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Ask about our installation services, and our, custom made RG6 coax cable lengths, made to any length you need, we use compression RG6 connectors, for factory quietly, $0.30 per foot plus cost of RG6 cable ends, Be it F in F/M, F/F or RCA in RCA/M, RCA/F, we can even add colored bands on the connector, so you can id each cable once in the wall or cabinet. So call use today with your needs. We also have RG6 in mini as well.
We can do the same with our 14/2 speaker wire, as well as install
There is a lot of confusion in the market over what an HDTV antenna really is. In fact, many writers have accused antenna manufacturers and retailers of trying to mislead consumers in order to sell more antennas. The reality is that from an engineering perspective, there really is no such thing as an "HDTV Antenna."
Television signals are broadcast in two ranges: Ultra High Frequencies (UHF) and Very High Frequencies (VHF). TV antennas are typically designed to be responsive for one of these ranges although many antennas can actually capture some signals in both frequencies. Since more than 90% of all HDTV broadcasts are transmitted in UHF, it became common for consumers, retailers, and manufacturers to refer to UHF antennas as HDTV antennas. In reality, there are a number of stations that broadcast HDTV in VHF so an HDTV antenna could actually be either a VHF or UHF antenna.
Since most of our UHF antennas will capture high frequency VHF signals (Channels 7-13), we typically only recommend using VHF antennas to capture the low end of the VHF band (Channels 2-6). Occasionally, a VHF capable antenna may also be required on channels 7 and 8. For your convenience we have highlighted these 34 channels (channels 2-8) in red in a list of all of the VHF Digital Stations.
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We have the full line of Startech.com products available to you, it is slow going adding there over 3000 product to our website, please, if you do not see what you are looking for, by all means look over there site, then email us your items. I will price it for you and order just what you need.