Add OTA signal to the Directv coax network?

Daranch

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Could I split an input on my Directv and connect an over the air signal? The reason would be to use my jacks as either DTV or OTA. Would there be a conflict?
 

slice1900

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It can't work if you have any Genie clients, so maybe start by telling us what your Directv equipment is.
 
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Jimbo

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Another reason I refuse to upgrade.
I didn't upgrade for the longest time, then finally did years ago, as long as I could keep my HR24's working I was fine (one in RV, genie wouldn't work).
Other than the HR24's getting slow, they are still working ok.
They gave me no option as far as upgrading in this instance.
 
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Jimbo

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I didn't upgrade for the longest time, then finally did years ago, as long as I could keep my HR24's working I was fine (one in RV, genie wouldn't work).
Other than the HR24's getting slow, they are still working ok.
They gave me no option as far as upgrading in this instance.
Correction ...
Genie would work great in the RV, except they won't allow me a 2nd Genie on the same account, even if it's not on the same network.
 

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