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Using a splitter on the signal booster

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Our cable line is in an area where we are at the end of the line.  We have a signal booster coming in from outside, which is plugged in to an electric outlet.  Our tv and internet modem are across the room, connected to a wire that runs under the floor, through the basement.  I want to move the tv and was wondering if I could use a splitter on the signal boost device, to connect my tv to.  I will leave the internet modem on the other line, on a small table.

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Rockfam8 wrote:

Our cable line is in an area where we are at the end of the line.  We have a signal booster coming in from outside, which is plugged in to an electric outlet.  Our tv and internet modem are across the room, connected to a wire that runs under the floor, through the basement.  I want to move the tv and was wondering if I could use a splitter on the signal boost device, to connect my tv to.  I will leave the internet modem on the other line, on a small table.


Without knowing the specifics of your layout and signal booster, at this point I would say TRY IT.....  if you have legacy cable ( not the X1 platform ) it "should" work for cable but you will also need to test it for OnDemand functionality.  




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