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distribution amplifiers for sky and LCD TV

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by Rookies, Oct 29, 2005.

  1. Rookies

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    Hi All,

    At the moment I have sky linked upstairs to my bedroom LCD but it not as clear as I wish it to be. I do have it link through a magic eye. But If I take the LCD downstiars and connect with it a small cable to the sky the picture is how I want it. So I think I need to invest in a distribution amplifiers dont i? IF so what do you all have and how do you rate it? I been looking at getting the TVlink version to go with my Magic eye.

    Please help

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    If you have your sky box downstairs and then coax cable running to your LCD in your bedroom then the picture will not be brilliant, thats the system I have but my LCD is in the lounge but all I have in other rooms are portables and the picture quality does not matter
     
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    Are you saying I wont be able to get the picture any better than I have now? As what I did was took the lcd downstairs and connected it up with a small Coax cable and it quite good. So I though having it run through a distribution amplifiers it will help?>
     
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    your cable can't possibly be terminated properly, get the soldering iron out and / or buy some better quality connectors :)
     

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