Cord Cutting: Is it Worth it?

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Cable television has been part of American culture for the better part of the last century. The first cable TV connection extended broadcast TV signals into mountainous regions of North America. Cable TV spread gradually over the years because of … Read More

All about HDMI ARC

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Most home entertainment devices come with numerous input ports that enable video and sound interconnectivity between devices. One of the most common connection protocols in most recent equipment is ARC, short for Audio Return Channel, which is normally marked HDMI … Read More

Why Use Keystone Jacks?

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Keystone jacks are extremely useful in data communications. These connectors are usually manufactured in a standardized size for use in patch panels, surface mount boxes, and keystone wall plates. This means you get a universal fit across brands. There are some … Read More

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