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While we cannot officially recommend the use of a splitter, if there are multiple televisions in a dorm room or apartment a splitter may be used.  Make sure the splitter is of a high quality, and is rated for at least 860 MHz.  Finally, use a splitter that provides as many ports as you need, but no more.

Remember:  a two-port splitter cuts the signal strength of each port in half.  A four port cuts each port in half again, and so on.  From our testing, a four-port splitter should still provide a usable signal to all four ports, provided all other considerations have been optimized.


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