Using a splitter for three and possibly four 4k Joeys that are in the same location (1 Viewer)

gislands

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Apr 29, 2013
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Hi all,
I currently have a Hopper three in my living room and in my garage I have three 4k Joeys. These feed three tv's that are in the garage (think man cave). Anyways, they are scattered about and I am going to do some rewiring for an audio receiver and I kind of want them all right by each other next to the receiver.
So I think there is two coax feeds coming from the node (? sorry if my terminology is wrong) that go to the three 4k Joeys so one must have a splitter. Also I cannot check as I am on lunch at work right now.
My question is this... can there just be one coax off the the node and then a splitter down the line that breaks off into three or four 4k Joeys?
Thanks for all the help. I have a very basic knowledge of coax and splitters from the old analog cable TV days.
 

Pepper

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Mar 16, 2004
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I have seen a diagram showing three-way splitters to feed 6 joeys from the two client ports on a hybrid solo hub. My understanding of how it works leads me to believe it would work with more than three depending on splitter quality.
 

Riker

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Dec 22, 2004
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Dish would not allow me to have 2 hopper 3 on my account. Prior to getting hopper3 I had two hopper 2 and one joey.
 

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