[mythtv-users] Coax splitters - how painful are they?
R. G. Newbury
newbury at mandamus.org
Mon Oct 1 16:14:21 UTC 2007
> R. G. Newbury wrote:
>> Meatwad wrote:
>>> I have reneged at least once on a writeup of RF practices relating to
>>> various residential situations. IT seems to me that it might be prudent
>>> to coordinate the collective wisdom and come up with some docs/wikifood
>>> on RF?
>> Considering the volume and depth of expertise which my question
>> elicited, and the fact that NOTHING of this is in the wiki, it appears
>> that the wiki-beast needs to be fed!
>> I nominate the meatwad!
> I knew this day was coming. I'm just now responding because my day was
> spent alternating between the service center wiring and photographing
> said wiring with some new photo gadgets. Here is where I left the
> service center for the night and the other is of the plasma hang a few
> weeks back.
> I'll chime back in tomorrow with some ideas on docs but this stuff
> really does need to be put out into the open. What I will say is that I
> hope to structure it around practices and techniques using materials and
> tools the average homeowner will have access to.
Thanks for the pics. My setup in the furnace room is starting to look
like your 'service centre' too. What is the brand/description of the
coax amp you have in your setup. And similarly for the ethernet
patch/hub panel to the right of the router.
BTW, how did you mount the HDHR? The darn thing has none of the usual
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