And even if the OP needed an amp, why would it be one from The Source? It's up to Rogers to ensure that there is sufficient signal for the drop, not for the sub to go out and buy an amp.Usually, there should be no amp used on broadband and broadband should be the first split. After that you can split for TV and amp if necessary. Amp shot? Splitter bad? Try connecting one of the TV or STB connections as close to the demarcation point as possible.
A bit off topic for this thread, but recently Rogers introduced powerboost, as discussed in the following thread. Let's stick to one topic per thread please....i have 10mbps Extreme internet, and all speedtests, including Rogers own speedtest are now showing my speed is 17-22 mpbs
The various services use different frequencies on the cable, so a fault may affect some services, but not others. A while ago, I had a problem that affected internet & phone, but not digital TV. It turned out to be a bad cable coming in from the street.I'm confused
I'm assuming that you tried EVERY analog channel?Yeah I'll just have to wait til tomorrow I guess. I even tried connecting straight to the cable that comes into the house.. no signal on either the digital box or analogue.. i thought analogue would at least pick up SOMETHING? but nothing at all.. I'm thinking it can't be a signal issue if my internets working fine and homephone as well, even tho they do run on different frequencies, I'd expect the analogue to at least pick up something. The lady on the other end at rogers was also confused since the analogue didn't work