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Tadpol53
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« on: Jan 31 2013 08:58:46 »

Is there a switch that you can connect a UHF antenna to with RG 6 and a sat box set at channel 4 out with RG6 out to that both sides are in to switch and the out side of the switch is RG 6 cable going to the RG6 in on the TV ? and thus eliminating the A/B switch. Thanks in advance.TP53
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« Reply #1 on: Jan 31 2013 10:02:39 »

If I understand here, you want to combine off air antenna to a satellite receiver and be able to connect it to tv receiver with one cable.
A pansat 9200 will scan digital off air and combine the two feeds, satellite and digital off air.
Some satellite receivers will pass off air antenna through the satellite receiver when the satellite receiver is turned off.  The satellite receiver would have an off air antenna pass through port to do this.
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1 AZbox premium, 3 openbox's, 1 linkbox8000, 1 pansat9500, 1 Manhattan RS-1933 1 pansat9200 and way to many old coolsat 7100's 6000's 5000's etc to count along with a few old viewsat, viewsonic, pansats and analog stb's.  Currently have four six foot cband dishes.  1 nine foot paraclipse c/k band. 1 four foot kband.  1 36 inch prime focus kband and 1 36 inch offset kband along with several converted old paytv dishes.
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« Reply #2 on: Jan 31 2013 10:26:11 »

No i want to combine a OTA antenna to a switch in side 1, for all OTA channels, and a sat box set to channel 4 out, to the switch side 2, with 1 cabel out to tv on the 3rd side of switch. 2in 1 out!
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