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TriStar 3 Way coaxial aerial splitter

£4.20
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Product Information

This 3 way coaxial aerial splitter is suitable for splitting single co-axial feed to three co-axial sockets.

  • Guarantee - 1 year
  • Compatibility - Antenna Cable/Equipment

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    Technical Specifications

    Pack quantity1
    Colour descriptionWhite
    Model19164TR
    Product code5050171064696

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    2.75 / 5(4 reviews)

    Excellent piece of kit

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    Mike in Suffolk - 8 months ago

    Despite some of the poor ratings already given here, I've just bought this little three-way splitter and now have the benefit of Quality 10 TV pictures in all three rooms. Was afraid that splitting the signal would reduce the picture quality, but in my case (approx 50 miles from the Tacolneston transmitter and with no signal amplification anywhere on my system), it hasn't. Best £4 investment I've ever made!

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    doktor steve - 3 years ago

    I bought this to connect 2 TVs and a PVR to my aerial. If I did not know what I was doing I would have had to return it. The signal wires of 2 outputs were not connected and the outsides of the connectors connect intermittently The case seems to be made of the cheapest possible brittle plastic. I was able to repair the splitter and it functions OK now but there is very little resistance to pulling out the cables.

    Good and sturdy

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    Dixie57 - 3 years ago

    I bought this so I could connect up a couple of televisions without have wires everywhere well worth the money

    Flimsy

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    MisterM2015 - 3 years ago

    Poor quality, flimsy, fell apart. Used a coax splitter from elsewhere instead.