We have a box and the channels work in that one room. We have a few other tvs but only some channels are working, do we need more boxes? I read somewhere that one box could have other tvs connected to it, is that right?
I'm just following up to see if your questions have been answered. As buckycat and kevinds have mentioned, you could connect multiple TVs up to one digital box. But when you change channel on the digital box, it would show the same channel on every TV.
Another option to having a digital box on each TV is our Gateway system. Each TV would still need a separate portal, but each portal would connect to a central Gateway. More information on the Gateway system can be found at Gateway System & Total Home Portal.
I believe you need a box for each TV
One box can have more than one TV connected to it, but every TV connected to it would have to watch the same channel, and you would be going back to the box to change channels.
The cost of setting up remote extenders, and the convience of watching different TV channels on each TV, you are better off getting a box for each TV.
So in other words you need a box for each TV unless you want to watch the same thing on every tv at the same time at a cost probably greater than boxes.
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