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Old 2012-06-30, 10:57 PM
Mark & Lynda Mark & Lynda is offline
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I just picked up a new Bell dual tuner HD PVR and want to connect it but I think I need to use an SW44.

Here is the current setup:

Two dual LNBs (4 cables) into two SW21s mounted at the dish. Two coax (1 output per SW21) feed into the basement and connect to two cables that run to the TVs.

The above setup gives me HD and regular programing at both TVs.

Now that one TV will have a dual tuner receiver it means I will need to run a second coax to the TV which is no problem because the basement is unfinished.

What I'm wondering is can I use the SW44 and connect it inside to the 2 cables coming off the SW21s? OR do I need to run 2 new lines into the house from the dish and remove the SW21s?
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