Maxview TV/FM 2 Way Coaxial "Y" Splitter

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Maxview TV/FM 2 Way Coaxial 'Y' Splitter is designed to combines two TV aerials into 1 lead or use to split 1 lead into 2 outlets. Can also be used to split or combine FM radio signals. Application diagram included.

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Combines two TV aerials into 1 lead or use to split 1 lead into 2 outlets. Can also be used to split or combine FM radio signals. Includes assembly diagram.

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