When doing a self install, would I have to have a tech come out and install one of those special low loss splitters for the modem? With three coax outputs and one input, with the lowest loss leg usually color coded to indicate that it's for the cable modem. And that serves double duty as filtering out the analog channels?
Currently the coax by the computer is on the last leg of the splitter. Should it be moved to the first leg?
And an FYI: Charter's going all-digital with only the locals unencrypted November 16th in the Auburn, AL market. Found that out from a charter rep. Could this be a predecessor to upstream channel bonding?
reply to wizkid6 Not an indication of anything aside from the fact that they (Charter) and most other ISPs are doing away with analog to free up bandwidth. With the addition of all the HD channels, they need all the bandwidth that they can get to increase HD picture quality. -- Google is your Friend