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Old 09-06-2016, 08:42 AM   #1
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Satellite receiver HDMI tie-in location on the 2017 FC?

Getting ready to add the satellite receiver to the overhead compartment in the new 2017 FC26U. Can I assume that there's a hidden HDMI switch located in the compartment behind the DVD player where I can jack in?

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I have 2017 26U and looked into having RF modul Satellite antenna mounted on roof. I removed the two screws on side of box holding the blue ray player. Under that box is 2 way splitter from blue ray player and coax cable Sat labeled as well. I need to have aluminum bracket fabricated to fasten the Satellite antenna to . I have 2 ac units, not much room left on roof.
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Getting ready to add the satellite receiver to the overhead compartment in the new 2017 FC26U. Can I assume that there's a hidden HDMI switch located in the compartment behind the DVD player where I can jack in?
The blu-ray output goes to an HDMI splitter and then to both TV's. When I added sat TV, I replaced the blu-ray with the sat receiver and plugged its output to the HDMI splitter. Now we have sat TV in both TVs
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If you are wanting both look at the HDMI Matrix box at Monoprice. There's a few people on here who have used that to put multiple HDMI sources in to the splitter so they can have Apple TV + BluRay + Sat + Game system, etc.
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I installed a 3 switch box switch, that allow 3 different sources, I plan to use it for Blue ray player, Chrome cast and Satellite receiver.The switch comes with a wireless remote to switch between the sources, and I was able to tuck all wire under the blue ray self.
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