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Old 01-20-2019, 09:13 AM   #1
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Antennae question?

I just purchased a 2018 Volante 360db 5th wheel, and it has the antennae booster switch in the master bedroom, and we have been able to use that for local channels in the bedroom only. How can I, or can I, watch the antennae in the living room, bunk room, or outdoor kitchen? Sorry if this had been asked before, I am a newbie. Anyway, any and all help/answers would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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Old 01-20-2019, 09:38 AM   #2
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The booster should work on all the antenna connections. On my Cruiser the booster is in the main area and also works the outlet in the bedroom.

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Old 01-20-2019, 11:24 AM   #3
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The booster should work on all the antenna connections. On my Cruiser the booster is in the main area and also works the outlet in the bedroom.

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So, in the living area, for example, there's only 1 coaxial jack/plug. Will that be for antennae AND for cable/satellite? Our old camper had 2 different places to hook the tv to coaxial. 1 was for cable, the other was for the antennae.
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Again on mine you hook up the coax from the post-cable tv service- then leave the booster off for cable and on for over the air. Not sure if things have changed from 05 to now.
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Ok, thanks! I'll try it.
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Again on mine you hook up the coax from the post-cable tv service- then leave the booster off for cable and on for over the air. Not sure if things have changed from 05 to now.



Yes, I absolutely concur.
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