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    Freeview question

    This is a discussion on Freeview question within the Freesat forums, part of the Sky & Sky+ TV category; We got our daughter a lcd digi telly with a freeview receiver built in for xmas. I would also like ...

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      Freeview question

      We got our daughter a lcd digi telly with a freeview receiver built in for xmas. I would also like to pipe sky up to her room (she likes footy) with a magic eye thingy. I would like to keep the freeview channels so do I use a y splitter or switch coz i'm thinking the 2 different signal sources may interfere with each other if I use a y splitter ?



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      Re: Freeview question

      Assuming you have an aerial connected to your Sky box all you have to do is cable from the RF2 output to the upstairs TV. The freeview channels will be passed through the Sky Box and the Sky signal will come through as an additional channel.
      I guess you know all about activating the RF2 output and such like.


     

     

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