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Connecting twin satellite cable to receiver



 
 
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Old June 3rd 13, 09:20 PM posted to uk.tech.digital-tv
rbel[_2_]
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Default Connecting twin satellite cable to receiver


I will be running twin WF100 2x7mm cable through an exterior wall to
an interior position adjacent to a receiver/HTPC. Is there likely to
be a discernable difference in the signal between connecting directly
to the receiver using F plugs and terminating the cable at a twin wall
F plug socket and then running fly leads to the receiver?
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Old June 4th 13, 02:11 AM posted to uk.tech.digital-tv
Bill Wright[_2_]
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Default Connecting twin satellite cable to receiver

rbel wrote:
I will be running twin WF100 2x7mm cable through an exterior wall to
an interior position adjacent to a receiver/HTPC. Is there likely to
be a discernable difference in the signal between connecting directly
to the receiver using F plugs and terminating the cable at a twin wall
F plug socket and then running fly leads to the receiver?

No, as long as the wallplate has two 'f' barrels (thro connectors).
Don't use the unscreened ****e currently available.
 




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