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Viewing Sky TV in another room is usually done via a Sky Multiscreen package, which involves paying an additional monthly fee. However, there are many others ways to achieve Sky TV in other rooms for free. Below are alternatives methods to view Sky TV in other rooms. We have also provided methods to remotely control your Sky box from your other room.Watching Sky TV in other Rooms using HDMI Advantages: Does not require an extra Sky box. An extra subscription to Sky is not needed. HDMI cables offer superb picture quality. You will therefore experience the same image on both TV’s. Disadvantages: You have to run an HDMI cable through your house to the second TV. HDMI cables can be very expensive, Approximately $19 for 50ft (or £13.5 for 15m). What’s needed? HDMI Cable. Length will depend upon the distance from your Sky box to your second TV. HDMI to Ethernet converter. Length will depends upon the distance from your Sky box to your second TV. How to set it up: Connect a short HDMI cable into your Sky box. Connect the other end of the HDMI cable into the input port of Sky TV Link. Length will depends upon the distance from your Sky box to your second TV. How to set it up:
Image on a second TV is achieved via coaxial cable (TV Arial) with this method. Sky TV boxes have a coaxial socket at the rear that outputs a video signal to a second TV. You should only use high quality double screen coaxial cables for this to reduce interference.Connect a short HDMI cable into your Sky box. Connect the other end of the HDMI cable into the input port of Watching Sky TV in other Rooms using Extra Sky TV Box’s Advantages: Will operate the same as the original Sky box. This means you will have an additional remote control. Disadvantages: You will need to pay extra money towards your Sky subscription.