Originally Posted by Md Jeff
I have a new 8528 CKWS that had zero antenna signal with the booster on. I did some searching and found the wall plate/booster had no connections to the boosted signal, front terminals on the plate were not being used, they had taken a splitter from the "2nd tv" port on the rear of the plate and ran that signal to all the tv's.
I removed the coax "to" the splitter and connected to the front of the plate marked cable, turned the booster on and got a couple channels; my question is- how many tv's can I run off the booster and will I receive more channels if I reduce the number of tv's connected to it?
Running the coax that way is pretty standard.
No, you would not get more channels since the TV signals are now digital.
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