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Answer #1 | 02/09 2015 12:33
You don't. The DVD player is only for playing DVDs on your TV. That's it. The satellite receiver is only for watching TV via the satellite. That's it. Both devices require their own connection to the TV. If your TV doesn't have enough ports, you can buy an AV switch from any store that sells TVs and TV accessories.
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Answer #2 | 02/09 2015 14:21
How exactly do you want them to work together? Those are 2 totally different devices that do different things.
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Answer #3 | 02/09 2015 16:02
The following assumes you have an HD receiver for your satellite system. If you don't, update your question for a different answer. 1. Using an HDMI cable, connect the output of the satellite receiver to the HDMI-1 input on your TV. 2. Connect your DVD player to another input on the TV. The input choice and cable you use depends on what type DVD player you have. If it's a Blu-ray or upscaling HD player like mine, use another HDMI cable and connect it to HDMI-2 on your TV. If it doesn't have an HDMI output, connect it using either component or composite cables in the usual manner. From that point it's a simple matter of changing the input on your TV when you want to watch satellite channels or a DVD. How you do that depends on the TV, but it will be a function on your remote.
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Answer #4 | 02/09 2015 21:21
How exactly do you want them to work together? Those are 2 totally different devices that do different things.
Answer #5 | 02/09 2015 19:33
You don't. The DVD player is only for playing DVDs on your TV. That's it. The satellite receiver is only for watching TV via the satellite. That's it. Both devices require their own connection to the TV. If your TV doesn't have enough ports, you can buy an AV switch from any store that sells TVs and TV accessories.
Answer #6 | 02/09 2015 23:02
The following assumes you have an HD receiver for your satellite system. If you don't, update your question for a different answer. 1. Using an HDMI cable, connect the output of the satellite receiver to the HDMI-1 input on your TV. 2. Connect your DVD player to another input on the TV. The input choice and cable you use depends on what type DVD player you have. If it's a Blu-ray or upscaling HD player like mine, use another HDMI cable and connect it to HDMI-2 on your TV. If it doesn't have an HDMI output, connect it using either component or composite cables in the usual manner. From that point it's a simple matter of changing the input on your TV when you want to watch satellite channels or a DVD. How you do that depends on the TV, but it will be a function on your remote.
Answer #7 | 02/09 2015 23:32
DVD players don't "work with" satellite receivers. They are separate sources and should have no interaction whatsoever.
Answer #8 | 02/09 2015 16:32
DVD players don't "work with" satellite receivers. They are separate sources and should have no interaction whatsoever.

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