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HD51 4K VM COAX to mutant HD51 4k ??

Discussion in 'Mut@nt - Mutant' started by pesser, Dec 16, 2016.

  1. pesser

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  2. Mutantusr

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    Yes, sure this was confirmed in your *** thread

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  3. alcable

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    ive had boxes cable u dont need that just screws on like sly
     
  4. pesser

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  5. Mutantusr

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    Depends on the tuner installed in the box

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  6. lancable

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    are tuner on box screw fit or push fit like from ariael
     
  7. Mutantusr

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    Mutant Hd51 is push fit same as aerial

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  8. pesser

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  9. Mutantusr

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    You need the one you posted from hombase. But also need a splitter

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  10. pesser

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    only have a single cable feed coming into the house. sorry for being thick what is the splitter for ?
     
  11. Mutantusr

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    Splitter is to split the cable so yoi can use both tuners. You may need a 3 way splitter if you have VM Broadband?

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  12. Willo3092

    Willo3092 TK Veteran Forum Supporter

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    Can't you use a loop cable from RF out on Tuner 1 to RF in on Tuner 2? That's what I've done on my Xtrend.
     
  13. Mutantusr

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    Yes my bad, on cable you can do that.

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  14. dillyp70

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    If you ordered hybrid tunners as said you only need one feed to box and it gets split internally, my vu has one feed two cable tunners.
     
  15. Mutantusr

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    Not on the mutant, these are independant tuners and does not split internally. You need to loop it out from A to B

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  16. dillyp70

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    So not hybrid then lol
     
  17. Mutantusr

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    Yours in the VU+ will be a single twin tuner module capable pf splitting internally. Not sure these tuners do that

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    Last edited: Dec 17, 2016
  18. Jazzie_bee

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    Unless it says twin tuner on the tuner card then it's not, normally when they refer to hybrid they're probably meaning both terrestrial and cable rather than a twin. I keep seeing this mentioned and people assuming that the tuner is twin when the word hybrid is mentioned.
    Best to check first than to assume.
     
  19. Mutantusr

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    Yes it is hybrid as it has more than one function. But is not a twin tuner. Hybrid does not mean 2 tuners in one module

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  20. Mutantusr

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    Yes i agree

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