How many TV's, DVD players, etc.

egnlsn

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Certainly not with as an analog signal. If you really wanted to be fancy about it and spend some money, you could feed the component outputs of your bluray player into a QAM modulator then insert it into your distribution system at the top end of the bandwidth. Less likely to interfere with signals from the cable company, and you'd have your own local digital (and HD) channel. You wouldn't have to have to deal with rescanning your TV set(s) each time you wanted to watch something.
 

mivey

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Certainly not with as an analog signal. If you really wanted to be fancy about it and spend some money, you could feed the component outputs of your bluray player into a QAM modulator then insert it into your distribution system at the top end of the bandwidth. Less likely to interfere with signals from the cable company, and you'd have your own local digital (and HD) channel. You wouldn't have to have to deal with rescanning your TV set(s) each time you wanted to watch something.
That is a cool idea.

A quick search shows them ranging from $500 to over $3k so I'm guessing one that actually does what is needed without too much flair might be in the $1k to $1.5k range. Probably going to be some ancillary items to go along with it. For that amount, I have too many items further up the wish list. Sounds like fun though.
 
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