Probably some models are slightly different but the general principle in the TV and the Jensen hookups seem to be:
1) A single RG-6 coax running from the outside coax socket labelled "Satellite" to a plain unlabelled wall-plate with a single coax connector near the main TV. This is connected to the Sat Receiver INPUT.
2) A single RG-6 coax running from the outside coax socket labelled "Cable" and terminating at the rear of the Antenna Booster switch plate near the main TV. There is NO direct access to this "Cable" coax.
3) The coax connector on the switched Antenna Booster plate is connected to the TV.
4) To watch Over the Air TV, switch the Antenna Booster ON (usually a push button). To watch Park Cable TV, switch the booster OFF.
5) If you have another outlet in the bedroom and/or outside, it will be fed from a splitter box just AFTER the antenna booster switch so those TVs will get either OTA or Cable TV based on whether the booster is ON or OFF.
6) The Red, White and Yellow RCA connectors dangling near the main TV are probably:
a) R/W/Y is the Video OUT from the Jensen DVD player and is connected to A/V IN at the TV.
b) R/W is the Audio IN for the Jenson and is connected to the Audio OUT at the TV.
To get Satellite TV in the bedroom or outside usually means modifying the existing cabling. Several previous posts have discussed this subject.
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