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Old 03-07-2016, 07:27 AM   #1
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TV question

I have the XLR hyper lite 29hfs. Does the coax coming out of the wall come from the antenna? Do i need the antenna switch in the bedroom on for it to work? How about in the garage and on the outside? What do the coax outlets hook up to?

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Old 03-07-2016, 07:50 AM   #2
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I'm not familiar with the 29HFS, but all RV TV setups are the same. The antenna booster needs to be on if your using the antenna and off if hooked to park cable. Your cable and antenna coax are basically the same. The coax from the outside antenna ties into the booster, also the coax from each TV ties into the booster.

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Old 03-09-2016, 08:27 AM   #3
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BS, there is a ton of discussion on this forum about television and the coax you are wondering about. First, do you have two feeds from the outside; one for cable and the other for satellite? If you only have one, it feeds into the antenna booster, as does the antenna lead; and then on to the television. When the booster power is on (button in and light on), it switches the television (OTA) to antenna and amplifies the signal; when powered off it switches to the cable connection on the outside and offers no amplification. As far as the other television locations, these are fed from the same booster / switch receiving the same signal as the main television and are considered "other set", which will have a splitter / combiner tucked away; mine is in the ceiling next to the antenna booster. This is how the basic system works.
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