#1
I asked a few people and they said such a device doesn't exist, I digress. For an internet connection, you can hardwire, of course, as well as use a hub/router/switch. for multiple sets.

My tv is downstairs, hooked up to digital cable. I wanna move it up to my room where it doesn't have a cable line installed in the room. The room over does though (the room is taken, btw). Has anyone heard of running a cable from the wall to a switch, to the original room's tv, and from that switch to the other room (my room's) tv?

I asked some people that weren't very technologically advanced so I'll ask you guys.

Any ideas? Or should I just pop the whatever it is for an installation fee and be done with it.

Thanks
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ENGL E212VH Cab

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#2
a signal splitter?
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#3
My dad worked in the cable business for a little while and he has the TV's in our has linked together. We have DirecTv satellite boxes in a few of the rooms, but the one in the living room links to almost every room in the house except my room and my brothers(because we have our own box). I think you wanna connect some type of splitter to it and run the cables to the TV. I'm not exactly sure though.
#4
Alright, thanks guys, appreciate it.
Amps
Mesa Dual Recto 3 Ch
Peavey 6505 Combo

Cab
ENGL E212VH Cab

Guitars
Epi Explorer
Schecter Damien 6
Squier Strat (signed by Rob Zombie!)

Pedals
ISP Decimator
Dunlop Crybaby Original
Boss CE-5 Chorus Ensenble
Boss GE-7 Equalizer