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DECA required?

Discussion in 'DIRECTV Connected Home' started by mrudo, May 19, 2010.

  1. mrudo

    mrudo Mentor

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    If you have a receiver that you don't want connected to MRV, just stand-alone, do you still need a DECA module at the receiver to split out the video from the stacked signal?

    Or can you run the rg-6 straight into the receiver without issue?
     
  2. barryb

    barryb New Member

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    Correct. DECA is not a requirement to watch DirecTV.
     
  3. veryoldschool

    veryoldschool Lifetime Achiever DBSTalk Club

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    It isn't "the video" that would be split out, but an RF signal.
    If you connect a receiver to the SWiM system and don't use a DECA on it, then you use a bandstop filter instead.
     
  4. DogLover

    DogLover Hall Of Fame

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    Optionally, you can add the DECA, but turn MRV off for that box. This would be a good option if wired ethernet connection wasn't convenient. The DECA would bridge the box out to the internet for PPV, VOD, and TVapps.
     

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