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COAXIAL SIGNAL LOSS IN SOME APC PRODUCTS

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COAXIAL SIGNAL LOSS IN SOME APC PRODUCTS

This was originally posted on APC forums on 1/16/2010


Hello,

I've been reading in some APC surge protectors to experience some coaxial signal loss espececially in the P11VT3 series.

Do all APC surge protectors have similar/same coaxial on these units?

I was considering going with a P8VNTG for my Home Theatre, but if the coaxial is the same as in the P11VT3 I would not be interested.

I've been reading in some APC surge protectors to experience some coaxial signal loss especially in the P11VT3 series.

Do all APC surge protectors have similar/same coaxial on these units?

I was considering going with a P8VNTG for my Home Theatre, but if the coaxial is the same as in the P11VT3 I would not be interested.

APC has a good reputation and I would like to use a APC product on my Home Theatre system.

I would appreciate some input on this matter.

Thank you


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NewUser_apc
Crewman
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COAXIAL SIGNAL LOSS IN SOME APC PRODUCTS

This was originally posted on APC forums on 1/16/2010


Hello,

I've been reading in some APC surge protectors to experience some coaxial signal loss espececially in the P11VT3 series.

Do all APC surge protectors have similar/same coaxial on these units?

I was considering going with a P8VNTG for my Home Theatre, but if the coaxial is the same as in the P11VT3 I would not be interested.

I've been reading in some APC surge protectors to experience some coaxial signal loss especially in the P11VT3 series.

Do all APC surge protectors have similar/same coaxial on these units?

I was considering going with a P8VNTG for my Home Theatre, but if the coaxial is the same as in the P11VT3 I would not be interested.

APC has a good reputation and I would like to use a APC product on my Home Theatre system.

I would appreciate some input on this matter.

Thank you

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Re: COAXIAL SIGNAL LOSS IN SOME APC PRODUCTS

This was originally posted on APC forums on 1/19/2010


There's an inherent signal loss with any RF connector, including the ones on APC surge strips. At my house, I have several TVs and a cable modem all tied to a single coax cable and signal loss is an issue, so I have an RF amplifier in front to boost the signal. That might work for you as well.

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COAXIAL SIGNAL LOSS IN SOME APC PRODUCTS

This was originally posted on APC forums on 1/16/2010


Hello,

I've been reading in some APC surge protectors to experience some coaxial signal loss espececially in the P11VT3 series.

Do all APC surge protectors have similar/same coaxial on these units?

I was considering going with a P8VNTG for my Home Theatre, but if the coaxial is the same as in the P11VT3 I would not be interested.

I've been reading in some APC surge protectors to experience some coaxial signal loss especially in the P11VT3 series.

Do all APC surge protectors have similar/same coaxial on these units?

I was considering going with a P8VNTG for my Home Theatre, but if the coaxial is the same as in the P11VT3 I would not be interested.

APC has a good reputation and I would like to use a APC product on my Home Theatre system.

I would appreciate some input on this matter.

Thank you