Originally Posted by axxel6307
The tuner signal cant be split?
You can split the incoming signal to feed multiple tuners.
You can power-split the outgoing signal from the Magnavox to feed multiple displays.
But in the end, you have just one
tuner in the Magnavox. You can tune only one
channel at a time. That's it -- one tuner=one channel.
To do what you want to do you have to get a second tuner into the act. You can split the incoming signal and send one side to the Magnavox for recording and the other side to an ATSC converter box (remember those gov't coupon converter boxes (CECB) we all got at the start of the DTV transition). I guess you can do this without a separate splitter since the Magnavox has Rf-out. Send the antenna into the Magnavox and send the Rf out from the Magnavox to a CECB. This still requires that your analog TV to have enough inputs to handle this.Edited by Kelson - 9/16/13 at 6:13am