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Hi - noob here, just bought a projector and can't figure out how to link up my tv link attic box to my projector.

I have an Optoma hd600x-lv projector with an hdmi splitter which currently has one hdmi cable coming through it from a PS3 (which is connected to a samsung dvd/surround sound dvd player.

The link box has a coxial out cable I believe - how can I get this to work with my projector?

many thanks.
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Can you clarify what your "tv link attic box" is? Are you talking about your analog/digital tv converter box? If that's the case you'll need to get a component or HDMI video output?
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Can you clarify what your "tv link attic box" is? Are you talking about your analog/digital tv converter box? If that's the case you'll need to get a component or HDMI video output?

Hi sorry for the delay - have not had a great time with my first projector, in fact its been sent back (rainbow effect!).

As far as I know (new house - will have to go back up the attic again to check) the box takes an input from an RF2 output coming from the back of a digital box and then allows output via coaxial cable to various rooms in the house - does that sound right?!
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