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Second box for tv?

We're building a loft conversion and want to install tv in the bedroom-what options are there for watching our same TV options on a second floor tv? Do you need a second box?

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Re: Second box for tv?

That depends on whether you want to watch both TVs at the same time and on different channels. If the answer to that is yes then you would need a second box.
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Re: Second box for tv?

Why not look at TV anywhere from VM:

https://help.virginmedia.com/system/templates/selfservice/vm/help/customer/locale/en-GB/portal/20030...

And for the Cahnnels like BBC and ITV use their TV players. No need for a second TV, an additional box or any extra cabling. Just works from your wifi.

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