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How should I split my FM/DAB signal?


Standard Member
I have a plate on the wall that has two sockets. The standard TV RF one and an FM/DAB one.

I need to split this so that one cable goes into the RF FM input of my tuner and the other into the F connector DAB input.

Do I just need to buy a Y splitter to split the signal and then put an F connector adapter on the end of one of the RF cables, or is there something more complicated that needs to be done? Do you need more info about what's on the ariel to tell me?


Active Member
I've just split a signal from a roof-mounted DAB aerial, to feed the separate DAB and FM aerial sockets on a Denon TU1800DAB tuner.

I used one of these from Maplins.

It's working fine, but I do have a very strong signal.

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