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CT100 Extension

Discussion in 'Satellite TV, Sky TV & FreeSat' started by Waser, Jun 4, 2004.

  1. Waser

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    I need some help extending my CT100 Sky dish cable by about 3 - 5 meters. I am looking to move my TV to the other side of the room. Is this possible by using an extension of some sort? Or do you have to replace the cable in its entirety?

    If it is possible any ideas where I can get one?
     
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    A Maplin QQ79L will do this - it's 5m long
     
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    Great! Thanks a lot pentode! I'll check out a Maplins this weekend.
     
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    Thanks Fernsehman Maplin's quite close to me though so I will grab the one from there.
     
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    I use Maplin quite a lot but it's not so convenient if you live 100 miles from the nearest! Problem I have is I use about a gallon of petrol to get there and then I buy half the blooming shop. It's just sooo tempting to think "while I'm here I'll just buy a spare firewire cable and a USB2 cable and I rather like the look of those gold-plated connectors and I could do with one of those.."

    So in my case, mail-order is definitely cheaper! :rolleyes:
     

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