A: Hi Mike the splitters are bi-directional so you should be able to do that as long as the broadcasts are at different frequencies. Good luck Ron at email@example.com
A: I use it that way and it worked fine.
A: Hey Dave MoCA 2.0 uses frequencies from 500 MHz to 1650 MHz and this splitter is rated from 5 MHz to 2400 MHz so yes it should work. Hope that helps Ron at firstname.lastname@example.org
A: To support your MoCA adapters, you'll need splitters that support 1,000 MHz or higher. Yes it does.
A: This is for splitting 1 signal into 2 .
A: hook the dish directly the dvd either use a data cable or RCA cable the red white and yellow type past the right cable just remember its like sewing one in one out one Main signal in (dish) aux the dvd player goes to an aux jack. IF you try using a splitter like you showed you will garble the signal and drive you and your dad insane. 30 yr service tech dont use a splitter.
A: Peter I am not sure how you plan on hooking it all up so I am not sure. If you need more help please reach out to me Ron at email@example.com
A: Hi Sandman yes it is capable of handling the frequency range of sateliite systems however splitters are seldom used in satellite systems are you thinking of a multiswitch instead? Ron at firstname.lastname@example.org
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