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GE- 73232 Signal Splitter 3-Way (73232)

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GE- 73232 Signal Splitter 3-Way (73232)

Brand: GE           P\N: 73232           UPC: 030878732321

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Description


GE This Signal Splitter from GE connects to round coaxial cable to permit the installation of three TVs or VCRs from a single antenna source. It can be connected to a satellite receiver or VCR output cable to provide signal to three separate TVs simultaneously.

Features


  • Connects to round coaxial cable to permit the installation of 3 TVs or VCRs from a single antenna source

  • Can be connected to a satellite receiver or VCR output cable to provide signal to 3 separate TVs simultaneously

  • Install on cables between single source and as many as 3 components

  • Simple, screw-on installation



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