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post #1 of 3 Old 05-07-2013, 10:25 AM - Thread Starter
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I am hoping I am not already seeing a short-fall in my home theater wiring.


But, I plan on having 1 secondary TV on the left wall and a projector on the ceiling. During the fall, I will often have 2 football games on.

I ran HDMI to both locations, but I only ran 1 RG6 to my media closet. I could add another one, but I rather not as it is not the easiest location to work with.

So my question is, can I take that one RG6 that would normally feed a DTV receiver and take it through any kind of splitter in order to feed two C31 clients?

I really wish there were some ethernet based C31 clients... I have tons of network ports available!


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So my question is, can I take that one RG6 that would normally feed a DTV receiver and take it through any kind of splitter in order to feed two C31 clients?

Thanks,
Brad

Assuming you have a Genie/SWM system, you can feed two C31 clients with one coax with a 2 way green labeled splitter > http://www.solidsignal.com/pview.asp?p=split2mrv&d=directv-sws-2-satellite-2-way-wide-band-mrv-compatible-splitter-(2--2150-mhz)&sku=874409002404

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