I seem to have this problem a lot with your posts.
FWIW: connecting a DECA to a 24 doesn't work [for several things] because the 24 won't power it.
The CCK, has been used [by DirecTV] for both the old BB DECA, and the newer Wireless.
The WCCK, has an internal 2-way splitter, where the black DECA you posted earlier and said had a "pass through", uses a diplexer, thus stripping off the DECA from the coax to the receiver. If it didn't, you'd need a bandstop filter.
It's like a broadband deca , hooked to a reciever deca , hooked to another receiver deca, hooked to a receiver
Sure reads like you're saying [mistakenly] you can daisychain three DECAs in a row.
Jesus man .. I don't need a lesson about how he system works , I sit through hours and hours of up training every year that dtv requires us to do to support their system as intended. There really is no reason to respond to every one of the few posts I've made as if you have a better way of doing it. The problem that you have with my posts does not mean a thing because you obviously have a vast do it yourselfer understanding of the system.
The OP asked a questions and I posted that how he has it hooked up is like having a few decas in a row,which we both know is wrong . I described how it should be hooked up to standards not how do it yourselfers hook up the system and that's it .. Plain and simple .. It's great that people here have a resource such as you and you should be proud that you've helped so many people , put your energy to use directed at the people who have the questions not the people who are answering the questions , it's a waste.
But .. As far as your comments to my post .. I go on service calls all day where receivers Decas are plugged into hr24's they cause mrv issues .. People make mistakes during installs ...
Edited by i3rown, 04 December 2012 - 06:38 PM.