In this article you will learn how to easily connect your GOtv decoder to multiple TVs, this means that you don’t have to purchase more than one GOtv in your home.
All you have to do is to connect your single GOtv to all the television in your house.
With GOtv, you have access to a wide range of television channels across the world, not just that, you also have the ability to extend that access to multiple televisions can be a game-changer for your household.
Whether you’re in the living room, bedroom, or even the kitchen, you will never miss out on your favorite program on GOtv.
The first thing you need to know about connecting GOtv to many Televisions is understanding the GOtv connection protocols.
GOtv is a digital terrestrial television service that uses signals transmitted via antennas to provide a variety of TV channels.
To extend this service to multiple televisions, you need to understand the basics of how the signal is distributed and received.
Equipment to Connect GOtv to Multiple Televisions
Before you start connecting multiple televisions to your GOtv service, you will need the following equipment listed below.
- GOtv Decoder
- Television sets
- Coaxial cables
- Remote control(s)
- Signal splitter (if required)
- Signal amplifier (optional)
Setting Up Multiple Televisions for GOtv
1. Preparing Your Devices
Before you begin, ensure that your GOtv decoder is properly installed and activated. You also have to make sure that your televisions are in working condition.
2. Choosing the Right Cables
To connect your GOtv decoder to multiple televisions, you will need high-quality coaxial cables.
These cables transmit both audio and video signals, ensuring optimal picture and sound quality.
3. Setting Up the First Television
Connect one end of the coaxial cable to the “RF Out” port on your GOtv decoder.
Connect the other end of the cable to the “RF In” or “Antenna In” port on your first television.
After that, you have to power on the television and the GOtv decoder.
4. Extending to Additional Televisions
If you want to connect more televisions, you will need a signal splitter. Connect the “RF Out” port of the GOtv decoder to the input port of the signal splitter.
Connect coaxial cables from the output ports of the splitter to the “RF In” or “Antenna In” ports of the additional televisions. Then power on the televisions and the GOtv decoder.
Poor Signal After Connecting GOtv to Multiple TVs?
If you have bad/poor signal after connecting your GOtv to multiple televisions, then you will need to install a signal amplifier.
For larger homes or areas with weak signals, installing a signal amplifier may be necessary, in other to improve the quality of your GOtv view.
Troubleshooting Common Issues on GOtv
- Weak Signal Problems: If you experience a weak signal on any of the televisions, ensure that all cables are original and are connected properly. You may also consider using a signal amplifier as mentioned to strengthen the signal if necessary.
- Audio and Video Synchronization: If you notice audio and/or video lag, make sure all cables are also properly connected. If the issue persists, check the settings on your televisions for audio delay options.
- Remote Control Functionality: If the remote control is not working as expected on some connected televisions, make sure that there are no obstructions between the remote and the decoder. You might need to pair the remote with the decoder again.