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    Signal way too high solo se

    I recently bought a box from here solo se set everything up its running Vix image. set my network id up did the scan found channels, but getting some jumping on the picture. I have checked signal and its at 97% which i know this is too high, before i had a zgemma and the signal on this was at 29% i have a 6db on the cable and a splitter but just wondering if anyone can help me please to lower the signal.
    I have been told it could be the external hdd that i have connected with is 1tb but i have tried it with and without doesnt make a difference. tried moving the phone because it was near the box this hasnt made a difference either.
    thank you

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    I have a splitter on at the minute too 5-2400mhz


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    Was the attenuator installed for you while you had a splitter or not? If not, 6db may be too much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abu baniaz View Post
    Was the attenuator installed for you while you had a splitter or not? If not, 6db may be too much.
    I have tried with and without the 6db but doesn't make no difference

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    Tried it and it was the attenuator had to get a 12db


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