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andrewj0781

andrewj0781

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I was thinking about putting a splitter on tv2 so tv would show in my bedroom and shadow it to another bedroom. So I can get rid of a receiver so when my wife uses the treadmill she can watch tv. What voltage will I need to handle the signal?
 
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sam_gordon

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Assuming you're just talking about splitting the TV2 RF Out, there should be no voltage on that line. Unless you're running a LONG line, just get a standard cable/OTA splitter from Radio Shack/Lowe's/Home Depot, etc.
 
Dah-Henny

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Assuming you're just talking about splitting the TV2 RF Out, there should be no voltage on that line. Unless you're running a LONG line, just get a standard cable/OTA splitter from Radio Shack/Lowe's/Home Depot, etc.
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My of my kids moved back home several weeks ago & I just put a splitter inline on TV2 coax & all is well.
 

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