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ASK DBSTALK: Ota Ant. 3 Receivers


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#1 OFFLINE   WarrenW

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Posted 30 July 2004 - 08:31 AM

If you have 3 hd receivers (2 6000 and 1 921) can you split one OTA antenna 3 ways? If so, are there specific requirements like equal length leads, etc.?
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#2 OFFLINE   Mike123abc

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Posted 30 July 2004 - 09:31 AM

Yes you can split OTA all you want. If you split it too much you will have to get an amplifier. I have a 6000, 811, 921 all off one antenna, plus 7 television, 4 VCRs, so my signal from one antenna is split to feed 14 devices. My antenna wire comes in to a splitter distribution amp, the nearby sets are fed (on second floor), one line goes down to the first floor and hits another distibution amp/splitter for the first floor.




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