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I have a CM 4221 in my attic which does a great job pulling in all my digital stations about 35 miles away. Signal strength of the unsplit antenna input on my DTC-100 is 60's to 90's. I have one distribution amp in the attic to send one signal to my upstairs TV and one to my basement to feed downstairs. Both of these signals are split by 1 into 3 splitters to provide a signal to the TV, DTC-100, and a VCR. At this time I have no problems, and the signal is strong to all devices. But, now that I am reliably getting all stations digitally, I want to get rid of my basic cable. There are two other TVs which will need to be fed by this system. The cables for these are in the basement close to where the attic antenna comes into the basement. Instead of splitting this antenna signal further and possibly significantly weakening the signal, I wonder what would happen with using another distribution amp in the basement to make sure all devices get a strong signal. Any ideas?


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