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Old 02-11-2008, 11:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anybody know how to make a coaxial splitter. The ones for the cable modem and TVs? Or at least how they work?


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you just want to make a splitter? The above should do it right?

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Go to wal-mart, buy a 2way 3way or 4way video splitter for how ever many splits you need. My cable comes in, splits off to the tv in the bedroom, then i have a 4way splitter for the living room tv/media pc/cable modem. Just make sure you get a good splitter.
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