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Ariel Advice

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by sh18, Dec 6, 2004.

  1. sh18

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    hi, currently im using a ariel booster for my tv and its rubbish! i need to find some sort of ariel splitter so i can run a cable from my houses main ariel connected to a tv in another room which i could use to connect my tv two so two tvs would be connected to one ariel, where can i find a splitter that will allow me to do this?
     
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    You are currently using the only method that is appropriate. If you just split the signal, but don't amplify it, you will greatly degrade the signal to both sets. Try purchasing a decent amplifier with an attenuator control in case the signal strength is too great. B&Q and Argos sell them and take them back if they don't work. Use decent quality cable without any joins if you can.
     

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