You need to set the wireless video transmitter next to your cable box. Connect the HDMI cable to output on the cable box, and to the input on the video transmitter. And then plug within the power supply for the video transmitter.
Next locate the wireless video receiver next to the TV and plug within the power cord. Connect one end of the HDMI cable into the output of the wireless receiver and the other end in to the input on the television. The input connection is usually located on the back of the Television, but with some models it is situated on the side.
You should then power on the television utilizing your remote and access the menu. As soon as within the menu scroll down to your program settings and choose video input. Select the input that the wireless receiver is plugged into. And then exit the menu.
Simultaneously press the source button the video transmitter and the wireless receiver, and release the buttons once the LED light appears next to the HDMI label.
If the wireless receiver has multiple channels, you will need to press the channel button on both the transmitter and the receiver until you reach channel 1. If your receiver is really a single channel unit, then you can ignore this step.
You can purchase extra receivers if you want to use the wireless cable TV on much more than 1 television. Depending on the location of the transmitter in reference to the other televisions, you may need to buy a wireless extender that will help boost the signal to reach the other electronics.
While you can use 1 wireless signal for multiple televisions, you'll only be able to view the channel that is selected on the primary cable box. If you would like the ability to watch various channels on each Television, then you need to purchase additional cable boxes from your service provider, which in turn can increase your monthly bill.
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