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  # 1272706 29-Mar-2015 09:32
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Feel I should chime in. I had SKY installed when I moved to new house and the installer was great. He was on time and professional and the work he did was fine. Not many people comment when the service is good!

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  # 1272707 29-Mar-2015 09:39
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josephhinvest: Feel I should chime in. I had SKY installed when I moved to new house and the installer was great. He was on time and professional and the work he did was fine. Not many people comment when the service is good!

Cheers,
Joseph


I agree. I removed my dish, to paint house, couldn't get it lined up. Paid the $99 install fee to get it sorted. He recommended to move it onto the roof, as I am here, you paid the money, lets do that. He could have just spent 5 mins lining it up and went, which is all I wanted. 

 
 
 
 


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  # 1272908 29-Mar-2015 15:31
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I agree, Ive had sky installed at various residences and have had only good friendly service from them.

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  # 1277899 6-Apr-2015 16:33
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What box did you get?



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  # 1277911 6-Apr-2015 17:04
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MySky+ 1TB capacity

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JEDENZED:
richms: Good to hear. But just remember that with a modulator you will get the worst possible picture on the other TV's compared to sending the HDMI instead.


Wouldn't an HDMI splitter require additional HDMI cable to be run throughout my house to each TV display though? I'm looking to utilize the existing cabling that is already wired in the roof space and to wall outlets which the sky tech advised me the modulator would do...


If you've got cat5 or cat6 runs then you can send HDMI over that.

I don't believe you said what cabling you had.

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