Re: [TV_Antennas] Connecting the antenna to multiple TVs


Jun 8, 2009

 


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#243 Jun 8, 2009

I'm trying to figure out the best way to connect an antenna that I get to all the tv cable outlets in my house. Would I have to hook the antenna to the main TV hookup on the exterior of the building, or would I just have to have a splitter with cables going to each TV? If I have the antennta connected to the TV hookup on the exterior, will that allow me to watch different channels on each TV at the same time?



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#244 Jun 8, 2009

You will need a splitter at the point of splitting the signal. All TVs

can watch different channels. Jerrold use to make a apartment house

splitter/amplifier which we hooked up to the main antenna and sent a cable to eacxh

of 8 apartments from the attic splitter. Remember each time u split an

signal u will have a slight loss that is why if u split it more the once or

twice u need an amplifier. We use a 4 amp splitter made by Gemini on our

farm here which we purchased at a local store. Lightening got the first one

after 10 or so years so we had to get another 2 or 3 years ago





good luck donna





In a message dated 6/8/2009 5:46:16 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,

jerandjosie@... writes:











I'm trying to figure out the best way to connect an antenna that I get to

all the tv cable outlets in my house. Would I have to hook the antenna to

the main TV hookup on the exterior of the building, or would I just have to

have a splitter with cables going to each TV? If I have the antennta

connected to the TV hookup on the exterior, will that allow me to watch different

channels on each TV at the same time?











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