Can i use hd receiver for regular tv Tags: HDTV TV HD Home Theatre Last response: October 1, 2010 1:50 PM in Home Theatre Share Anonymous September 29, 2010 4:28:16 PM Hello, I am getting direcTV and have one hd tv and one regular tv. Can i use an hd receiver on the regular tv so that i can receive whole house dvr? More about : receiver regular mhelm1 October 1, 2010 1:50:12 PM Yes, but why? You can get a non HD reciever for the Non HD TV and save the HD box fee. Be advised that the dvr comes with an extra monthly fee as well. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Can hd tv receiver use a regular tv satellite dish? Forum Can an hd tv use standard cable, TIVO or other standard receiver Forum SolvedNew Flat Screen TV, old HD receiver. Forum got no receiver for surround sound, gt a 50" TV. 5 speakers n a sub, is there anything I can use temp. gt a Wii, DVD player n Forum Why use S/PDIF out from TV with a dedicated receiver Forum Connecting HD Antenna to TV and Yamaha Receiver Forum SolvedI am a Direct TV customer. I already have an HD receiver (& service) for on Forum Regular TV on HD Cable on regular cable? Forum Help :Laptop to Samsung dvd player to tv using regular dvd to tv installation and hdmi to LAPTOP Forum Is it possible to use satelite receiver with internet acess to watch tv channels Forum Regular Quality TV / Movies to HD Quality - Networks do it, can we? Forum Re video card //rgb connection// use tv as monitor and broadcast receiver Forum HD tv on a Dual Dish receiver Forum Can i use my direct tv receiver with a bell dish? Forum I have regular cable can I use an HD tuner to pick up hi def Forum I have a HD tv, do I still need the HD receiver? Forum Using Radeon HD 7770 Win 7 64 bit. Can't get HDMI audio to work through my receiver. Forum I have a TV Tuner, do I still need the HD Receiver? Forum HD Receiver/Standard TV Forum HD Receiver/Standard TV Forum More resources Read discussions in other Home Theatre categories Digital TV DVD Players Set-Top-Box HDTV ReplayTV Satellite TV Tivo !