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Old 04-20-2013, 12:47 PM   #1
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Hello, I have a 31ft with bunks in the rear. Each bunk has a cubby hole and jack for a TV. I only have 1 TV in the main living area so far and wonder if the antenna booster (when turned on) is connected to the bunk jacks? Also if I ever get cable (theres a jack for that and satellite on the outside of the unit) will the bunk jacks work off that too?
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Old 04-20-2013, 01:52 PM   #2
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They should be. This is how it works.
The outlet at the booster is set one. Anything else is set two.
The antenna signal comes from the antenna and into the back of the antenna booster. The cable input signal also goes to the back of the booster. From there, it puts both signals to the outlet to set one and another outlet (on the back of the booster also) labeled set two. From there, it can just be split to as many tvs as they want.
Also, if you have cable and antenna signals, turning on the booster will override the cable signals and give only antenna.
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Old 04-20-2013, 01:53 PM   #3
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Do you have an antenna booster box? That box boosts the antenna signal, and all jacks that are plugged into that box are able to take advantage of the boosted signal.
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Do you have an antenna booster box? That box boosts the antenna signal, and all jacks that are plugged into that box are able to take advantage of the boosted signal.
The booster will work on all if you use a splitter to feed other TVs, just added FP to the outside of TT yesterday.
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The booster will work on all if you use a splitter to feed other TVs, just added FP to the outside of TT yesterday.
All other TVs not connected to the visible outlet of the booster should be on set 2 from the factory.
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