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Chaining Antennas through receivers

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in the manual you say when chaining Antennas through the XD-V Systems you connect both Antennas to the first receiver and connect the next receiver to the first one and so on.

So Antenna A and B connect on receiver one, Out A/B of Receiver one connected to IN A/B of Receiver two and so on.


But what makes more sense to me:

One Antenna on the first receiver, lets say A Antenna

One Antenna to the last receiver as B Antenna and cable it the other way around...


So this should give even better results.

What speaks against doing it this way?


est regards,



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Absolutely nothing wrong with doing it that way. If you want to go slightly further than the recommended number of receivers in the daisy chain, it's better to wire them this way.

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