We have one coax cable coming into the house for cable/internet
services, but I'd like to use Dish for TV and Time Warner for
broadband. Is it possible to duplex both signals on the same coax or
will I need to run a second cable for one?
Just curious .. trying to save some time :)
Take care --
So you're switching from cable to Dish, or maybe you never had cable,
No matter. Although it does show you can put "tv" and internet on
the same cable.
Ask on sci.electronics.repair. They know lots of things.
Connect your cable modem directly to the coax that comes in from the
cable company and use CAT-5 LAN or Wi-Fi to get it to your PC.
There doesn't need to be any other connection from your TV cable to
that . Your TV cable will be all satellite.
If you have the Dish Dual tuner it might be best to use the RF out of
the tuner to feed the rest of the house. Then you have 2 channels, one
for each tuner. I have 3 dual tuner boxes, 4 channels plus channel 3
from my Replay TV so I have 5 channels on every other TV in the house
and 2 RF connected remotes to select all satellite content on two of
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