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Posted 27 November 2010 - 10:12 AM
In three other places I ran (3) RG6's and (2) cat5e for what I was told I would need to get HD, netflix, and a separate local terrestrial feed on those three places. I have all the wire hanging from the rafters in my distribution area/furnace room/electrical panel etc. I have a home theater guy that is going to terminate all the ends and put cat5e in a patch panel etc and similarly with the RG6. If I want to go with HD to three TV's and regular TV signal to other spots, what receivers would you advise? I want to have DVR on a HD spot in my great room. Also, I read a thread on this site that I have heard before but don't fully understand and that is the term "backfeed". Could somebody explain what that the means and what type of cabling is needed to have that? Thanks for any help you can be. It is greatly appreciated.
I hope I posted this thread in the appropriate area.
PS....forgot to add that I would like dual feed on at least one receiver so I can watch a different channel than the wife in another room.
Posted 27 November 2010 - 11:31 PM
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Posted 28 November 2010 - 01:05 PM