commandthe command code for "volume up"the device address (so the TV knows the data is intended for it)a "stop" command (triggered when you release the "volume up" button) So when you press the "volume up" button on a Sony TV remote, it sends out a series of pulses that looks something like this: Sony TV remotes use a space-coding method in which the length of the spaces between pulses of light represent a one or a zero. When the infrared receiver on the TV picks up the signal from the remote and verifies from the address code that it's supposed to carry out this command, it converts the light pulses back into the electrical signal for 001 0010. It then passes this signal to the microprocessor, which goes about increasing the volume. The "stop" command tells the microprocessor it can stop increasing the volume. Infrared remote controls work well enough to have stuck around for 25 years, but they do have some limitations related to the nature of infrared light. First, infrared remotes have a range of only about 30 feet (10 meters), and they require line-of-sight. This means the infrared signal won't transmit through walls or around corners -- you need a straight line to the device you're trying to control. Also, infrared light is so ubiquitous that interference can be a problem with IR remotes. Just a few everyday infrared-light sources include sunlight, fluorescent bulbs and the human body. To avoid interference caused by other sources of infrared light, the infrared receiver on a TV only responds to a particular wavelength of infrared light, usually 980 nanometers. There are filters on the receiver that block out light at other wavelengths. Still, sunlight can confuse the receiver because it contains infrared light at the 980-nm wavelength. To address this issue, the light from an IR remote control is typically modulated to a frequency not present in sunlight, and the receiver only responds to 980-nm light modulated to that frequency. The system doesn't work perfectly, but it does cut down a great deal on interference. While infrared remotes are the dominant technology in home-theater applications, there are other niche-specific remotes that work on radio waves instead of light waves. If you have a garage-door opener, for instance, you have an RF remote. Hope this helped! If this answer helped you, please recommend me! =)
Get a HDMI covert or and wires. They sell them at Walmart.com.
No, but you won't be able to order movies without calling the customer service line.
There should be as special cord that allows your phone to be connected to the TV. (Which would essentially allow the TV to be a projector of a sort for your phone) If you me…ant video log, then you can either download Netflix as an app onto your TV and log in to your account or if you have a Wii, Xbox, PlayStation, etc. then you can download Netflix as an app/icon onto there and log in.