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SatelliteGuys Pro
Oct 28, 2016
hello i need help with something and i really hope that im in the right spot and if im not im sorry and just let me know where to go and ask.

so heres what i need help with. i have two rf modulator 3/4 channel type and want to combine the two together. one signal on channel 3 and another on channel 4. when i use a splitter backwards it seems the channels bleed over onto each other. it seems i only can run one or the other cant run both of them at same time. looking to be able to change channel on tv from 3 to 4. first pic is on channel 4 second pic is on channel 3. im thinking i need a filter of some sort? thanks


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SatelliteGuys Master
May 5, 2007
Salem, OR
In the future, you should endeavor to make your subject more to the point. Laying out specifically what you're after in the first sentence of your post is also helpful to those who might try to help you.

Generally speaking analog channels that are adjacent never worked very well.

I'd suggest that the "General Home Theater Discussion" forum would probably be best for this kind of question since analog modulators introduce more problems than they solve in modern cable TV and satellite setups.
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SatelliteGuys Family
Mar 18, 2019
Those cheap rf modulators are very wide so they tend to bleed to adjacent channels so just buy a external modulator and put one on a different channel.
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