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#1 OFFLINE   javamahn

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Posted 04 April 2005 - 06:31 PM

My House is prewired with a Control Panel. I have 2 RG-6 Coax running to the SE corner of my house approximately 5 Ft from ground.

1. Do I have enuff runs of Coax to be able to install VOOM for and the HD Antenna for 2 TVs :confused: ?

2. Is the mount high enuff or will the installer need to move it up to the 1st level Facia which is about 18 ft from ground?

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#2 OFFLINE   lazaruspup

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Posted 06 April 2005 - 10:58 AM

This all depends on your line of sight. Let the installer come out and give you an idea of what is going on with your LOS and then let him roll on the install. Your cabling and such should be fine, the only thing that will need to be done is another cable running from your control panel to wherever you want the second box, unless it is already prewired to a plate somewhere.
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