Could use advice wiring in SiriusXM
I moved to a new house and all of the wiring is very different from the old house. I have an XM sat receiver (the onyx) and I need to wiring it into my receiver. The problem is I have no reasonable way to run the antenna to the outside other than propping the antenna up against a window, which is what I did in the old place. There is no reasonable way (right now) to run an RCA or headphone/mini from the Sat dock to the receiver. So i'm looking at 2 different options, and I was wondering if anybody had any experience with either.
Option 1 - I've been looking but for the life of me can not find a powerline style adaptor that will take RCA or mini. This solution would be the easiest, but I don't know if such a product exists. There is lots of stuff for cat 5, but nothing for A/V. I'm fairly certain that I want to skip the 5.8GHZ wireless stuff, research says they don't work that well.
Option 2 - Sirius makes an outdoor style antenna that mounts on a mast, and they have an adaptor that converts their antenna wire over to coax. The problem I have here is I have Comcast for internet, and an antenna for OTA. The way it's wired now is I have a diplexer outside to combine the Comcast line along with the line for my antenna. The Sirius antenna kit comes with their own diplexer. The problem is I would really need more of a triplexer or a way of combing Sirius, Comcast, Antenna and sending that all down 1 piece of coax, and then have it all split where it comes into entertainment center area. I have no idea of this will work, and if it does, if there is doing to be signal degradation issues with any of the 3 sources.
The powerline adaptor I think would work the best, especially because I plan on having more than 1 dock in the house. But I can't find anybody who makes one.
Does anybody have any experience in this stuff?
Thanks in advance.