|reply to gizmojoe |
Re: Switching in a Comcast DTA breaks my Security Camera feeds
Unfortunately, these DTAs do not have any pass-through capability for NTSC analog signals. The RF input feeds directly into a digital-only tuner. That notch filter could also filter out any digital channels that are now moved/added into the CATV Channels 75 to 80 area on your system
The only way I see for you to handle this is with a splitter/A-B switch set-up that Comcast suggests for subscribers that want to be able to view (currently unencrypted) Limited Basic channels in HD on their HDTV sets equipped with "Clear QAM" tuners: »customer.comcast.com/help-and-su···to-hdtv/
By flipping the A-B Switch and tuning the TVs between Channel 3 and 78, you'd be able to view your security camera feeds once again, though with not as much convenience as before.