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Master Geek


Topic # 94024 4-Dec-2011 16:12
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I have an aerial that connects straight to my tv. It runs Freeview HD fine. However, I'd like to split it off to a 4 way box.
1 in --> 4 out. What should I be looking for? I assume I'll need to have it powered/boosted.

What I do know is that I will need to have a splitter that supports the freeview HD MHZ range. But I really have no idea what that is.

1 connection will go to my tv, and three will be sent elsewhere(Only two others will be used at this stage, they're going to my HTPC in another part of the house, leaving one spare for expansion at a later date).

Thoughts?

TIA :)

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  Reply # 553569 4-Dec-2011 16:40
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Try one of these.
http://www.jaycar.co.nz/productView.asp?ID=LT3045&keywords=splitter&form=KEYWORD
I use a 1 in 2 out one and works well.



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Master Geek


  Reply # 553572 4-Dec-2011 16:42
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Ah thank you. I notice they have the screw in connectors, but that is easy to adapt to on one end :)

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  Reply # 553613 4-Dec-2011 17:25
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I use one of these:

http://www.jaycar.co.nz/productView.asp?ID=LT3288&form=CAT2&SUBCATID=1016#4

Works well, there is a 1 to 4 version aswell.

Might be able to get away with an un-powered version, depends on your signal quality and how far you want to run the output.

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