Fios One Mini output to a second TV
PLMGuy
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I just got rid of an ancient set-top box and replaced it with a FIOS One Mini.  The old stb hd a coax out port, and the Fios Mini has no output port that I can tell.  I want to link a second TV to the FIO One Mini that will mirror the primary TV connected to it.  How can I do this?

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Re: Fios One Mini output to a second TV
clem21
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@PLMGuy wrote:

I just got rid of an ancient set-top box and replaced it with a FIOS One Mini.  The old stb hd a coax out port, and the Fios Mini has no output port that I can tell.  I want to link a second TV to the FIO One Mini that will mirror the primary TV connected to it.  How can I do this?


The mini should have come with a composite adapter, looks like a 3/8" plug with a white, red and yellow RCA plug on the other end. That would get you composite out, but you can only have 1 active output at a time. You would need a distribution Amplifier, or splitter like this:

https://www.amazon.com/Splitter-LinkS-Amplifier-Source-Displays/dp/B0732MD43P/ref=sxin_9_ac_d_mf_br?...

or like this:

https://www.amazon.com/Orei-HDMI-Duplicator-Splitter-OREI-dp-B0891L7XDH/dp/B0891L7XDH/ref=dp_ob_titl...

Can't say which will work, but I believe the second one is more likely to do what you want.

Those are if you want an HD duplicate.

If you want a composite duplicate, use something like this:

https://www.amazon.com/Splitter-Composite-Video-Audio-Analog/dp/B07MFNF4CT/ref=sr_1_13?dchild=1&keyw...

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Re: Fios One Mini output to a second TV
clem21
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MVP

@PLMGuy wrote:

I just got rid of an ancient set-top box and replaced it with a FIOS One Mini.  The old stb hd a coax out port, and the Fios Mini has no output port that I can tell.  I want to link a second TV to the FIO One Mini that will mirror the primary TV connected to it.  How can I do this?


The mini should have come with a composite adapter, looks like a 3/8" plug with a white, red and yellow RCA plug on the other end. That would get you composite out, but you can only have 1 active output at a time. You would need a distribution Amplifier, or splitter like this:

https://www.amazon.com/Splitter-LinkS-Amplifier-Source-Displays/dp/B0732MD43P/ref=sxin_9_ac_d_mf_br?...

or like this:

https://www.amazon.com/Orei-HDMI-Duplicator-Splitter-OREI-dp-B0891L7XDH/dp/B0891L7XDH/ref=dp_ob_titl...

Can't say which will work, but I believe the second one is more likely to do what you want.

Those are if you want an HD duplicate.

If you want a composite duplicate, use something like this:

https://www.amazon.com/Splitter-Composite-Video-Audio-Analog/dp/B07MFNF4CT/ref=sr_1_13?dchild=1&keyw...