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Hi Guys,


New to this site, I'm down in Melbourne Australia so there will be a considerable time delay in posts LOL.


My set up is as follows:


Foxtel ( digital Sat TV ) 480i Box : http://www.foxtel.com.au/discover/pr...ns/default.htm connected to my Pioneer Kuro via HDMI.


We want to be able to watch Foxtel channels in our bedroom or the for the kids to watch the channels whilst we may be watching a DVD for example.


I bought this http://www.dse.com.au/cgi-bin/dse.st.../product/L6028 from Dick Smith/Tandy to send the signal to the TV upstairs, it is connected using Scart from Foxtel box to RCA's and then the receiver upstairs is connected via S Video to RCA's into the TV.


The picture quality is 8 out of 10 but audio is literally 3 out of 10 with plenty of interference.


So, now that you can see my set up and what I would like to do, my questions are:


1) Is there a way of keeping the sender / receiver set up purely for changing the channels on the Set top box downstairs, whilst having cable running straight from the set top box to our TV upstairs.


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2) Is there an easier way using exisitng Antenna cabling RG6 and sending the signal back up to the antenna splitter box and then back down to the antenna socket in our bedroom, but still keeping the sender/receiver unit to change channles on the set-top box downstairs.


This may have already been discussed on here somewhere and I apologise if I have gone over previously discussed issues.


Many Thanks
 

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1) I would think you could use the sender/receiver just for changing channels. That channel is in the reverse direction of the video channel and should be independent of what (if anything) you are sending over the video channel.
 
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