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Topic # 91516 14-Oct-2011 16:16
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Hi i am looking for someone that is resonable price wise. I need to put some cabling from an ariel into a couple more rooms and probably a good idea if i don't do it myself. Any recommendations for someone on the North Shore ?


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  Reply # 533602 15-Oct-2011 09:42
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Have you tried GoTender?

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  Reply # 533609 15-Oct-2011 09:55
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What's the technical challenge in running the cable yourself? F-Type screw on connectors are easy.  

Having said that often the big cost is in actually climbing in attic/under floors etc and if you can do this part yourself you could alway get the professional to do the fitting out of the plugs etc

Buy the RG6 cable and F connectors  on TradeMe guy on there sells by the reel - good price.  He is based in a little shop top of Dominion Rd 

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 533849 15-Oct-2011 22:32
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Freeview|HD (terrestrial) or Freeview (satellite)?

RG6 and F-Connectors are the ideal but only really required if connecteing Satellite equipment, if you are connecting Freeview|HD terrerstrial you can get away with a lower grade cable and standard coaxial connectors.

Also, you need access to a crimping or compression tool to properly install F-connectors, the screw in ones are dodgy at best and you might as well use standard coaxial connectors if you are going to use those.

See this thread if you are installing a splitter for a satellite system

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=83&topicid=91340&page_no=1

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  Reply # 534004 16-Oct-2011 17:22
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Screw on ones are fine if the plug isnt going to be moved around or exposed to the damp etc - they will be massivly better than any pal plug or saddle and screw splitter




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  Reply # 534073 16-Oct-2011 20:26
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cgreenwood: RG6 and F-Connectors are the ideal but only really required if connecteing Satellite equipment, if you are connecting Freeview|HD terrerstrial you can get away with a lower grade cable and standard coaxial connectors. 


That really is quite a call there.

If you're going to go to the bother of installing new cabling etc, then just spend the little bit more and do it properly, sit back and enjoy and never need to go back to it.   



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  Reply # 534235 17-Oct-2011 12:00
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Hi all thanks for the replies. As i said in my earlier post i don't wish to do it myself. I want to get it done professionally.




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  Reply # 534240 17-Oct-2011 12:07
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Hi Rokki,

I can do this for you. Send me a PM with some details if interested.

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Reply # 543332 9-Nov-2011 21:10
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In an update coffeebaron ( Fraser ) has helped me out I can highly recommend him. His work for me has been fantastic.




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  Reply # 543449 10-Nov-2011 08:16
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Thanks for the feedback Andrew, glad I could help!




Chorus has spent $1.4 billion on making their xDSL broadband network faster. If your still stuck on ADSL or VDSL, why not spend from $150 on a master filter install to make sure you are getting the most out of your connection?
I install - Naked DSL, DSL Master Splitters, VoIP, data cabling and general computer support for home and small business.
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  Reply # 543612 10-Nov-2011 12:48
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I might be interested in getting something done too, I'm on the Shore as well. Just replying here so I can keep track of this discussion. I'll PM you sometime coffeebaron.

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  Reply # 543626 10-Nov-2011 13:16
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bazzer: I might be interested in getting something done too



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  Reply # 543655 10-Nov-2011 13:43
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Haha, very funny. I might do it myself, but finding the time is the issue. It's usually easier and quicker just to pay someone to do it! :)

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  Reply # 544093 11-Nov-2011 07:42
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bazzer: I might be interested in getting something done too, I'm on the Shore as well. Just replying here so I can keep track of this discussion. I'll PM you sometime coffeebaron.

Most welcome, may hear from you soon.
 




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