- Is Virgin a FTTP?
- Does Virgin Media use coaxial cable?
- What type of coax does virgin use?
- Can I take my virgin box to another house?
- Will Virgin move my router?
- Can you run 2 TVs off 1 Virgin box?
- Do Virgin use BT phone lines?
- What is wf100 coaxial cable?
- Does Virgin v6 box need coax?
- What connectors do Virgin Media use?
- Are Virgin v6 boxes wireless?
- Why does Virgin v6 box need Ethernet?
Is Virgin a FTTP?
Virgin Media is undoubtedly the highest profile FTTP provider in the UK.
Whilst the service is not available everywhere, a large amount of broadband customers are able to get fibre from Virgin Media, which offers speeds that dwarf those from the likes of Sky and TalkTalk..
Does Virgin Media use coaxial cable?
Virgin Media use coax cable because it’s what their network was originally built on, BT use twisted pair for the same reason, it was what their network is built on.
What type of coax does virgin use?
3M White Coax Cable For Virgin Media, Sky TV, Broadband Extension and Tivo & Superhub (3M,…
Can I take my virgin box to another house?
You can move your services to a rented property as long as the service is available at your new address. If there is no Virgin Media connection point at your new home, you may need your landlord’s permission for us to install one.
Will Virgin move my router?
Your connection box is usually put in the living room on the wall. If you wish to move your equipment further away from the box then you simply extend or replace the existing Virgin Cable and then connect again to either a TiVo Box or my Super Hub broadband router.
Can you run 2 TVs off 1 Virgin box?
Re: Connect 2 tvs to one Tivo Box You can then just run a standard Co-Ax cable to your second TV.
Do Virgin use BT phone lines?
Re: BT Line required for Virgin Phone? No. VM do not use and have never used the BT infrastructure for their phone service. It operates quite separately from the BT infrastructure.
What is wf100 coaxial cable?
WF100 Coax Cable WF100 cable, or Webro Foam 100 coax cable is suitable for many applications, including low power video, video signal and broadband signals. It is also be used in high-frequency transmission, especially for transmitters and receivers, computers, radio and TV transmitters.
Does Virgin v6 box need coax?
Yes, both boxes would require that they are conneceted to Virgin Media’s cable network via the coax cable that comes into your house. THey’d split the main cable feed where it enters the house and then run coax from that point to where your main box and the second box are located.
What connectors do Virgin Media use?
F Connector Satellite Coax Cable Lead Sky Virgin – 1.5M.
Are Virgin v6 boxes wireless?
Both the V6 box and Sky Q come with wireless remote controls that you don’t have to point at the box to change channels. Virgin TV’s uses RF technology, Sky Q uses Bluetooth.
Why does Virgin v6 box need Ethernet?
Cheers. The V6 does need an internet connection for (IIRC) on demand and some stuff to do with the EPG or the catch-up service. The V6 does have a wireless connection, so if you can’t connect directly to a router or the Superhub via a network cable, you can connect via wi-fi.