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    Sky + Flat - Post number two.

    This is a discussion on Sky + Flat - Post number two. within the Sky+ HD Supertelly forums, part of the Other Sky help and support category; But it does sound like their is two feeds though? One into the living room currently being used and one ...

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      Re: Sky + Flat - Post number two.

      But it does sound like their is two feeds though? One into the living room currently being used and one into the bedroom currently not being used.

      Case of linking that one back from the bedroom into the living room....two feeds, is it not?


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      Re: Sky + Flat - Post number two.

      Not if one of the "feeds" turns out to be an analogue aerial output ! No point in linking to that at all.

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      Re: Sky + Flat - Post number two.

      The easy way is to test them both, connect the Sky receiver to the one in the bedroom and see if you get a signal, and then do the same with the other one, if you get a signal on both then you have two feeds and can run them both to the Sky+ reveiver.

     

     
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