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Hello, a quick question:

I am using a 622 to run 2 separate TV's. I also have an attic mounted antenna for locals. Is it possible to use a splitter to combine the satellite feed and the antenna feed? My 2nd TV only has one coax input. Right now I tune the 2nd TV to a separate channel and then control the channel using the DISH remote transmitter. Just wondering if I connected the 2 feeds to one splitter, then ran one cord to the TV if I could catch the locals along with the DISH feed.

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Hello, a quick question:

I am using a 622 to run 2 separate TV's. I also have an attic mounted antenna for locals. Is it possible to use a splitter to combine the satellite feed and the antenna feed? My 2nd TV only has one coax input. Right now I tune the 2nd TV to a separate channel and then control the channel using the DISH remote transmitter. Just wondering if I connected the 2 feeds to one splitter, then ran one cord to the TV if I could catch the locals along with the DISH feed.

Thanks
10-4. You may get a snowy picture with both lines plugged into the splitter.
 
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