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Old 14-04-2011, 18:06   #1
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Multi room installation?

Hey all does multi room require a second coax cable from terminal or can the tv cable be put through a splitter and daisy chained together?
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Old 15-04-2011, 19:19   #2
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Anyone Please?
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Re: Multi room installation?

Splitter is acceptable.. depends on where the current install is and where you want the new box
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Hey all does multi room require a second coax cable from terminal or can the tv cable be put through a splitter and daisy chained together?
Think I know what you're getting at. A splitter is either put in the omni-box on your outside wall and coax run from there, or the internal cable can be split if necessary. It does not require a second cable from the street cab.
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Daisy chain looses most signal
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