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I want to split the signal from satellite dish into two HDTVs.
Now if I split the cable after the box, the two tv's can only watch the same channel.

The box has a smart card (looks like a sim card)
If I understand right, these card splitters can split the signal like there were two boxes with two cards?
http://www.satmultimedia.tv/smart-wi-ii-wireless-card-splitter?lang=en
http://www.satmultimedia.tv/card-splitters
and both TVs can watch different channels at the same time?
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To properly have separate feeds into two receivers you need to have an LNB on your dish which provides separate feeds.

Like this:

http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/4-/13703892/743161049/Sky-Digital-Quad-LNB/ListingDetails.html?_%24ja=tsid:13315%7Ccat:13703892%7Cprd:13703892&ef_id=UcRn8gAABLHuOQ0J:20130709091922:s

You will then need to have an extra service to give you a second box and card in order to decrypt the separate feed,
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