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Topic # 107390 10-Aug-2012 16:27
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Hi all, I have tried to google a installation guide on the net to no avail ... I have read up on some instruction manuals.  They say you basically cut the coax wire up correctly insert it and tighten, mount the aerial to our existing mast, at the TV side do you just fit a F connector and then into the TV and woolah?  What does one do if we want it for 2 or 3 TVs?  There might be a limitation and the need of amplifiers?

Just toying with the idea cos we have the Sky dish for international channels.


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  Reply # 670666 10-Aug-2012 16:40
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Firstly I'd suggest looking at the Freeview site for installation and set up info. Some excellent videos there.

http://www.freeviewnz.tv/help-support/freeview-set-up.aspx

Then try googling f connector, tv connector and coax splitter.
That should start you off OK.

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