Mediabridge Coaxial Cable (8 Feet) with F-Male Connectors – Ultra Series – Tri-Shielded UL CL2 in-Wall Rated RG6 Digital Audio/Video – Includes Removable EZ Grip Caps (Part# CJ08-6BF-N1)

February 22, 2020 - Comment

Mediabridge coaxial digital audio/video cable provides a connection for TV’s, vcr’s, cable modems, satellite receivers, off-air antennas & other coaxial F-pin enabled devices. Enjoy a crisp signal without electromagnetic & radio frequency interference. Featuring 2 male Nickel F-type connectors, this 75 Ohm RG6 cable houses a copper clad center conductor, dielectric insulation & 3 layers

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Mediabridge coaxial digital audio/video cable provides a connection for TV’s, vcr’s, cable modems, satellite receivers, off-air antennas & other coaxial F-pin enabled devices. Enjoy a crisp signal without electromagnetic & radio frequency interference. Featuring 2 male Nickel F-type connectors, this 75 Ohm RG6 cable houses a copper clad center conductor, dielectric insulation & 3 layers of aluminum shielding. Its durable build preserves signal quality & still manages to take up only minimal wall space, with its soft & flexible external jacket. Includes easy grip connector caps for effortless connector tightening/loosening, rather than straining oneself with additional tools. This cable is suitable for both indoor & outdoor use. Product Features – connects a TV, VCR, cable modem, satellite receiver, off-air antenna & more – 75 Ohm RG6 cable with Nickel F-type connectors – clear picture & sound without the hum/static of RF & EM interference – copper clad center conductor, dielectric insulation, braided aluminum shielding, & 2 layers of aluminum foil shielding – includes removable easy grip caps for effortless installs – suitable for indoor & outdoor use, with a durable, yet flexible jacket compatibility devices with F-type ports, like a cable box, TV, satellite receiver, VCR, cable modem, off-air antenna & more installation plug-&-play: ready to use, once each end is connected to its respective port on a compatible device notes while connected to an F-type port, simply twist the easy grip caps like you would a Screwdriver, to tighten/loosen the cable’s hold package contents – 1 x coaxial digital a/V cable – 2 x easy grip caps

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Anonymous says:

The quality of the cable is fine, it seems This cable, advertised as 25 feet long, arrived only 21 feet long. After correspondence with the Mediabridge, including my sending them a photo of the product, they told me they could not resolve this and I should take it up with Amazon. Amazon refers me to Mediabridge. The quality of the cable is fine, it seems, but I needed the length I actually ordered.

Anonymous says:

If your Cable Internet started misbehaving all of a sudden try this before you pay for a service call. As everyone else has said, this is a very high quality RG6 cable. What many people don’t know is that the latest internet cable standard(Docsis 3) is very sensitive to interference. So if your cable provider upgrades to it, the low quality cable that you had before could make the connection very intermittent or even non-functional. If you live in a rf noisy area (apartment complex, next to a cell tower or amateur radio) throw a grounding coupler and rod on this at the cable box. You’ll need a special tool to open it, too. All said and done that’s less than $30 to fix it the the best possible way, which at least where I am is less that just the service call that I would have had to pay.If you prefer to know for sure before you buy and you are a little techy then google how to log into your modem. In there somewhere should be a list of bonded channels. You’ll want to look at the downstream channels, If it’s true Docsis 3 then they should be using QAM256 modulation and your…

Anonymous says:

High quality coaxial cable, highly recommended. I bought this cable after doing some research about the difference between RG6 and RG59 coax cable. I was having trouble getting some HD channels on my cable box, they would pixelate. There was a 50 foot piece of RG59 run in the attic from a splitter to the jack in the living room. As soon as I replaced this section, my channels came in clear. It is important to make sure that the short piece of cable that goes from the jack in the wall to the cable box is RG6 also. You can see the difference between 6 and 59 in the diameter of the cable as well of the gauge of the “stinger” wire, both are noticeably larger. This is a high quality cable and you can see it when you look at it.

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