Advertisements Now that my system has been corrected and is working again from the mini's not seeing the Romio I can tweak it a little . . . I just ordered 5 new 2500 Mhz splitters to replace the 1,000 MHz spitters after Spectrum swapped out my Holland 2,100's when they came through my house in 2019 for a dropping internet signal issue and installed their 1,000 Mhz splitters. The system was working so I left their splitters in place. In checking my signal strength it was 100% and since the Tivo diagnostic screen does not read above 100% it could again be pulling in a signal much higher and hotter than 100%. I'm the last house on my street and Spectrum says that can cause a hot signal. I used to use an array of two or 3 splitters to pad down a hot signal at this first two way splitter where the signal comes in just before my Romio from the street. But now I just went back to using Attentuators. I have 3 of them. 3 DB, 6 DB and 10 DB. Using them alone or in combination allows me to lower a hot signal. Just by adding the 6 DB I was able to bring my signal down to 96-98% . This pic shows the attentuator being added to the splitter (I'm upgrading this splitter to a 2500 Mhz) One side goes to the Romeo and the other run is feeding 3 TV's. I have not been perusing this forum for awhile as my system has been running good past 2 years. But please let me know if using attenuators is passe'. My SNR is 39-40 db which is slightly high over the Tivo spec of 29-35 SNR. varying with each of the 6 tuners. I'll address this SNR number if it gives me any issues down the road.