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Wanting a hardwired coax for my tv, I already have a tv coax point but I want to keep this and don’t want any cables on show, now would the best way be run a Coax into the wall into the existing coax point would I need to add a splitter inside the coax point for the new coax?
 
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Just run that by me one more time?
There will be a coax from the TV to the wall?
So that's a cable on show...
 
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I have existing coax point, now I’m going to run a coax from tv on wall through a brushed outlet now can I run the cable will be fixed inside stud wall into the existing coax point and join it inside the back box with a splitter?
Just run that by me one more time?
There will be a coax from the TV to the wall?
So that's a cable on show...
 

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If you are running a coax from the TV through a brushplate into the backbox, you don't need a splitter.
 
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