Originally Posted by minotauro4life
No i'm about 99% sure its the splitter, i unplugged the cable going to the T.V, and now the internet works great
I didn't say it was the splitter- it's your SNR- Signal To Noise Ratio. If your house has more than 4 connections (meaning if you have a modem, and 3 TV's hooked up) you need a amplifier. It amplifies your signal. If you can hook the TV up somewhere else, great. But if not, you will need the amplifier. I know this information because I was a High Speed Internet support rep at a call center for 9 months. When it comes to Comcast issues, I can diagnose the problem. The Internet works great, because the "splitter" is not "splitting" the signal anymore. You can replace it if you want, they only cost a few bucks. I think the amplifier costs around 40+, but that's been over 2 years ago that I worked for them.