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What Diplexer or Triplexer to use

HerbHoward
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Sorry if this is a bit long.

I am going to upgrade to the Hopper system and I want to do the following:

I want to use one Joey to feed 2 TV's. The local TV, at the location of the Joey will be connected via HDMI. The second TV, in another room, will use the composite video plus the left and right audio and go to an RF modulator.

The RF output of this modulator will go back up the same coax, RG6, that is feeding the signal to the Joey.

I realize that I will need 2 Diplexers to do this, one at the Joey and the other at the point where i pick off the channel 3/4 RF at my central cable distribution panel in my house to go to the second TV.

What model Diplexer do I need to pass the channel 3 or 4 VHF RF signal from the modulator to the second room?
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Re: What Diplexer or Triplexer to use

DISH Employee
We don't install mirrored Joey's or recommend trying to mirror a Joey. Doing so could cause picture or MOCA issues. We could suggest getting a wireless Joey for the 3rd TV if that would fit into your plan.

Re: What Diplexer or Triplexer to use

FWolf
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Diplexers are not compatible with the Hopper system. The frequency of the video signal will interfere with the signal to the Joey (MoCA signal)
A separate cable must be run for the additional TV.