Connecting 2 TV Links to Sky +

Discussion in 'Sky Digital TV Forum' started by OSM009, Dec 12, 2004.

  1. OSM009

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    Has anybody tried connecting or does anybody know if you can connect 2 TV links to a sky box?

    I want to hide my sky + box away in a cupboard, and keep a link in the bedroom.

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  2. dishdoc

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    yes you can do it, all you need is a tv link compatable 2 way amplifier, from someone like global communications or select electronic. :smashin:
     
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    Thanks for the contacts, global communications look like they do all sorts of sattelite distribution gadgets. Found there site at www.globalcom.co.uk.
    Just ordered the T120 Amplifier which looks like it will do just the job.
     
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    Just been advised I need an additional power supply for the sky + box, which was £7.68 if anyone was looking at a similar setup.
    The whole lot only stands me at about £30 so far so not bad compared to other solutions.
     
  5. dunbad

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    Surely you can just plug one straight into the back of the Sky + bos with your RF coax in the back and then an additional TV Link in the bedroom.

    I tried this and it worked.

    Anyone had any problems with this?

    Thanxs
     
  6. OSM009

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    I must admit I was going to do the same, but my box as just ran out of warranty, and I'm just about to fit a 250 gig drive didn't want to risk burning anything out.
     
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    I can confirn that I did not need an extra Power Supply. I have 2 Sky links plugged into my upstairs digibox feeding my kids 2 bedrooms and the main box in my bedroom.
     

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