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LAP TV, FM & 2 Satellite Quadruplex Grid Module White Product Code: 31768

TV, FM and satellite quadruplexer unit for connection to a single co-axial aerial lead with two satellite, TV and FM signals combined.


  • Female, Male & 2 x F-Type Sockets
  • For AV Installations
  • Double Module 50mm Wide


BS 5733, ASTA.
Additional Information
Technical Specification
  • Brand : LAP
  • Product Height : 50 mm
  • Total Product Weight : 0.096 kg
  • Model No : EMTVFMSAT2W
  • Product Width : 50 mm
  • Parent Colour : White
  • Colour : White
  • Product Depth : 37 mm
  • Pack Size : 1
  • No. of Gangs : 2
  • Manufacturer Guarantee : 1 Year Guarantee
  • Pieces in Pack/Case : 1
  • CE Standard (Tested to EN...) : BS 5733, ASTA.
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LAP TV, FM & 2 Satellite Quadruplex Grid Module White is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 11.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Description needs correcting As pointed out in several reviews this unit uses TWO cables not one as described to be fully functional. If bought based on the product description hoping that this will allow a two tuner satellite receiver (Sky, Humax) to be used when they only have one downlead they will be disappointed. The product is good ( termination leaves a little to be desired), price is excellent.
Date published: 2019-03-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Explanation of use There seems to be some confusion in the previous two reviews. This item has two coaxial cable connections, One of the connections is a simple feed to the SAT2 connector. The other connection needs a multiplex feed including Satellite, Terrestrial TV, and Radio. Some TV aerial distribution amplifiers have a facility for a multiplexed output. You can also use one of these LAP modules to produce a multiplexed output by feeding Sat, TV, and Radio into the connectors on the faceplate, and taking the multiplex output via the coax cable connection on the rear (right hand connection looking at rear with module oriented such that coax connections are at the bottom). If you use a DVM to check continuity you will not see a connection from the coax connection to the TV and Radio sockets as there is no DC path, just a radio frequency path. There will be a DC connection from the coax to the SAT1 connector as the LNB needs power from the Satellite tuner. Problems, awkward to get the coax cable laying in the pattress as there's not much room. Reliability, I just had one fail after 9 months of use.
Date published: 2019-02-02
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Does ot fit into a module the quality of this product is very good. but as the cables connections are directly out at the bottom you can't then click the unit into a module backing. I even tried installing the cables with the backing fitted and then screwing the backing into the wall box but again as the cables entry is so close to the bottom there is not enough room for the cable to bend within the back box. this is very disappointing as one of the 3 installs is into a 4 way back box which I can't change.
Date published: 2018-09-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from DiY Review I bought a pair of these to provide Satellite and Terrestrial TV in a new bedroom installation. Having seen the images on the website with arrows pointing both in and out of the socket, I assumed it was bi-directional so planned to put one in the loft and one in the bedroom. When I examined the real product , I noticed that both arrows pointed into the device. Neither a call for product support nor the enclosed instruction leaflet gave any clues as to the operational capabilities of the socket so I decided to experiment. The experiment was successful. Two sockets back to back carried two satellite channels and a terrestrial signal too. I have no doubt the radio connection would probably work too. My only concern is that the TV aerial connection is very sloppy and whereas most Aerial only sockets are female, this one is male. Despite the negative answer from a Screwfix expert on the Q&A page to the question about the use of Sky shotgun cable, I can confirm that this works fine. Much more information should be provided in the instruction leaflet enclosed with the product but it has a good feel to it and appears to perform satisfactorily
Date published: 2017-09-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Just a single sat socket You can only connect one sat cable without additional equipment. I threw it in the bin as it would cost me more to return it ( time and petrol)
Date published: 2017-06-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Product Very easy to instal - Does exactly what it says it will do.
Date published: 2016-10-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Requires a combiner too! This module has 2 cable entries - One links directly to Sat 2 socket. One is to a splitter circuit (inside the metal cover) which connects to the TV, Radio and Sat 1 sockets. In the loft, or somewhere convenient, you need a combiner to merge the TV aerial and one satellite cable into one cable which then goes to this box. It saves running a separate cable. . The second sat connector is direct from the dish for SKY+, or you can use it for something else, like sending the output of Sky box to another room. I hope this helps! Andy
Date published: 2014-12-27
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not what it appears to be. The one I received was faulty (internal short) however it would have went back anyway. As most installations these day are twin satellite cables I thought this would tidy my wires up, I was wrong. It has 2 satellite outputs plus TV and radio, however there are only 2 inputs to the rear, now unless I'm missing something I cannot see how you can have RF terrestrial signal coming through a satellite dish because the 2 inputs to the rear supply the 2 satellite outputs at the front, I checked the with a meter. So unless mine was faulty in more ways than one I cannot see the point of it.
Date published: 2014-05-03
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