Splitting an NTL cable signal

Discussion in 'Cable TV & Virgin Media TV' started by Bursar, Dec 4, 2003.

  1. Bursar

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    I've had NTL come in and install a digital TV box box downstairs, and I already had a cable modem upstairs.

    They split the output from the box outside my house, and ran a second cable in to feed the digibox.

    What I'd like to do is to be able to move the digibox upstairs on occaision and hook it up to my projector.

    As the cable modem is in the same room, it would make sense to be able to split the feed from the little box in that room. I could then have a signal to the cable modem and digibox at the same time.

    I'm guessing that a standard aerial splitter will introduce too much signal loss to be any good. So can anyone recommend a suitable splitter and point me at a place to buy it from?

    Ta muchly :)
     
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    *Bump*

    Noone ever done this?
     

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