Horseylady, I don't have satellite but my understanding is you have to turn off the TV antenna amplifier, then disconnect the jumper cable. Connect the coax to the input of the jumper and connect the other end to the satellite receiver coax input. From the satellite receiver you have to get the signal over to the TV, either by running coax back down to the jumper plate and connect to the other connector which will goes to the TV back to the TV amplifier plate. The TV would have to be set to Channel 3 or 4. Or you can connect RCA cables to the TV via the audio input panel on the side panel of the audio cabinet. Inside behind the radio is a Sony input box that will switch from the radio/DVD to the TV's RCA cables. The last type of connection is a standalone HDMI cable from the satellite receiver to the TV HDMI. If the TV mount is in the way you can purchase a 90 degree HDMI connector.
Might be easier to install a shelf above he TV to hold the satellite receiver, connect the satellite to the coax connector on the amplifier and run HDMI cable to the TV. Use either the TV speakers or set the Sony radio for TV source for audio. You won't have to worry about disconnecting the jumper.
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