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Topic # 103404 6-Jun-2012 15:44 Send private message

I have mysky HDi, and freeview HD (terrestrial).   So, the sky feeds in through a sat dish, and the freeview comes in via an aerial, so 2 different cables. 

Is it possible to combine the sky hd and freeview hd signal onto a single cable? 

The reason is, that in my second lounge I have just one tv outlet. I'm currently running mysky through this, but, i'd like to add a freeview receiver too. 

(first lounge all good, i have 2 outlets). 

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  Reply # 636744 6-Jun-2012 15:47 Send private message

Hi, yes using a diplexer at each end you can.

http://www.freeviewshop.co.nz/satellite-terrestrial-diplexer-p-57.html

Cyril



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  Reply # 637095 7-Jun-2012 08:10 Send private message

cyril7: Hi, yes using a diplexer at each end you can.

http://www.freeviewshop.co.nz/satellite-terrestrial-diplexer-p-57.html

Cyril



Awesome, thanks so much for this. 


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