What is your SNR% when direct and when split (use the same channel for comparison). You do lose some strength/quality when splitting.I flashed originally with openATV.
I thought that might of been the problem. So I flashed it with openVIX mate.
Still no difference.
i was beginning to think it was faulty tuner.
As you posted mate yours is the way it should be.
But when I disconnect the splitter and give direct connection I have no issues.
It's looking like there's not enough feed coming in to run both modem and receiver.
As I just have broadband.
Its driving me nuts. LOL.
not missing much as I have the sat tuner but cable tuner is useless.
And cable tuner will become more important in the future as we all know.
ok so turned it to channel 4 with the splitter on and it's 29% and picture breaks up.What is your SNR% when direct and when split (use the same channel for comparison). You do lose some strength/quality when splitting.
It's possible it's low to start with but not low enough for signal drop out when direct but obviously splitting it drops the signal further.
Splitters I use cover upto 24000mhz not sure what he difference is
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My splitter covers 5 to 2400mhz is this good or bed for cable tv
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Would not worry @Napster if its working OK then leave it, Only reason to use a 1-1000mhz one is just to keep external interference to a minimum
many thanks to all who put input to help.
So I took box and splitter to another property. That property has both broadband and TV.
I connected it with my splitter and it was running perfect.
(Yet I would not in my property "broadband only")
i then took the splitter from the other property back home and used it and everything is now running 100%.
The splitter had attenuator attached to it.
It seems that has fixed the issue.
Also the SNR always stayed at 29% in both property's but does not freeze anymore.
Picture below fixed it for me.