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Multiple TV Connection

I currently have only one TV but had multiple cable outlets activated with my service. Is it as easy as just connecting a coax from TV to an activated outlet to watch a second TV or do I need another cable box?

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Re: Multiple TV Connection

Yes. See my previous response.
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Re: Multiple TV Connection

i have a second cable outlet.  can i hook up an additional tv?

 

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Re: Multiple TV Connection

Many thanks. Very helpful.

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Re: Multiple TV Connection

You can connect another TV to an available outlet and receive whatever analog signals or unencrypted QAM signals are available.  Comcast will also provide up to two free DTA boxes.