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Steve5678

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Is there any way I can improve the signal for my TV2 UHF remote with the 722? I can't move the box anywhere different than it already is now.
 

47HO

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Yes, remove the UHF antenna from the back of the 722 and connect a length of coax cable. Then reposition the UHF antenna and connect the other end of the coax to it.

I moved mine from almost on the floor on my 622 to a higher position on my center speaker shelf and it helped my remote response greatly.
 

Steve5678

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Thanks! I just used coax cable to get it up a little higher and it works great! Couldn't use the second method, all connectors were being used on it.
 

Stargazer

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If all connectors are being used on a two-way splitter than get a three-way splitter and use the additional output for the antenna.
 

jasonhutch

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If all connectors are being used on a two-way splitter than get a three-way splitter and use the additional output for the antenna.

I just moved my 622 to the basement and now I'm also having problems with the TV2 remote receiving the signals. I tried positioning the antenna higher using coax but it didn't help much. I would like to try the splitter solution but need more info. My 622 already is using a diplexer on both ends to send the backfeed. Can I still use a splitter to move the antenna upstairs? What type of splitter do I need to purchase? Thanks!
 

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