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 Can a satellite splitter be used on a cable TV hookup?

Answer A satellite splitter works from 5 MHz to 2000 MHz. A cable splitter works from 5 MHz to 1000 MHz. Therefore you can use a satellite splitter on cable because the frequencies are within its range. B... Read More »
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Coax Satellite Cable split to two tv's (same picture is ok), can I use a splitter or do I need a switch?

A splitter will work fine, as long as you split the output of the box that goes to the tv. You can't split the input to the cable/satellite box. If the picture has noise or static in it after you... Read More »
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Which is Better, a DVI Cable Hookup or HDMI Cable Hookup?

On One Hand: DVI is CheaperBecause the DVI protocol is slightly older than its successor, HDMI, DVI cables can often be less expensive than HDMI cables, which tend to run about $10 more. This is th... Read More »
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How do I Hookup DTV to a DirectTV Satellite and Antenna?

"DirecTV" is a satellite service that allows users to view television channels over a satellite connection. These users generally own a DirecTV receiver, which is connected to a small DirecTV satel... Read More »
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What is required for a satellite dish hookup?

Hooking up a satellite dish may be performed by the dish company, though some consumers choose to install the dish themselves to avoid installation charges. While installation is a complicated proc... Read More »
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