I’m thinking of moving to Cable tv, my cable point is in the front of the house but my tv is in the back, I can’t have cable running through 3 rooms, is it possible to run a cable over the house or over the house?
The install technician should be blue to put the cable/s anywhere you want, don’t just let them put it where the want (usually because it’s much easier work for them). Bear in mind that you will also need a location for your Hub3 if you are having a V6 installed. To maximise WiFi in your home this is best placed centrally. The technician will install this in the same location as the V6 unless you tell him otherwise.
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As you are only wanting an additional point to add tv, this can be wired from a new splitter in the omni-box on your front wall. A 30m run should not be an issue unless you are a long distance from the street cabinet. The install tech will just pop you on a tap point with less resistance in the cab, & then if necessary attenuate the existing hub connection to balance your levels.
The V6 requires a connection to your hub as well as the coax, so if the WiFi is not sufficient in the new room you may need a Powerline kit working off your mains sockets.
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