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#48880 17-Nov-2009 09:24
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Anyone know where someone can buy a DSL Splitter that goes in the master jack?

DSE and Jaycar don't :(

Trying to avoid paying for a chorus guy to come krone in 3 pairs and charge me $150!




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  #273747 17-Nov-2009 09:29
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You mean a MM3200 master splitter? Best place is Mastertrade/Corys or your local electrical wholesaler.

 
 
 

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  #273751 17-Nov-2009 09:54
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  #273787 17-Nov-2009 11:04
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There are now the VDSL2 rated ones, good for 17MHz+, ST555 rather than ST550 which is the MM3200B. Same price, the MM3200B is to be phased out as stocks end.

I have ST555 to hand if you want them, PM me. The new ones are all now 3port, Orange is line, Blue, POTs out and Green DSL, although having pulled one apart the orange and green are connected to the same point

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  #273810 17-Nov-2009 11:36
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Saw a post about the new splitters somewhere the other day, should be <$30 if you know someone with a trade account at one of the electrical suppliers




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  #273812 17-Nov-2009 11:39
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I think <$30 is a bit light, the price to wholesalers is around $25, so expect to pay more like $40-45

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  #273866 17-Nov-2009 14:00
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Fair enough!

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