Unstuck a lot of them because it was getting cluttered. I put the links to those threads in the "read before posting" sticky thread which is the Most Ignored Thread on the Internet.http://www.avsforum.com/forum/25-hdtv-technical/179095-official-avs-hdtv-stb-synopsis.html
Not sure why but this thread seems to have been unstuck,...
Yep thats where I found the link to the thread I linked to, currently second from the bottom on the first page of this forum.
Yes I completely missed it wondered what happened to all those stickies, I agree it was starting to take up quite a bit of the first screen.Unstuck a lot of them because it was getting cluttered. I put the links to those threads in the "read before posting" sticky thread which is the Most Ignored Thread on the Internet.
Yes I knew, I just wanted to point out(to the OP) where I had found the link.I meant the OP, not you.
Oddly enough, I followed that. AND I'm drinking.Yes I knew, I just wanted to point out(to the OP) where I had found the link.
By quoting you I kind of thought it could lead to confusion but wanted to point out to the OP a very similar thread just down near the bottom of the 1st page.
Happy Holidays to all
Hmmm, no way to do it inside Windows 10?Using what you have:
Downgrade Win 10 to Win 7, use the included Windows Media Center to operate the TV tuner card. Then connect the XBOX to the Projector to extend the Media Center to your projector.
This is a $0 cost path.
Alternatively, use the TV tuner card software on the PC and connect HDMI out from the PC to the projector.
I use OTA and streaming services only. I did see the OTA tuners but was wondering if any combination of equipment I have could perform the simple function. I think coax in to tuner card on computer then HDMI out to "second monitor" projector would probalby be the best for now.Do you have any type of cable provider right now such as Cox or Dish service. You can also buy a OTA tuner of some kind from Amazon. Screw the coax off of the antenna into and hdmi out to the projector.
I think Next PR and Kodi work in Win 10, but you will need to pay to get TV guide loaded. It is free in Win 7.Hmmm, no way to do it inside Windows 10?
The HDMI out from the PC is actually something I should have thought of already... I was thinking the HDMI run would be too long because it's in a different room, but there is a shared wall so it could be as simple as move the computer and run the coax to the new location and then it's a straight shot through the wall to the AVR. I might give that a try.