i have a ntl cable running into my room,this used to be connected to my set top box.but now i also have the broadband in my room,which also needs a ntl cable plugging into it.
i only have one cable,i was thinking is there some solution that i can use,so that the ntl cable will be split into 2,so the broadband and set top box can both have individual cables.
iv just been on maplins and had a look at some splitters,but the one i was looking at,doesnt seem to deal with broadband (see FAQ at the bottom of page).http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?TabID=1&ModuleNo=29530&doy=16m1
what do you recommend me using,i also need some connectors aswell.not sure how many.
The connection that connects into the broadband and set top box are F types.am sure someone could clear that up for me.
if i do go ahead and split the cable,does that mean i might split the quality of connection (i.e i have 10mb, would i get 5),or should everything work out ok.
please reply asap,i will be going to maplins as soon as someone gives me a solution