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RG6 Digital Coaxial cable

Posted by on July 25, 2015 – 03:20 pm

RG6 Digital Coaxial cable

There are dozens of different coaxial cable types that are made for a myriad of different applications. Should you get RG-59 or RG-6? And what is RG-6/U? Do you need Quad shielding? What about braiding? Do you need to get Plenum Rated cable? Or Direct Burial? There is a seemingly endless list of options, and picking the wrong type of coax could cause you a world of problems. In this comprehensive article we ll go through the ins and outs of coaxial cable so you always know what you need and when you need it

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Digital Coaxial Cables to 3.5mm

Posted by on May 17, 2015 – 04:15 pm

Digital Coaxial Cables to 3.5mm

In 2011, a client presented me with a new problem. I devised a solution and wanted to share what I learned. My client bought a new Panasonic 55 inch flat panel TV, model Viera TVP55VT30. After he’d set up the TV in his home, he looked for a headphone jack and was surprised that he couldn’t find one. This particular model of TV only had a digital audio output connector! : A reader pointed out that FIIO’s TAISHAN-D03K converter is an alternative solution to the converter that I recommend, below, from Monoprice. The Taishan-D03K converter currently…

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Monster Digital Coaxial cable

Posted by on July 1, 2016 – 12:36 pm

Monster Digital Coaxial cable

Editor’s Note: This product has been removed from our side-by-side comparison because it has been discontinued. You can still read our original review below, but Top Ten Reviews is no longer updating this product’s information. Monster M850 DCX is a wedding of high-profile technology and aesthetic sizzle (if you find it hard to imagine how a digital coaxial cable can look like anything besides a cable, just take a quick look at one of these). If this cable were also a wedding cake, it would be the most elaborate seven-tiered beast you ve ever seen…

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Digital Audio Coaxial cable to RCA Converter

Posted by on November 7, 2015 – 03:06 pm

Digital Audio Coaxial cable to RCA Converter

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Coaxial cable Digital TV

Posted by on September 23, 2016 – 09:39 am

Coaxial cable Digital TV

We sometimes run into a bit of confusion about RG numbers-RG-6, RG-59, RG-11, et ceterahere s a little piece to explain just what these are, and what they really mean (or don t mean). All of the common RG designations apply to various types of coaxial cable. Some people think coax or coaxial cable means antenna cable,or cable with F-connectors,or some such thing, but coax is a much more general classification. Any cable which has two conductors which share a single common axis is a coaxial cable-a center conductor, accompanied by a shield…

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Digital Coaxial cable Converter

Posted by on August 27, 2016 – 08:09 am

Digital Coaxial cable Converter

Easy to connect Optical Audio to an older AV Unit Posted by: dfalzone1 from: Williamsville, NY on I was looking for an easy way to connect my new Smart TV optical TSOiink audio to an RCA A / V Unit. The Dynex unit was inexpensive and connected to my older RCA Cables that went from the TV to the an RCA cable based A / V unit. There is a noticeable 50 millisecond delay when the TV and A / V unit sound are oin together. An easy fix? I now shut off the sound on my TV and use the the A / V unit only. Problem fixed. I do however get chatter/static when…

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