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Mediabridge FLEX Series Coaxial Digital Audio Video Cable - (3 Foot/White) - Dual Shielded, F-Pin to F-Pin Mini Coax
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- Applications: use flex Series digital coaxial cables when a short and highly flexible cable is needed to fit in a tight space. Compatible with TVs, cable modems, satellite receivers, and more.
- Flexibility: Manufactured from miniaturized 3c2v coaxial for the ultimate in flexibility. ABOUT half the thickness of standard coaxial cable with no sacrifice in performance.
- Shielding: flex Series cables are Manufactured from dual shielded 3c2v miniaturized coaxial cable. Comparable shielding to standard RG6.
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Media bridge flex Series Mini 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 cable houses a solid copper center conductors, foam dielectric insulation dual aluminum/braided shielding. Flex Series cables are neatly lightweight, retain full support for today's electronics. Its durable build preserves signal quality still manages to take up only minimal wall space, with its soft flexible external PVC jacket. The 3C-2V cable is finished with unique Color-coded molds with no-slip finger grips, making installs effortless. Product Features - connects a TV, VCR, cable modem, satellite receiver, off-air antenna more - 2 male Nickel F-type connectors - clear picture sound without the hum/static of RF EM interference - 75 Ohm, solid copper center conductors, foam dielectric insulation dual aluminum over braided shielding - unique Color-coded molds, slip-free finger grips a durable, yet flexible PVC 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 each connector mold measures 1.25" in length for easy cable handling
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I'm a big fan of Monoprice, and years ago I bought a bunch of coax cables from them to use with my over-the-air (OTA) set up because they were inexpensive. The one thing that I've never been a fan of with those cables, and other cables, is how stiff they are. Being so stiff, they are harder to get into place, and then they tend to exert force on your equipment because they want to return to their original shape (unless you've taken the time to try and work them into the shape you want, which isn't easy to do if you're just trying to connect things behind an entertainment center). For lighter boxes like my Mediasonic HW-150PVR, there is enough force that the cables can push the boxes around a bit.
I've thought about getting more flexible cables for years, and my brother Joe's review of these cables finally inspired me. I'm glad that I got them!
These cables are super easy to work with. The thinner cable is very flexible and doesn't cause the cable to put force on equipment. Installing these was so much easier as I routed them through between my equipment because they pretty much just went where I wanted them to and then laid in place if I set them down (as opposed to curling back up and/or whacking against something).
I can't tell any difference in performance, as my stations come in like before.
For long runs, stiffer cables are usually just fine for me because I don't need to make tight turns behind equipment with them. For connections between components, or between a wall plate and my equipment, these cables are perfect.
I had always wondered if a shorter cable would have an impact on signal quality. I've always seen mixed comments, some say yes others say no, and none of the cable guys could ever give me a definitive answer. Finally, there was definitive information on the use use of shorter cable WITHOUT signal loss!! Which prompted me to search for the shorter Coaxial Cable. Voila, there's "Mediabridge Coaxial Cable". Their cables are so elegant in their design, the cables are not bulky like those you get from the cable companies and far easier to use.
I purchased the shorter cable, so far I've not been disappointed. In fact, I believe my signal quality has improved greatly. I know for sure when I have my media system mounted on the wall, I'll make sure the installer uses "Mediabridge's Coaxial Cable".
Way to go Mediabridge's Coaxial Cable!!
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My only lament is that I can't find it in any size longer than 3 feet. If I could get a 6-ft or longer version of this, it would be perfect.
Observing signal status page from cable modem (Motorola SURFboard SB6121 DOCSIS 3.0) both before and after installation, observed NO difference in reported signal strength. For what it is worth, Internet speed tests were equivalent before and after.
These are VERY flexible and seem quite well made.
Well, OK, maybe *now* they won't, since I've played them up, but, had you not read this review, or, really, any of the other reviews saying how great these are, *then* your expectations would definitely have been exceeded.
Anyway... these are high-quality coax cables, with excellent sheathing and flexibility and extremely nice connectors - they go on easily, attach firmly without the need for tools to tighten them sufficiently, and have exhibited zero issues with transmission of the signal. Treat yourself to one or more today - they're so much better than the cables that cost just a little less.