Glomex coax splitter

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  1. jeffrey vargas

    jeffrey vargas New Member

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    Feb 4, 2019
    Sacramento, Ca
    2008 Sea Ray Sundancer 48
    Cummins QSC 8.3
    Does anyone know where the coax gets spit out from the TV antenna to the 4-TV's on a 48 Sundancer? Basically, where is the splitter?
     
  2. TNT8808

    TNT8808 Active Member PLATINUM Sponsor

    342
    May 25, 2016
    West Michigan
    2008 48 Sundancer
    Cummins QSC 8.3's
    Avon Seasport 340
    40 HP Yamaha
    Mine was behind the access panel located behind TV in the salon. I saw it when they removed the TV as part of adding my Intellian dish. I never put that TV back, and instead mounted a 40" or 42" directly above that cabinet with a sound bar.

    -Tom
     
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  3. Michael Mirra

    Michael Mirra Member

    104
    Jan 18, 2017
    Rock Hall, Md
    360 Sundancer 2002
    8.1 Horizon X 2
    Same here. Its behind the salon TV on my 360. You will need to remove the TV for access. Plenty of room behind the TV.
     
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  4. jeffrey vargas

    jeffrey vargas New Member

    14
    Feb 4, 2019
    Sacramento, Ca
    2008 Sea Ray Sundancer 48
    Cummins QSC 8.3
    Thanks guys! I plan to do the same TV install as you Tom. Tom, did you drill through the bulk head cabinet panels to mount the TV mount? I have a little de-lamination on those panels so it will actually hide that. And since we're on that topic, have you ever been able to find that cabinet material? Every 48 and 55 I looked at had some de-lamination. I got lucky on this boat as it isn't very bad.
     
  5. TNT8808

    TNT8808 Active Member PLATINUM Sponsor

    342
    May 25, 2016
    West Michigan
    2008 48 Sundancer
    Cummins QSC 8.3's
    Avon Seasport 340
    40 HP Yamaha
    I did drill through the bulk head cabinet panels to attach to the 2" x 4"s behind them as they are only held on by Christmas tree fasteners. Those panels are how you access some of your electronics at the helm. I updated the electronics already, so accessing them will be rare but if needed I just pull the strings on the Rockfish mount and the TV pops right off. Then just unbolt the RF mount mount, and you're there. I've not been able to locate the cabinet material, but know of one 48DA owner that has I believe the last 6 sheets in existence, and he hasn't started on his delamination issue yet. The only place I have the issue is the 3" or 4" band of laminate directly above the cabinets on both the port and starboard sides. Since it's so small, my current plan is to cover/replace it with a brushed nickel looking aluminum or stainless.

    -Tom
     
  6. jeffrey vargas

    jeffrey vargas New Member

    14
    Feb 4, 2019
    Sacramento, Ca
    2008 Sea Ray Sundancer 48
    Cummins QSC 8.3
    For my clarification, do those panels just pull off since they have the Christmas tree fasteners? Great idea on that band of brushed nickel as I have a little going on with that above the fridge but not enough to deal with it yet.
    Any idea if that other owner might want to sell those sheets? I'd love to have a couple put away for a rainy day. Thanks for all the info!
     
  7. TNT8808

    TNT8808 Active Member PLATINUM Sponsor

    342
    May 25, 2016
    West Michigan
    2008 48 Sundancer
    Cummins QSC 8.3's
    Avon Seasport 340
    40 HP Yamaha
    Yes, mine just pulled right off. If I remember, the gentleman that has them is Zach312 out in Minnesocold and the last I knew he was waiting to get his boat unwrapped to he could get to work on it. You could always message him, or look for him on the official 48 DA thread. I believe he purchased his '08 48DA and had it trucked in just in time to cover it for the winter last fall.

    -Tom
     
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