1 . The antenna looks like a Televes with a Boss amplifier. Do you know the exact type? What antenna power supply do you have - photo?
2. I'm not a big fan of "Blue...", but it seems to me that the splitter is not the main suspect here.
3. Signal quality on mux-1,2,3 are OK (all 100%), and on mux-8 the quality is poor (37%), but that's because this antenna is not designed to receive mux-8. However, the mux-8 level is very suspicious for me, with this type of antenna. This may indicate strong clipping of signals from mux-1,2,3.
You can make two attempts:
1. turn off the antenna power supply (pull it out of the socket) and see if the receivers will receive anything.
2. Connect the splitter with output 2 to the antenna and output 1 to the TV and see if the TV will receive anything. Antenna power supply turned on.
1. You do not receive the test mux-DVB-T2 on the k31 channel?
Antenna pointed at PKIN. My location is Wyszków nad Bugiem. ad. 1 After turning off the power supply, the TVs work. ad. 2 When changing cables as suggested, pixelation of the image. I tried without a decoder.
ad. 1 After turning off the power supply, the TVs work.
That means what? Was there a pick up?
How about the decoder?
If you do any trials, you need to report the signal levels and qualities as before in order to draw any conclusions. TVP1 is the same parameters as TVP2, so you enter the set: TVP1, Polsat, PoloTV, ZoomTV. You don't need to add photos anymore, you can simply write: Level 'such', quality 'such' for each of the programs. Unless you prefer pics.
Antenna power supply
And you can show a photo of the voltage separator - this is the element on the antenna cable to which the cable from the power supply runs.
I give the signal parameters without the antenna amplifier: TVP 1 71% and 50%, Polsat 79% and 52%, Polo TV 35% and 42%, Zopom TV 94% and 60%. Signal parameters with antenna amplifier all 100% and 100%. I am attaching the connection diagram of the antenna with TV sets. Regards. Casimir.
My friend will forgive me, but the connection diagram makes no sense (especially the location of the power supply). Where is this amplifier? And what is a "wire connection"? What wire/connector is used to deliver the signal to the receiver?
Hello, thank you for your time. I placed the antenna power supply wrong in the diagram, it should be as you wrote in front of the decoder with the antenna cable. I lost the signal while reconnecting the cables. It turned out that the connection of the antenna cable at the voltage divider was questionable. After fixing the problem everything worked as it should. The decoder has searched for all channels. The parameters of the signals I sent to you are signals after repair. Thanks again, I learned a lot of new things. I am in my early eighties. Regards. Casimir. Problem solved. Ps Can such a LXDVB101 decoder support two TV sets?[/spoiler]