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There can be a lot of junk on your cable junk that could interfere with your whole-home video signal Lowpass filters also remove cable system noise, test, and monitoring signals from the cable company, and signals from cable modems As a bonus, these filters prevent your modulated signals from traveling back down the cable and into your neighbors homes, or even traveling back up the rooftop antenna and being broadcast across the neighborhood
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In some cases, where the signal strength on existing channels to be blocked is too high, two filters connected in a series may be necessary to completely block the signal
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Signal splitters and combiners are, essentially, the same product (like the one shown in Figure 13-7) In fact, if you buy one, all you have to do to convert it from a splitter to a combiner is to flip it over and change the inputs and the outputs
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Splitters and combiners make it possible to split a TV antenna or cable signal and send it to multiple end sources, or to combine multiple inputs into a single output Splitters and combiners came in 2-, 3-,4-,6-, or 8-way configurations and cost between US$599 and US$1999 Amplified splitters allow a signal to travel further across coax cable As a rule, if you are sending a signal farther than about 50 feet, an amplified signal splitter should be used
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If you have empty connectors on your splitter (for instance, you buy a 4-way splitter, but only use three of the terminals), use a 75-ohm terminator on the unused signal output Frequently, unterminated outputs cause a herringbone pattern to appear on some channels of the other television sets attached to it These terminators cost US$699 for a 20 pack and screw on to coaxial outlets
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In 5, we talked about zones in relation to security systems Just to confuse you, the word zone is also used in Smart Home entertainment systems When discussing security systems, zone was used to describe various sensors
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or devices connected to the system When we talk about whole-home audio and video systems, zone is really meant to describe a room or area in your home served by a portion of your whole-home A/V system For example, if you want to wire your family room and three bedrooms, your family room might be referred to as zone one, while the bedrooms will be referred to as zones two through four In this section, we ll talk about the different ways in which you can distribute A/V signals to your various zones
Single Source Distributed to Multiple Rooms
The easiest and least expensive method is to send the signal from a single receiver to multiple zones The signals are input to the receiver from its various sources (VCR, DVD, CD player, satellite dish, and so forth) From there, the signal is sent to a signal splitter with built-in impedance-matching capabilities, then split off to the four zones
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We re only using four zones as an example The number of zones possible will depend on the impedance-matching system you select and can certainly be more than four The downside of this particular design is that, while each zone is connected, they all receive the same signal It is possible to control the volume on the zone s television set, but not change the channel or source of the audio
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To facilitate the need for different zones to receive different video or audio inputs, it is necessary to employ multiple amplifiers and receivers Each amplifier or receiver is used for each zone The amplifiers and receivers can be stacked together and the source inputs can be shared The signals are sorted out and sent to the appropriate zone using a signal distributor The volume and source for each zone can be controlled via a number of remote control options, which we ll discuss in 14 For example, if Jimmy in Zone 1 wants to listen to a CD, he turns on the CD player via an IR remote control This sends a signal back to the A/V cabinet where the CD is activated and sent to the receiver that feeds Zone 1 Meanwhile, Jane (watching a movie in Zone 2 from the satellite dish) won t be cut off because a different receiver is feeding a signal to her zone
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