Solved How to connect 2 tvs with eachother?!

August 31, 2015 at 14:23:13
Specs: TV
I bought 2 TVs. One for our living-Room and one for the Kitchen. Both backs face each other. The living-room TV is our main TV and is connected to a little room antenna. I would like to connect the TV in the living room to the kitchen TV.

I don't ever want to use a remote-control for the kitchen. So whatever shows on the living-room TV shall be shadowed to the 2nd TV. Sometimes instead of the Antenna I hook up my Laptop to the TV (through HDMI) to watch Movies, etc.

How can I solve this problem?


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September 1, 2015 at 20:40:01
The samsung link has a download for the manual. It describes setting up audio output. Video output from the TV isn't all that clear but it talked about using a computer as an external monitor via HDMI but that you may need to set up a separate audio connection as that connection may not pass audio.

I suggest you download the manual and have a look at it and then maybe do a little experimenting. The manual is 224 pages but I just did a search for the word 'output' to get that information.



#1
August 31, 2015 at 17:12:42
So, you don't have a cable or Dish or some other Television provider? You have just a regular old standard antenna? Is that right?

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#2
August 31, 2015 at 20:12:42
Does the TV have a HDMI output?
Could connect HDMI output to HDMI input on the kitchen TV


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#3
September 1, 2015 at 00:06:47
Yeah the living room TV would have to have an output port that you could connect to one of the inputs on the kitchen TV.

By the way, OTA TV is great except for the commercials which are all geared to old people.


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#4
September 1, 2015 at 07:21:42
I am not too familiar with output/imputs.
And Yes, I only have a little room antenna, no dish or cable.

This is my Living-Room TV:
http://www.samsung.com/us/video/tvs...

The Kitchen one is small and cheap and has the following out/inputs:
Inputs

3x HDMI
1x USB
1x Composite Video
1x Component Video
1x VGA (PC)
1x Headphone Jack

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September 1, 2015 at 20:40:01
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The samsung link has a download for the manual. It describes setting up audio output. Video output from the TV isn't all that clear but it talked about using a computer as an external monitor via HDMI but that you may need to set up a separate audio connection as that connection may not pass audio.

I suggest you download the manual and have a look at it and then maybe do a little experimenting. The manual is 224 pages but I just did a search for the word 'output' to get that information.


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