Can anyone help me?
When I had a VM Tivo box, I could watch on another TV, programmes that I had recorded.
A scart lead from the Tivo into a Mercury RF Modulator, then onto my other TV enabled me to watch that particular channel.
Is there anyway I can successfully do this with the Humax FVP-4000T?
I tried the set up with the Tivo and this didn't work.
I've tried all kinds of boosters and newer RF Modulators with no success.
Is there any way this can be achieved? If so, how?
*Please don't mention the H3 as that has been the worst experience had*
Just after a similar set up I originally had
Connect to another TV?(14 posts)
Hello,Thu 17 Jan 2019 12:01:40 #1 |
Use the Yellow (CVBS Video out) and Red/White Analog audio to feed the Mercury Modulator (These are the same connections that were used in the scart cable formerly used. The Mercury modulator has seperate connections for these. You just need 3 RCA Phono cables or a AV cable
On the 5000T - FVP Button - Settings - General Settings Video - SD Output - Always OnThu 17 Jan 2019 13:17:34 #2 |
I tried that but I didn't alter the box settings.
Will try again later ????Thu 17 Jan 2019 16:20:43 #3 |
CheersThu 17 Jan 2019 16:21:17 #4 |
tuttioi - 20 seconds ago »
grahamlthompson - 1 month ago »
tuttioi - 30 minutes ago »
I take it that worked
By default the SD analogue outputs are turned off when the box is HDMI connected. Fooled me for a short period
Didn't get to do until yesterday, and yes, it works
Nice oneMon 25 Feb 2019 19:48:41 #7 |
Thank you Graham for that helpful information on how to change the default of the SD output. It would be nice if it was mentioned in the manual!Mon 1 Apr 2019 23:19:11 #8 |
As they probably didn't consider that a tiny proportion of users would try to connect the box to two display devices simultaneously, why would they mention it in the manual?Tue 2 Apr 2019 8:46:42 #9 |
Trev - 2 hours ago »
As they probably didn't consider that a tiny proportion of users would try to connect the box to two display devices simultaneously, why would they mention it in the manual?
I think the manual should cover all the available settings but with the emphasis placed on the most commonly used ones.Tue 2 Apr 2019 11:17:14 #10 |
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