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    Posted: 04/February/2013 at 20:58


Hope someone can help.

At the moment I have Sky multi-room with my dish feeding an HD box and also an old style Sky box.

I am wanting to replace the old box with a second HD box located elsewhere in the house. Would I be able to simply remove the current connections from the old box at the dish and connect a new cable to go to my new HD box?

Also, the cable run to the new box would be quite lengthy is this likely to cause problems?

And, would I need a new viewing card for the new HD box?

Many thanks


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