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Is there a way to duplicate the signal from the current coax connected

Is there a way to duplicate the signal from the current coax connected

Is there a way to duplicate the signal from the current coax connected

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Hi. I live in a apt-building. From the dish (dual LNB) two coax go to a multi-switch 2 x 8. I had the normal directv receiver  that only needed one coax from the multi-switch, but now I got the new receiver that needs 2 inputs (2 coax cables). The problem I have is the tube (goes under the floor) where I pass the current coax from the multi-switch has no room for two cables.
Is there a way to duplicate the signal from the current coax connected to the multi-switch in order to generate the 2 inputs the receiver needs?
 

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