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Post 115 made on Monday February 14, 2005 at 13:50
Long Time Member
February 2005
On 02/14/05 09:29 ET, ontariocraig said...
Problem with the signal stregth meters built into
recievers is they dont show multipath, or other
electrical noise that may be there. You can have
a strong signal with multipath, but unlike analog,
it doesnt show as ghosting. much harder to figure

Use RG6 coax too.

I'm definatly going to try that tonight...I use only RG6, but it's far from being a one-piece cable, as there are many breaks/splits in the cable, since it was a long cable that was required.

Since I still have the ladder in the backyard, I'll run up to the top, and run a single piece of cable to the receiver. I'll know right away on whether I still get the multi-path issues or not...

Thanks for the tip!

Yamaha RX-V1400
Toshiba 46H84C ISF calibrated
Toshiba DST-3000 OTA Surrounds/main are PSB century

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