Diplexer Issues

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A few weeks ago I posted a question concerning the use of diplexers to combine TV 2 signal with a satellite signal. I finally had a chance to try it but did not get very good results. The TV 2 picture was a little fuzzy. Is there anything that can be done about this?

I used the Holland diplexers that were recommended by E*. Thanks for the help!!
 
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Try changing to a lower TV2 channel like Ch. 21 AIR on your receiver and TV.
 
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D* = DirecTV
E* = Echostar, AKA "Dish"
 
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Sorry about that D*, I meant to say E*.
 
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Thats why I always just spell it out: Dish, or Direct

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larsh74 said:
A few weeks ago I posted a question concerning the use of diplexers to combine TV 2 signal with a satellite signal. I finally had a chance to try it but did not get very good results. The TV 2 picture was a little fuzzy. Is there anything that can be done about this?

I used the Holland diplexers that were recommended by E*. Thanks for the help!!


Something to keep in mind, it's really easy to put a diplexer backwards. That will give a TV2 fuzz
 

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