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Re: TV - which socket and adapter?

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The left (hole in the middle) is for FM Radio 87 - 108 MHz.
The right (pin in the middle) is for classic and DVB-C TV in the 57 to 860 MHz range
The middle one is for broad band connection up to 2Ghz.

Not sure if UPC still broadcasts FM Radio.
Not sure if UPC still has classic TV or if all is digital this days.
If it is digital your TV will need a DVB-C tuner.
For all/more channels you may have to order the UPC Digicard, and your TV should have a CI+ card slot.

If your TV does not have a CI+ slot, or you wisch VOD, and record any channel, you have to get the UPC TV Set-Top-Box, that one has to be connected to the middle outlet.
Does anyone know what the internals of the box is?

I understand a single coax cable goes into it, so is it just a direct physical connection to split it into 3 different connectors? Or is there something more advanced going on inside which maybe filters the signal going to the different outputs?