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terrestrial and satelite cabling...



 
 
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Old July 16th 03, 11:24 AM posted to uk.tech.digital-tv
David
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Default terrestrial and satelite cabling...


"holmesy" wrote in message
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hi. my terrestrial tv cable comes in through a drilled hole at the front

of
the house, and connects to a socket input. I am thinking of re-wiring my

sat
cable to the same input, increasing the size of the hole, and connecting
both cables to a double output box. Anyone know if this might cause signal
interference as the cables will be so close?



Most people take the cable straight to the digibox.
This is to avoid any problems, of any sort, with uneccessary connections.
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David

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