Can you have two TVs on the same cable box?

Answer no you cantYes, but they will both have the same program.

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Can you hook up a cable modem& cable TV to the same Comcast cable?

Yes. You can use a cable splitter to allow more than one device to use a single cable line, but there is often interference and reduced quality to all attached devices.References:Comcast: Can I Use... Read More »

If you have direct TV if you buy a dvr and then later switch to cable can you use the same DVR?

Short answer, yes. It needs to be installed with a clear view of the southern sky. If you're in a complex without a clear view or just can't install it on the roof, your only non-dish option is cab... Read More »

How do get the DVD player & Cable TV on the same component so you won't have to switch back & forth to watch?

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Does Cable Internet and Cable TV use the same coaxel outlet?

TV and internet should come through the same cable. The cable will be split after leaving the wall using a splitter. One of the two resulting cables will run to your TV or Cable receiver, the other... Read More »