Re: Combining OTA HDTV and CATV
"Lorenzo" <Lorenzo.1veuzz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> You'll need a coax A/B switch to select either of the two sources. For
> the tuner you might be able to do a manual channel add but I don't
> think most tuners will carry over an OTA channel plan when you switch
> to CATV input and vice versa.
> Lorenzo, Posted this message at http://www.SatelliteGuys.US
That won't work, and you can't "cheat" either. If you have a very old TV
with a fine tuning control, you could switch to cable channel 65, and be
able to tune in UHF channel 14. Modern TVs won't do that. Problem is that
UHF station 14+ are offset from cable channels 65+ by 2 MHz, or 1/3 of a
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