2018 Sunseeker 3010DS TV Hookup questions
We bought a 2018 3010DS Sunseeker and are confused with the way the hookups to the TV are implemented. As usual, there is little to no documentation on this and I am left to figure this out on my own. Three basic questions:
1. How are the two TVs connected to the outside cable and rooftop antenna? As far as I can tell, there are coax cables leading from each source (outside cable and antenna) through some kind of box that then connects to the two TVs via coax. Best I can tell, these are splitters of some kind. I have found that if you tune the TVs to cable and the antenna booster is on, the TV does not get the cable signal: this tells me it is a fairly simple hookup... can anyone confirm?
2. We are now trying to hook a satellite dish qnd receiver into our coach. It works perfectly fine, but I have no way to hook it up via the outside cable port. Since I have no idea how this cable port connects so I can then place the receiver in between it and the TV I have had to kluge a hookup by running the sat cable through a window and then via the HDMI2 port provided above the Jensen unit above the door. This is good since we can watch regular cable and analog TV and switch to sat TV via when we want, but the jumble of wires makes this unsustainable in the long term. It is hard to beleive that the designers at FR did not provide a simpler solution to such a common requirement.
3. Finally, while I am at it, what is the purpose of the Coax outlet in the space above the Jensen unit? There is an HDMI port as well which I have determined is connected to the one TV as HDMI2, and presume that the Coax is similarly connected to one or both TVs somehow, but for the life of me, I cannot figure that out. In case you are wondering, on the off chance that it was a direct link from the outside cable outlet, I tried sandwiching my sat receiver in between the TV (via the HDMI port) and that port... it did not work. I know that having a satellite feed where there are splitters in use is a bad idea so this was a long shot at best.
Is there anyone out there that had figured this out yet? I did check previous posts but there was nothing on the new 3010 model.
Thanks for helping in any case.
Roger (a Canadian in Florida trying to get hockey on TV!)