Sky plus boxes connections

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  1. italiandave

    italiandave
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    hi all

    Always wondered if I've got my sky plus box connect 100% correctly..

    Sorry must be easy subject for most :-(

    HDMI to TV
    Dish in put 1/2 are used correctly
    Rf2 is into my f140 splitter supplying 2 other TVs.
    Ariel in - have this going into a T splitter with the Ariel lead and then into the main tv
    Rf1 - not connected ?

    Thanks
     
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    Somebody must know if rf1 is connected or not ?
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    It is better to connect your aerial direct to RF input without a splitter and connect RF1 to the TV as long as you do not switch Sky box off at mains or put it into deep standby when you wish to watch terrestrial TV on the TV. Splitters always cause signal losses
     

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