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Simple and easy to follow. Matt saysJanuary 15, 2017 at 1:46 pmI have an indoor antenna connected to one of my tvs and it has a great signal. What they might have done differently to that outlet I have no idea. · actions · 2005-May-3 4:39 pm · [email protected]

Smeagal to micro420 Anon 2005-May-3 4:42 pm to micro420Yep, the http://www.radioshack.com/product.asp?catalog_name=CTLG&product_id=15-2506 Noyb, Oct 15, 2005 #3 Memnoch322 Joined: May 10, 2005 Messages: 880 I would give it a shot.

It is mounted on top of the house at about 20 ft. A grounding block should be the only thing between your TV and the antenna.Properly position and mount the antenna to capture the most TV stations on the one TV. How can I watch cable since the service provider is digital?Reply Dennis Restauro saysJanuary 22, 2016 at 3:09 pmI'm unfamiliar with TVOne antenna. You should take the 4 TVs that are closest to the amp and use a splitter on 2 ports off the amp for those.

In your case when you run the line for the modem, if you hook your STB up to that line and it works fine then your modem will have adequate signal I have one antenna mounted near my garage in a rural area. I will have a 8-9 signal then it drops out to 6 or5 and many times the picture goes off. Neither of them come in at all, even though everything says that they should.

Lowe Aug 2 '09 at 16:58 add a comment| up vote 2 down vote You will not notice any errors or speed differences with your internet as long as you are I ran a 100-foot cable from the roof-mounted antenna directly to the TV to check aiming, and had all the same channels as the shorter run from the window. In your case your footage is not so long as to be a problem. Should I call Comcast and have them come out and check it out?

It means there is 750 MHz of spectrum in the wire. Kim W. What happens if you run a line straight to TV2 without a splitter? An amplifier is only needed to correct issues, I'd try installing without first.

However, I get pixelation and signal loss during windy/rainy weather. Are there settings in the TV itself that I can adjust? Guess those links are incorrect, but one paragraph in the "Spotlight on Splitters" summed it up rather well: "TeleWire Supply demonstrated this in ANTEC's booth at the Western Show, using simulated In your case instead of multiple drops you could put a 3 way at the shop, run 2 lines to the house, connect the modem up to the home run, and

All of them work great except I have been having issues with NBC (2EDGE path) from time to time which from TV fool report is only 15.2 miles away ( I http://forums.xfinity.com/t5/Non-X1-Service/WEAK-SIGNAL/td-p/676762 We get excellent reception on the upstairs tv but cannot get signal on the tv downstairs. I plan on getting the RG-6 cable to replace it just making use I have all the right setup when I do it so I'm not wasting money.So based on my I assume this says the signal is there but needs an amp before the splitter; but I know how to spell assume.

Each tech in a particular system uses the same two channels so everybody is on the same page. Advice?Reply Dennis Restauro saysAugust 18, 2015 at 5:00 pmYou can't go wrong when it comes to Monster. I will mount the amplifier on the antenna mount. Thanks.Reply Dennis Restauro saysDecember 1, 2015 at 10:31 amHi Blake,I would try switching your splitter outputs to see if the living room TV gets any channels.

This basically, means your internet connections will be a little slower. Can a antenna be hooked up to that cable outlet and be used for 4 tv'sReply Dennis Restauro saysSeptember 17, 2015 at 10:56 pmWhile that is possible, you want to make They do seem to be fairly responsive to the questions I have asked them via e-mail. John saysJanuary 4, 2016 at 4:12 pmDennis, NYC is only 34 miles away, where Philadelphia is 63 miles away.

TVFool.com can provide you with this bull’s-eye map indicating where the TV towers are located in your area. Does my condo need to be completely unserviced for them to do install?This is an archived post. In that second room there is then another splitter from there so I have cable (no box, with S2 TiVo) in that second room as well as cable Internet.

If it doesn't work, then go with distribution amplifier.

Mark it as an accepted solution!I am not a Comcast employee. This is a good place to test your Internet speed: SpeedTest.net. What I didn't want to have happen was to lose high-frequency signal because of a crappy splitter. Can I just get 2 leafs and put one with each tv so that I can get basic channels on each?Reply Dennis Restauro saysJune 2, 2016 at 8:07 amYes, that should

Kmcg saysDecember 21, 2016 at 10:07 amI want to run an pre amp on the antenna and am confused.Can the power for the amp be hooked up to one of the Thanks for your responseReply Dennis Restauro saysFebruary 14, 2017 at 3:14 pmAre all channels fluctuating? The tech will know. Then the white one with my Comcast signal was actually about a foot too short, so they put a coupler on the end, a foot-long coax cable, THEN a splitter...

In apartments, this is rather common. heather saysJune 1, 2016 at 4:35 pmI have one tv upstairs and one downstairs. Connect the antenna to one television. With that additional signal, that should compensate for the 3.5dB loss you'll incur with putting a 2-way splitter inside.

Is there anything to choose between as far as what splitter to use? I get great signal to my first tv but the tv that is further away will not pick up the same stations I am wanting. I have a rotor but with 4 TVs it would be nice to get all of the stations all of the time. You can try and see, but if it doesn't work you are going to need a distribution amp.

Because ingress of signals outside of the expected band can cause interference, which you don't want. There is a digital cable box in the LR. So there will be only 1 amp per run, but split after the antenna… thoughts? Word is Apple coming out with curved glass OLED iPhone [Apple] by whatsupdoc327.

Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Are you using a Pre-amplifier? Also does the pre-amplifier help with bringing in weak signals due to far away towers?Thanks for your help.Reply Dennis Restauro saysDecember 21, 2015 at 9:27 amAn amplifier won't help you receive THERE WAS AN OUTAGE - AFTER THE SUPPOSED FIX I AM NOW WAY WORSE - I DON'T SEE HOW THAT MEANS MY BOXES ARE NO LONGER ANY GOOD!So Mr tech that

I just don't understand it. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Subscribe me to your mailing listWelcome To Grounded ReasonHi I'm Dennis Restauro. I now understand why you need the new splitter. I believe no other part of the house is using cable so I can just throw out that 3-way splitter and replace it with a 1-way splitter?

If you can receive all the channels you need when hooking the antenna directly to one television, then amplification is only needed to overcome loss in the line.  However, if you