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Hey everyone

I know this might be a bit off topic, but I figured the basic logic of A/V distribution may apply here. I'm looking for a simple solution to distribute coax (RG6) to 5-6 TV's to the RF IN/Antenna on the back of the TV so that the TV is set to channel 3 or 4 and picks up the DVR distributing the channel.

What device or equipment may I need for this to make it happen? Or am I better off crimping the coax as a RCA and just using the composite video on the back of the TV?

Either way I'm aware I'd need equipment for each solution, if you have any ideas or know of any good solutions please reply. Again sorry for the semi-off topic question.

Frank
 

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Just a modulator and taps (or splitter system) are all that is needed. I don't know if the channel 3/4 ones have sufficient output to feed more than 1 TV set, especially at a distance. Other residential modulators have outputs of +25dBmV and can be run greater distances.

Really, the main question is "How far to the furthest TV set?"
 
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