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#152247 21-Sep-2014 17:34
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Hello, I have bought a new Panasonic LED TV which doesn't have an analog tuner, my problem is my SKY is connected to another TV and then sent around the house to the other tvs through a cable and watched on the analog channel of the other TVs. Because my new tv doesn't appear to have that option is there another way of getting it onto my TV? If i plug my old tv in the same place I get freeview (built in) and sky through analog TV.

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  #1133180 21-Sep-2014 17:38
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Hi, I am not aware of any Panasonic TVs that dont include an analog option, what model is it.

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  #1133191 21-Sep-2014 17:59
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The easiest way would be to use a HDMI splitter, then use a HDMI over Ethernet extender.

A DVBT modulator is not cheap.

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  #1133203 21-Sep-2014 18:38
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I think you'll find that it has, try
Menu/setup/digital tuning/add Tv signal



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  #1133213 21-Sep-2014 19:08
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cyril7: Hi, I am not aware of any Panasonic TVs that dont include an analog option, what model is it.

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The model is # TH-60AS640Z



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  #1133214 21-Sep-2014 19:16
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Brunzy: I think you'll find that it has, try
Menu/setup/digital tuning/add Tv signal



That did it!! Thanks very much.wink

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  #1134019 22-Sep-2014 19:19
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But, I would second SATTV's excellent advice.

 

 

Quality-wise, you are using the worst option possible to distribute video round the house. Heck, even using RCA (red, white and yellow) connectors would be a lot better than using an RF modulator, which is what you appear to be describing.

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