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Topic # 51809 1-Dec-2009 13:36
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Hi Team
Can you purchase RJ 6 jacks (for TV) for keystone face plates?
It seems I have to purcase the more expensive AMEX jacks and faceplates to enable me to have an cat5e and TV output on my faceplate. Surely someone would make a keystone jack for TV would they not?

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John

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  Reply # 278285 1-Dec-2009 13:48
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Do you mean F type for RG6 coax ? here  

If so, yes commonly available



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  Reply # 278295 1-Dec-2009 13:57
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THat is correct, OK, I'll go with keystone face plates and look for some.
thanks

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  Reply # 278568 2-Dec-2009 00:57
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Check out jaycar. I was in their hastings shop yesterday and didnt realise they have almost anything for a modular wall plate / jacks.




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  Reply # 278579 2-Dec-2009 05:59
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Jaycar are quite expensive though, you're probably better off going to Corys/Mastertrade and just buying the much cheaper PDL stuff.

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  Reply # 278958 3-Dec-2009 10:05
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try electrical direct its an online store that supplys the PDL range. Unless you can get a good trade discount at coreys/mastertrade.

www.electricaldirectltd.co.nz/


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