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Master Geek

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Topic # 239734 1-Aug-2018 15:53
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I'm looking to get rid of my satellite services. Both Sky and Freeview.

The house doesn't have a roof arial and does not have separate cabling for terrestrial at all in the house.

So, my question is... If I removed (disconnected) the satellite dish and had an arial installed, could I use the existing satellite cabling around the house to carry the terrestrial digital signal to the TV(s)?

Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks

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  Reply # 2066387 1-Aug-2018 16:03
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Already answered .. but seems like its a yes

 

https://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=83&topicid=124540

 

 


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  Reply # 2066636 2-Aug-2018 07:37
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You could put a diplexer on at the roof, it plugs a satellite and terrestrial antenna in and carry's the signal over the same  cable. Gives you the option of having either option then.

 

This youtube video should explain it.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=in6e9lnhGFg

 

 


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