sky system - telephone query

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  1. Davisss

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    hi guys, i want to set up my sky box in a different area of the lounge. there is no fixed BT point there at present. what is the best solution to remedy this, bearing in mind i do not want any cables showing?
    is there some sort of wireless technology i could use? any feedback is greatly appreciated.
     
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    Powerline phone jacks. clicky
     
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    If it's not multiroom and you don't use PPV or interactive, leave it unplugged, if you do use these then run a cable under the edge of the carpet (or quadrant/edge of skirting if for some bizarre reason you have laminate flooring in your lounge)?

    How are you getting the sat signal from where it is to the new location? Surely running a phone line with the coax wouldn't be difficult?
     
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    all the cables for the sky system have already been put in. im an electrician by trade and havent up til now done much a/v work. it was oversight by myself and the client. a new chipboard floor and carpet has been put down now so there is no way that is coming up! thats why i asked if there was a wireless solution. thanks for your input. it is much appreciated.
     
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