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Topic # 84215 26-May-2011 22:25
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Am getting MySky installed soon.
Currently I have Sky Digital installed on the lounge room, and it feeds the particular channel Sky's on to the three bedrooms in the house via cabling in the walls/roof of the house (a friend did it).

My question is will the MySky installation interfere with this or will it just be a simple transfer over? I already have a phone jack installed right near the television so that won't need to be installed.

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  Reply # 474606 26-May-2011 23:06
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You'll need to pay for an RF modulator to continue your feed to the other room. Sky sell them and i think they're about forty bucks




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  Reply # 474612 26-May-2011 23:18
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Thanks for the reply.

So I just tell them I need that as well before they come to install the MySky and then they'll install the RF modulator at the same time?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 474613 26-May-2011 23:41
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I believe so, yes.




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  Reply # 474617 27-May-2011 00:09
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The installers are quite good. I got MySkyHDi installed, and MultiRoom as they had that free for 4 months, so he ran cables to the master bedroom for that. For a bit 'O' cash, he split that in the ceiling, ran a cable down the wall to the the kiddies bedroom to share the multi room

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