Yes, you should be able to do that, as long as the combiner can support the entire frequency range.
I have the same situation as the original poster and have put a "splitter" in reverse to combine the output from the receiver and the output of the antenna. The problem that I have is that the OTA signal after combining is very week compared to the signal coming from the receiver.CABill said:At the risk of posting something you may already know, try any coax splitter you have around the house, but connected backwards. Antenna to Output 1, Amplified signal to Output 1, and TV3 connector to the Input of the splitter. It is also possible to do that combine before the amp if the antenna signal is present there too.,
Thanks Harry for the info. I will make a stop there tomorrow.HarryS said:I bought a combiner/splitter from Radio Shack and did what you're talking about. I've tried regular splitters, and they don't work for what we need.
This worked for us as well. We used to link 2 UHF ants, on epointing towards Fresno for their OTA and one towards Sacramento for those. Worked great.HarryS said:I bought a combiner/splitter from Radio Shack and did what you're talking about. I've tried regular splitters, and they don't work for what we need.