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Can I use one receiver for multiple TVs?
If you generally don't watch different channels on different TVs at the same time, you can get satellite service on more than one TV by sending the output to more than one TV.

Most receivers have at least two outputs on them. While one is usually intended for a VCR, you can use it for a second TV, too. Of course, you'll see the same video on both TVs. However, if you only use one TV or the other at any given time, it won't matter.

If you want to change channels independently on each TV, you'll need a second receiver.

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