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Virgin Cabling - where to buy extension?

Clarry

Standard Member
I've just had Virgin installed. All very efficiently, but the length of the cable from wall box to Virgin (standard) set-top box is very short.

Basically I intend to get a flat screen, so wish to have cabling long enough.
 

bsuttie

Active Member
If you're talking about the coaxial cable you can get it in B & Q, Maplins etc as "satellite" cable. You can't use ordinary TV aerial coax, but any "satellite" grade coax with a couple of "F" plugs will do.

regards

Brian
 

Clarry

Standard Member
If you're talking about the coaxial cable you can get it in B & Q, Maplins etc as "satellite" cable. You can't use ordinary TV aerial coax, but any "satellite" grade coax with a couple of "F" plugs will do.

regards

Brian


That's exactly what i want. Thanks very much.
 

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