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How to combine aerial and satellite signal into 4 output amplifier with one input?

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by jo194, Aug 3, 2005.

  1. jo194

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    Hi,

    Please help!! I want to combine the tv aerial and satellite second output into a 4 output amplifier to feed to 4 rooms. However the amplifier only has one input socket.

    Thanks in advance, have been scratching our heads all day!

    Jo
     
  2. BDCSTENG GARETH

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    Plug the arial feed into the i/p of the sky box, then take the o/p of the sky box and then feed to the amp. The sky box will insert its feed on to the RF and all will be combined.

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    As BDC.... says.

    Your sky box has a loop through on the RF, if you plug the aerial into sky box it will pass it straight through and out to the RF2 output whilst adding its own sky channel.

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