Is their any way to split a Direct TV signal? (1 Viewer)

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so you have two sigals on one TV so you can have a game going on one side of the TV and something for the kids on the other side?
 

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pretty sure you'd need two receivers
 
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do you mean like picture in picture?

yea. I figured I would need two receiver but figured I would ask if there is anyway around doing that.
 

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I KNEW you were gonna come in here and say you can do it wih Dish:smilielol:

you gotta be a stockholder, diat :)
 
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I have done it, but one side of the TV has to be routed through a VCR, or a DVR, Check your manufartures handbook for directions, but I have done it on my RCA television.
 

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