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Cable Internet/TV ?


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just switched over to cable internet. i wanna know if i split the cable wire with a good splitter will it effect bandwith? Such as right now:

Cable wire from outside comes into house and goes directly into modem. I want to take the cable wire and put a 2-way splitter so that one line goes to modem and the other to TV.

Will this be ok?
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Yes it will be fine. The signals for the TV are analog and the internet are digital, I think. I'm doing it so I know it works.
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Thanks!
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