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bakkerman

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Mar 17, 2010
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Hey I am new here and am hoping someone reads this that knows some information that may be able to help me. I have one line of rg6 coming in to my house which my directv is using. I am needing to hook up internet through comcast also, which also uses rg6 cable. can I run both signals through one rg6 cable and then split them back off once they are inside my house? I am trying to avoid running another rg6 cable into the side of the house and fishing cable isnt any fun. Thanks for any help!
 
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iliketj

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Nov 17, 2009
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nope, directv runs off low voltage, 13 and 18 volts for different polorazations off the lnb, that's why you can't ever use a splitter for directv, your modem runs off rf, off the 109 ch most likely, you can split that
 
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