Disconnect the network cable that is plugged into the TIVO box and then plug that into the HDMI box and connect an HDMI cable from the TIVO/HDMI splitter to the HDMI box then with the HDMI Reciever box what you want to do is connect a network cable to that HDMI Reciever box and the other end into your home network, If you have a second tivo use that cable, Now you should be able to recieve the picture from the main TIVO now, Basicly instead of a "Direct" connection by just using 1 network cable what you have now done is connect the HDMI sender box to your home network and the same with the HDMI reciever box, If you wanted to you could get more of these and just use the receivers "Not the sender" Box's and all the recievers that are connected to the TV's or any displays will now recieve the same MAIN TIVO BOX as that is now connected to you entire home network.
It doesn't matter what types of HDMI splitters you use but it's best to keep them all the same, "NEVER USE 2 OR MORE HDMI Senders on the SAME NETWORK" as this will cause a hell of a lot of problems, Only 1 SENDER and as many RECIEVER'S as you want.
Hi I've opted to do Sam set up as you have suggested but not getting any joy. Is my set up detailed below correct. 1. Splitter from V6 box 2. HDMI to converter 3. HDMI to TV 4. Scary from converter to RF modulator 5. Aerial from modulator to aerial connection for remaining TVs.
Hi there, if it is the same RF modulator that you were using before there is no need to alter the channel but make sure that you have the scart converter set to PAL and not NTSC. I take it that you are routing the aerial through a signal booster if you are sending picture to multiple TV's
I have been using the setup you have for over a month sending to 4 TV's with no problems.
All, I'm also struggling we connecting my system since I've obtained a V6. My issue appears to be with the HDMI splitter, when I connect both HDMI outputs the screen goes blank. Connection details below.
1. V6 hdmi output to hdmi splitter (cable type only, not powered). 2. One hdmi output from splitter to tv. 3. Other hdmi output to input of powered hdmi to scart converter. 4. Output from hdmi converter (scart connection) goes to rf modulator. Rf modulator output goes to coax for multiple TVs.
Do you think I should purchase a powered hdmi splitter ?