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2006 Carver 36MY TV cable question

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Re: 2006 Carver 36MY TV cable question

Postby Cliffm » December 31st, 2018, 4:07 pm

Midnightsun wrote:Source of the post Mine is a 2007 so I would assume similarly wired. The switch under the stairs allow for A/B selection. Arch mounted antenna or dockside cable. Maybe you already have it? Under the protective cover where your shore power is you may have one marked telephone/cable.


You were spot on, that's our setup!
I think PO had disconnected both TVS due to installing larger flat panel TVs on articulating mounts. We will be hooking up and checking out next visit.

Thanks again on the information.

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Re: 2006 Carver 36MY TV cable question

Postby Cliffm » January 14th, 2019, 10:21 am

**update**
turns out our Shakespeare 3015 SeaWatch Marine TV Antenna selection switch under the salon stairs, is bad. Connected inlet coax directly to comcast/xfinity cable box, and all was good.

now using 1byOne flat panel antenna's on both TV's for improved reception, with salon TV using HDMI-1 cable box input (wife/Captain) loves that!

Our salon clarion dvd player refuses to work, so a Sanyo BlueRay player from walmart $48, was added to salon on HDMI-2, all ready for the summer over nights now!

Thanks again for all the feedback.

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