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Author Topic: Use a High Pass Filter for multiple connections  (Read 1846 times)

JessicaFrost

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Use a High Pass Filter for multiple connections
« on: July 17, 2006, 02:10:35 am »

Let's not advertize cable theft.
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Don Boone

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Re: Use a High Pass Filter for multiple connections
« Reply #1 on: July 17, 2006, 04:42:01 pm »

Info on how to rip off your cable company doesn't belong here.
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Brad Weber

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Re: Use a High Pass Filter for multiple connections
« Reply #2 on: July 18, 2006, 12:17:15 pm »

JessicaFrost wrote on Mon, 17 July 2006 02:10

Hope that this info can help your problem.

With too many connections as you mentioned, you must install a High Pass Filter.



What problem?  What connections mentioned?  This is the OP for this thread and thus it seems to be someone attempting to make their post look like a response so that they can market a product.

You do have to somehow admire suppliers that actually advertise that they supported a customer who came to them after a competitor told the customer that what they were doing was illegal.  Not just anyone can pull off marketing based on their supporting illegal activities better than their competition.
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