HI, Few years ago i moved into a new house only to find the previous occupants had cut the external aerial cable. It was no longer long enough to get into the house so I had to find a way to extend it. I looked around a DIY store and came away with an (cheap) extender pack with two plastic sheathed coax plugs and one metal connector, which I duly wired up and got a pretty good signal from. Alas these were obvious for indoor use and although i wrapped them in electric tape it wasn't long before water got in, killing my old VCR, but probably fortunate nothing worse happened. I then added a Surface Mount Socket to the end of the cable in the house. It still had some water leaking into it, but the design appears to help prevent the water from travelling into the internal house cabling. Unfortunately over time the water in the original extender pack degraded the signal to the point where I had to remove it. I've never seen such a horrible sight with rust on the metal and black gunge everywhere. Anyway i've now upgraded my TV and other visual components so I want to get the join between the old cable and a new cable into the house done right. Originally I was looking at getting a new aerial installed since I was unable to get more than a handful of freeview channels, but the new TV with built in freeview amplifier has given me the full range of channels so i'm thinking perhaps I just need to find a waterproof solution for joining the external aerial cable to a new piece that enters the house. My problem is I can't seem to find anything that fits my needs ( I did originally look for external/weatherproof combiner in the shops but found nothing). Looking online i came across this '2 way TV Signal Splitter' (3/4 way down page) http://www.bitzshop.co.uk/acatalog/Amps___Splitters.html and wondering if this is what I need? Essentially then I have a cut external cable coming directly from my chimney mounted aerial. Its several meters short of getting into the ground floor so I need to join/extend it by some waterproof means. Can anyone give me any advice please, or perhaps i'm better off taking the hit and getting a new full aerial installed?