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With satellite I understand I need a separate link from each TV to the dish.

With satellite I understand I need a separate link from each TV to the dish. Why is it not possible to have the signal decoded and then split to each TV allowing independent channel control?

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There are no domestic products that work in this way.



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Monday, 11 November 2019
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Brian
2:40 AM

No you do not need separate links from each TV to the dish. You need cables from the dish/antennae to the receiver, if your LNB has two connections you can use them as sky does and record one channel but watch another as the receiver has two tuners/decoders in it. It's the number of tuners in the receiver which dictates how many channels can be seen/recorded. If you had two dishes with dual LNB's and two receivers then theoretically you could watch two different channels and record two different channels at the same time. I think ...

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MikeP
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10:34 AM

Brian:

Please check the Planning Regulations applicable at the location. In many areas it is not permitted to have more than one dish and one aerial on the building.



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