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05-09-2005 08:04 AM #1
Diplexing a satellite input and output to 2 nd TV
I m new to the forum and this might seem like a dumb qustion but here it goes. I want to use one receiver for 2 TV s and I want to use my existing cables prewired in my house. Here is the scenario:
I am running a rg-6 line from my sw 21 switch (outside) to my junction box in my house. From there I am directly connecting the wire to the appropriate cable outlet where my receiver is. I want to send the decoded signal to another TV upstairs which is connect to the junction box also. Would diplexing the signal work to get the signal upstairs?
If not, what would?
Any help is appreciated.
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05-09-2005 08:12 AM #2Pub Member / Supporter
Well, if you've got a main junction in your basement with feed running to everywhere you want, then yeah, just diplex the output back to the junction (always using 2 diplexers of course). You will need to split the output from your reciever first so that you HAVE an extra output to diplex. Then, once you get to your main junction with the output signal from the diplexer, you can feed it to whatever you want. Or, get a (high quality for less fuzz) splittler and put the output to EVERY TV in your house! YEAH!!! I hope your remote is UHF.
05-09-2005 10:48 AM #3
make sure you hook up the diplexer right. you can pass satellite through a diplexer backwards, and it won't act right down the road, or you may have satellite signal but no secondary tv
05-09-2005 11:31 AM #4SatelliteGuys Freshman
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What freq range do I need for Dish Network di-plexer?
What frequency range do I need for a Dish Network di-plexer? Do I need DC pass on SAT only?
05-09-2005 01:13 PM #5Supporting Founder
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These are di-plexers are great get two of them as ZandarKoad stated put them in there you go. I would steer clear of Rat shack di-plexers at one point in time I had a small bucket full of bad ones.
05-09-2005 06:29 PM #6
Originally Posted by joshschuler