tvlink and sky+ wiring

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  1. wazshaw

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    I have RF2 of sky+ going to a powered 2 way splitter in the loft which serves 2 tv's ( bedroom and kitchen ) . If i purchase and install 'tvlink' for the bedroom, will the signal go back via the splitter and back to the sky+ box o.k.?,
    many thanks,
     
  2. nathanhill69

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    As long as the splitter allows digital pass through i.e. allows the remote signal to pass back through it, then theoretically it should work fine. Best to check the splitter model and if it doesn't allow the pass through just buy a new one - fairly cheap, check out the link below:

    http://www.tvlink.co.uk/acatalog/tvLINK_Amplifiers.html

    Hope this helps

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    You can also by a TV Link bypass kit from Maplin, my B&Q have them aswell, for about £8 which passes the current around the amplifier. May need two if using in both rooms?

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    Sorry my reply is late, but thanks for the advice. Tvlink is on its way and i'll see if the amp i have takes a digital signal.
     

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