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#57317 9-Feb-2010 15:49
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I have a dish and an aerial that goes to one TV.  Currently I have the dish connected to the TV under the house but don’t get every station.  I want to know if there is a joiner that I can get to connect both the dish and the aerial to the one TV.  I have been to Dick Smith and they have splitters but they split from the aerial to multiple TVs etc but don’t join both a dish and an aerial to one fitting under the house.  Do these joiners exist and if so where can I get one.

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  #297415 9-Feb-2010 16:24
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Christyn: I have a dish and an aerial that goes to one TV.  Currently I have the dish connected to the TV under the house but don’t get every station.  I want to know if there is a joiner that I can get to connect both the dish and the aerial to the one TV.  I have been to Dick Smith and they have splitters but they split from the aerial to multiple TVs etc but don’t join both a dish and an aerial to one fitting under the house.  Do these joiners exist and if so where can I get one.


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  #297447 9-Feb-2010 18:19
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Dishes dont connect to TV's, please explain what you have and how its connected and what the devices are able to recive, and where you live.




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