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    This is a discussion on Sky in apartment within the Sky & Sky+ TV forums, part of the Other Sky help and support category; Thanks fellas. I wouldn't dream of trying to do this myself. That would certainly end in tears! Just to clarify ...

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      Re: Sky in apartment

      Thanks fellas. I wouldn't dream of trying to do this myself. That would certainly end in tears! Just to clarify though, the SCR adaptor, is this installed withing the apartment or up on the roof to the communal dish? I'm not a technically minded person, I think I get the jist but some of the terminology is gobbledygook to me lol. What are the chances of an installer actually having heard of this SCR? I gather its a new development.


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      Re: Sky in apartment

      Most GOOD installers should know about the single cable router. It comes in 2 parts. The router, which is located at the multiswitch, either loft or electrical riser and the bit that does the buissness is located in your flat. You will better off if you run all the feeds inside your flat yourself as it will save you shed loads on the install cost. Take all the feeds back to your existing TV socket. As for it being a new development, it's been around for 18 months at least!! We are now getting fibre optic LNB's and headend proccessing kit!! Technology moves in leaps and bounds!!!!

     

     
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