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  • Started 3 years ago by semiretired
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semiretired
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Are there tv signal amplifiers that switch between say 3 inputs to a single cable output to the tv's cable in?

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Xhi
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What you need, I think, is an RF Modulator.

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semiretired
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nope!

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Xhi
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But, but, but, it says

Lets you connect your A/V devices
To an older-style television without A/V input jacks.

Input is 3 cable AV and output is coax to TV. If that is not what you want then please explain further.

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Lighthouse
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And why would you need them switchable ?

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warlock
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http://www.amazon.com/PHILIPS-.....im_sbs_e_1 I have and use two of these. Work well and switch automatically.

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semiretired
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I am making a prototype HDTV airwave antenna that will actually have two types of antennae mounted on it. I am going to use an amplifier and a combiner, and may add a another combiner to include the cable option. I am experimenting with actually joining the two antennae and also keeping them seperate.

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semiretired
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BTW, this antenna will use a cable to hook to the cable connection on the TV. I wonder if an HDMI connection could work?

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