I'm needing some help with making sure I don't screw up the wiring for my Dish setup. I don't currently have Dish, so I'm a little unfamiliar with the Hopper and Joey setup.
Here is what I will need: TV in 5 rooms. I want to have the house wired and ready for an additional 4 rooms that I won't be hooking up at this time (easier now than when the drywall and insulation is in place). I was thinking of 1 Hopper in the main living room and 4 Joeys.
Does each receiver (hopper or joey) need an RG6 coax cable and a Cat5 cable?
Should all RG6 cables go from the wall plate behind the TV to 1 specific place (garage wall adjacent to the satellite dish), or do these need to go back from the Joey to the Hopper?
Do I need multiple RG6 cables to the Hopper?
Will I need a super-Joey? (What are the advantages of this? and Does a super-Joey need any different wiring?)
It would be easiest to have a Dish technician, but they don't want to do the install until I am ready to activate service. At the moment, that isn't possible...I don't even have electricity yet. I want to get this right to avoid exposed baseboard cables or fishing through walls.
Thanks in advance for any help.