Sky+ wall plate

beasty54

Distinguished Member
Hi guys, ive had a search around this forum and around the net and i'm a bit confused as to which wall plate i need. Basically i'm after a plate with 2 F type connectors for the 2 sky feeds and then 1 socket for the standard tv aeriel. Ive been having a look at triple and quad plates but its all a bit confusing because from what i read they all take 1 feed and split it :confused:

I'd appreciate any help guys :smashin:
 

kenlinedancer

Standard Member
Buy a blank plate , drill 3/8 inch hole for each F connector. install connector, available on ebay cheap and you are ready to go.
:)
 

beasty54

Distinguished Member
Buy a blank plate , drill 3/8 inch hole for each F connector. install connector, available on ebay cheap and you are ready to go.
:)
Thaks for the reply, not quite the method i wanted to use but i suppose its a possibility
 

SamRadford

Novice Member

beasty54

Distinguished Member
100-00678 Maxview screened double "F" connector wall plate here:
http://www.satcure.com/accs/page15.htm#plates
(Scroll down to it).

Or blank plate and connector as suggested above.

Or a modular wall plate bezel and two F connector modules here:
http://www.satcure.com/accs/page15b.htm

Satcure sells everything. I always look there first. It's like the "Screwfix of digital TV".
Thanks for the reply but i did see the double F connector plates before but i need one with 2 for sky and 1 (or even 2) for the normal tv aerial. Ive seen the plates with 2 for sky and 2 for a normal aerial but they say "for use with loftbox" and apparently they take 1 feed and split it between all 4??? is this correct or can i get a plate with 4 connectors and have the 2 sky feeds and 1 from the normal aerial?
 

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