Question Distribution amplifiers? Can I combine them?

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  1. sanjay789

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    Getting a bit confused.

    I have aerial/uhf , Dab and fm coming down on separate aerial cables.

    I bought the labgear ldu608g, but I’ve realised that won’t be enough outputs. I need atleast 11 out.

    Can I combine this with another dist amp like the ldl216 (16 output), to get more outputs abs is it as simple as connecting one of the outputs from the first dist amp into and input for the second?, or so I have to split the uhf signal and split the dab/fm and combine for the ldl216?
     
  2. grahamlthompson

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    Use on in two out passive splitters on as many outputs you need to get 11. Not generally a good idea to cascade amplifiers.
     
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    Won't the 16 output do on its own & retire the other amp... it's a cleaner job wiring & rf wise.
     

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