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Old 29-01-2022, 10:42   #5
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Re: TV socket used for Virgin

You don’t say what you are trying to do. Can VM cabling be used for Freeview? Yes, but only if it is completely disconnected from the drop coming in from the street cabinet. Can I use my own cabling/connectors to distribute Virgin TV through the house? As per my post above, this risks a network noise issue & should not be considered.
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