Quadplexed Sky Satellite Tv Dab Aerial Wall Socket


Product Description
Quadplexed Sky Satellite Tv Dab Aerial Wall Socket,Screened Quadplexed Outlet,Ideal For Sky + Sky Hd Applications With Low,Loss,Minimal Ingress And Negligible Module Cross Talk ,• Sat1,Sat2,Tv & Fm/Dab Outlets,• Low Insertion Loss,• Excellent Matching And Isolation,• Screened To En 50083-2: >65Db To 1 Ghz And,>55Db To 2.2Ghz,• Compact Screened Housings,• Easy Cable Connections And Access,• For 1 Mm Cable (Pf100,H109F,Qf100,Etc.),• Requires 35Mm Mounting Depth,Please Note,To Be Used In Conjunction With A Suitable Combiner,Distribution Amplifier,

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  • Quad (TV/Radio/Sat/Return)
  • Fully screened
  • UK style front plate
  • Die-cast housing
  • DAB compatible

3 comments

  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars
    Five Stars, 8 Dec. 2015

    By Joe O. (UK) –

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    good

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  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars
    good quality item, 3 July 2017

    By cgruenthal

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    As described, good quality item.

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  3. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A successful gamble:, 25 Feb. 2016

    By Amazon Customer

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    A successful gamble:

    I live in a ex-council flat. Until recently we relied on the communal satellite signal, but recently it became worse and then stopped altogether. In the loft are various amplifiers, and I had connected to satellite cables to them.

    We decided to install a satellite dish. The installer showed me the communal dish and it was clear that the arm was broken. Next to it, was a TV aerial. I also noticed among the amplifiers in the loft that there was an aerial feed.

    I decided to buy this device to see if it would decode the TV aerial signal from the two satellite cables that I have previously been using to provide my FreeSat signal.

    It worked.

    I can now watch the ‘Yesterday’ channel and I have an alternative if there is a problem with the satellite reception. I might even buy a YouView box.

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