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Join Date: May 2002
Location: Lutherville, Maryland
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The modem and the cableco box will be the most sensitive to signal levels. For best performance (IMO) they should be "as close as possible to the pole". My line-in has a 2-way on the outside of the house with the cable modem on one leg and the other to the LR to another 2-way splitter. One leg goes to cableco box, the other to an broadband drop amp that feeds the SD side of the LR TV, Tivo, VTR, & 1 DVDR through a switcher so the coax side of the cableco box can feed the DVDR and the BR and also patches in the OTA roof-top antenna. In the BR there is a 2nd DVDR that has coax pass-through for the BR TV.
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