Take a look around you at your home theater installation. Most of the cable you’ll see is RG6 cable, and that’s 75 Ohm impedance. In almost every case, the cable type is printed on the…Read More
Read on before you make a choice that you’ll have to live with for years.
You know you have a box like this one. It’s time to talk about what’s in it.
The answer isn’t always clear but this tutorial makes it easy.
More than you ever wanted to know about the end of your satellite cable!
It seems that so many things boil down to military specs. This is one of them.
Admit it, you’ve sat down and thought about this on a slow Friday afternoon.
Learn about this tricky little term.
Is it really worth hoarding a lifetime full of old cables?
The most important part of any setup!
RG58 cable can be really pricey. Take for example this 500-foot spool, which at over $300 is a real price premium over a RG6 cable, which can generally be found at less than half the price….
If you’ve been reading our series, you probably learned a lot about cables. You’ve learned how a well-built cable with a firm connector can keep your signal nice and strong while a poorly built cable can…
It’s just a fact of life… signal loss happens. Of course, the image above would result in complete, 100% signal loss. However, there is a lot more to the idea of loss than just broken cables….