Using 2 OTA modules on Hopper 3 (1 Viewer)

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cmcgrail

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Is it possible to use 2 OTA modules on the H3 simultaneously?

I am able to pick up both Phoenix and Tucson locals at my location. The Tucson antenna is connected via USB OTA and Phoenix locals are on dish.

When I combined both antennas using a two-way splitter, I starting getting RF reflections.
They work perfectly when connected individually.

I would purchase another ota module and run each antenna separate if allowed.

Thanks for your help.
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DishSubLA

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Considering all those many OTA sub Channel services available today, a USB OTA for Dish equipment with say at least four tuners with actually be very useful certainly in my case.
 
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dishdude

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I'm shocked you can DX with an OTA module. I'm 12 miles from South Mountain and the Phoenix locals drop out all the time with my ViP 612.
 

crodrules

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I'm shocked you can DX with an OTA module. I'm 12 miles from South Mountain and the Phoenix locals drop out all the time with my ViP 612.
The single-tuner OTA adapter can actually be quite good. I used to have several channels from Detroit scanned into the guide on my Wally from the old single-tuner adapter. After re-scanning with the dual-tuner adapter, I no longer have any of them.
 
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