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Topic # 138856 19-Jan-2014 15:52
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I want to split my satellite into three devices one my sky  and two free view possibly three. I Currently am doing this already but it is not nice and if I turn one of the freeview devices off I lose signal to the other boxes. I really just need to know if I need a spliter with power bypass to all outputs or to just single output. Or is there a better way of doing it?

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  Reply # 969688 19-Jan-2014 16:23
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You need a all port diode power pass splitter so that any or all boxes can power the dish. The diodes stop the power from going back to the other boxes and messing things up.




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  Reply # 969691 19-Jan-2014 16:29
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Thanks Richms

Can you recommend any?

3 or 4 output

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 969694 19-Jan-2014 16:35
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I got mine from J A Russells, it was a stock item but I cannot recall the price unfortunatly. Just check that it is diode because there are many which are not and I found that lead to the receivers not powering up again till the sat input was disconnected on several occasions.




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  Reply # 970303 20-Jan-2014 21:20
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http://matchmaster.co.nz/domestic/splitters/07mm-tm14

Is this what you mean I got it off theJA Russells site

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