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Old 06-12-2019, 03:23 AM   #1
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'19 ACE 32.1 is there an HDMI switch box?

I'm trying to figure things out.
I have a DVD player with HDMI cable that goes into a wall.
3 TVs in the RV.
The only one that has HDMI plugged into TV is the outside unit.
DVD powers but I can't get any video, menu to display on any TVs.

Two questions:
1. Is HDMI downconverted into coax and then fed to all the TVs?
2. If it's a straight run from DVD to outdoor TV, are there any splitters, converters or other magical devices between DVD and TV?

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Old 06-14-2019, 02:57 PM   #2
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Model: ACE 30.2
State: California
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The short answer is no. I have a 30.2 that has 5 tv's. There are separate HDMI cables coming from the dinette tv and the outside tv to a cabinet above the sofa where the DVD player is. You have to manually plug the appropriate cable into the DVD player. The other three TV's are just on the cable coax feed. I bought an HDMI switch box to put in the cabinet. I also put a separate DVD player in the bedroom. This made more sense to me because if i'm laying in bed watching a movie, i don't have to get up and go out to the front to turn off the DVD player. Also, The inverter for powering the tv's is under the bed so all i have to do is reach over the edge to turn it off.
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