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Hank
Searching for a new Frontier
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join:2002-05-21
Burlington, WV
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reply to Thadius856

Re: Splitting Coax (F-Type RG6) 16-Way Preferably Rack-Mounted?

OK, a little more clear what you are actually doing. Here is a patch panel that will fit your application:

»www.l-com.com/item.aspx?id=853

When you decide who your TV provider is going to be ask them about a splitter or splitter/amp combination that will fit your requirements.

If the provider supplies the splitter/amp just purchase a shelve to place those items on and use the panel above to make the patch changes easier.


Thadius856

join:2006-06-15
Wheatland, CA
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Pretty nice looking product. If it absolutely had to be 16-port for me to be satisfied, I'd go for it. But $97.10 after tax and shipping makes it a little hard to swallow.

Borrowing on that idea, it looks like I can piece together a 24-port version using Monoprice parts for $15.43, plus tax and $8 shipping.

1x Keystone Jack Panel, 24 ports (#7260) $7.03 ea
24x Keystone Jack - Modular F Type, Black (#6544) $0.35 ea.

Now to just convince myself (and my OCD) that it doesn't *need* to be a 16-port version. :\

Thanks a ton!