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Old 05-28-2015, 02:49 PM   #11
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I figured I would start a thread for people to talk about how they went about getting a HD signal to all of the HD TV's in our coaches.

I am wondering if anyone has ever used a HDMI over Coax (RG6) system or a wireless HDMI system and if so what have been your results? This can be an expensive thing to do so any comments would be great if you have had experience in doing it.

Amazon has a HDMI over Coax with IR capability for 200 bucks per unit. I'm thinking about doing it for 1 TV to start. It would allow me to keep all the directv boxes in one cabinet but it needs a lot of outlet space.....

I decided to go cheap and got an A/V modulator for the coax since we fall asleep pretty fast in the bedroom with the TV on. SD is adequate to fall asleep to!

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Old 06-06-2015, 11:29 PM   #12
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Most likely you will not notice much difference in picture quality on the small TV in the bedroom. They are only 720p anyway

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