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Hi,I bought my dish and decoder off you a while ago and I'm wanting to split the signal so I can watch tv outside as well as in. It would 1 in 2 out. I've tried one splitter but it didnt work properly so maybe the wrong mhz or something.Cheers Alan
If you want to split the raw satellite signal and feed this to another point so that you can connect the decoder to this new point then a satellite spliter that passes power on both ports and has a frequency range of 950 ~ 2150MHz will work.
Something like this - https://www.satplus.com.au/products/satellite-signal-splitter-2-way
I have a star satellite tv box (Chinese TV). I have a splitter from when I had Foxtel. What I want to do is put the splitter on the cable coming in from the dish so I can connect it up in a different room. Ths splitter doesn't seem to be working. Do I need a different type of splitter
A satellite splitter will only work when both decoders are operating on the same polarity (ie both boxes on vertical or horizontal). You'll also have to make sure the splitter passes power on both ports.
Hi...I have a satellite dish and wish to connect another TV in a room about 21 meters away. What would you advise as the least cost method. Cheers
You can use a satellite splitter to split the raw satellite signal anywhere from the dish to each VAST decoder. The preferred way however, is to use a twin output LNB as there is no signal loss to each decoder. Using a splitter halves the signal power. Nevertheless, a splitter will work if you are looking for the cheapest (not best) option. Also, you wil require a second VAST decoder of course.