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Post 18 made on Thursday January 4, 2007 at 14:30
Ernie Bornn-Gilman
Yes, That Ernie!
December 2001
On January 4, 2007 at 13:55, jimdoo said...
I guess I was referring to using a splitter in reverse!

Cable and antenna signals are on the same frequencies from 2 - 13; Cable 65 is almost exactly UHF 14, and cable and UHF overlap from there on up. A splitter in reverse won't work in these ranges if there are stations there.

Whether it would work or not -I don't know. The a/b
switch seems to be the best- cheapest solution.

It does, although I haven't seen any TVs where you could program a tuner for a set of channels, switch to a different signal on the same input, and then ADD a bunch of channels. Programming for the "B" input would normally erase the channel list for the "A" input, so the A - B switch would be easy to switch but totally a pain to use.
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