That's what is required for starters. The following thread from ATT might help-
You could employ a Matrix 4x4 HDMI switcher to achieve your goal, in combination w/ the three separate UVERSE boxes. See the following example (w/ remote):
There are other versions, some less expensive. Monoprice is an excellent source for such gizmos IME and O ;)>
I'm really hoping someone can help me with this problem because it has been driving me mad trying to figure it out... I am wanting to set up three HDTVs in one room, all the same brand and model, and I was wondering about my options on how to change the channels on each TV SEPARATELY without having to get up and change them manually??? I would like to try and avoid having to buy multiple TVs of different brands to override this problem at all costs.
The plan is to have my computer connected to all three screens while also having a Xbox, Playstation, and AT&T Uverse hooked up to these TVs. So I could be using only two of the screens for my computer at the time and flip on Uverse or play the Xbox on the third one, etc...
I have tried doing some research on this and the only thing I came up with was a device called the " OCELOT Modular Home Control System," but I have no idea what this is other than it uses IR commands...? And I also do not know what IR blasters are either...
I feel like a noob. I usually consider myself to be a techie when it comes to computers, but this has just left me completely flabbergasted. Any help that can be given will be truly appreciated.