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Hello,


I have a Logitech Squeezebox Duet.


I am using the Digital Coax output into a 4 x Digital Cable Splitter.


I am using Coax F Connectors, Coax to RCA.


One of the Cable Splitter Outputs goes to my office and the other to my living room. Nothing in the other 2 outputs yet.


This works sending the Audio to my living room Yamaha YSP-800 sound bar.


It doesn't work going to my office. My office has a Logitech Z-5500 Speaker System.


The only way I can get it to work in my office is, to run it directly to the Coax wire going to my office.


My quesiton is, can this Digital Output be split using a Coax Splitter?


If not the Splitter, is there a device that has a Digital Audio or Coax input, and multiple Coax Outputs?


Any thoughts would be appreciated.


Thanks,

Jason
 

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My quesiton is, can this Digital Output be split using a Coax Splitter?

No, SPDIF is baseband, RF splitters don't generally pass baseband, You'd be dividing the already low signal level by 4 anyway.

A composite video DA should work, as long as it has no clamping on the input.
 

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Thanks for the reply.


I was unsure on this.


I found one on Amazon.


4-WAY SHINYBOW COMPOSITE VIDEO DISTRIBUTION AMPLIFIER, A/V Amplifiers/Extenders/Converters


Do you think this one would work.


Couldn't post the link.


Let me know when you have a chance.


Thanks,

Jason
 

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Update.


The DA I have listed above is incorrect.


This model:

1:4 SHINYBOW DIGITAL/ANALOG AUDIO DISTRIBUTION AMPLIFIER SPLITTER SB-3710 Shinybow


Should do the trick. I am going to purchase and test. I will update after testing.


Thanks for giving me the DA suggestion.
 
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