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CE TECH

Model 5536

Internet #204267325

Store SKU #1000015547

6-Way 2.4 GHz Video Splitter

$24.97 /each

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CE TECH's 6-way 2.4 GHz Video Splitter can be used for cable or satellite TV connections. This module is designed to be used with the CE TECH's 14 in. Telecommunications center (Part #5515) to better manage and configure all of your cables from one central location.

  • Connects video applications such as TV, HDTV and satellite TV
  • Supports DC power passing for all ports
  • Allow up to 6 coaxial connections in the home
  • Attach coaxial cable terminated with an F-connector plug to the 6-way splitter
  • Snaps easily into the CE TECH 14 in. telecommunications enclosures (part #5515)
  • UL listed
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Is this splitter also compatible with cable high speed internet?

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I have both HD digital cable TV and high speed cable internet from a service provider on the same coax, will this splitter accommodate both?
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I bought one 7/25. The new cable modem syncs up just fine on the incoming line, but not downstream of this splitter. I tested it again by placing terminating resisters on the other outputs, and I tried it again on another output. My DOCSIS 3.0 16x4 modem will obtain one downstream channel and no upstream channels through this splitter, even with 4 of the other outputs terminated at the splitter itself. I Read More
I bought one 7/25. The new cable modem syncs up just fine on the incoming line, but not downstream of this splitter. I tested it again by placing terminating resisters on the other outputs, and I tried it again on another output. My DOCSIS 3.0 16x4 modem will obtain one downstream channel and no upstream channels through this splitter, even with 4 of the other outputs terminated at the splitter itself. I wish it had worked as advertised or at least had been tested before my expensive cable installer got to it. It has "5-2400 MHz" printed right on it, so maybe my particular one is just defective. I agree with Beachbumtech that it should be compatible based upon specs.
I had one outlet hooked up with a Comcast Digital Adapter (limited basic) on one TV and that seemed to be fine. I did not try it with X1 and whole-house DVR once I realized it was blocking my modem.
Save your packaging, save your receipt, and test it with your modem before you commit additional resources. Read Less
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Yes, it is. Any splitter that includes the 5-1000 MHz range is acceptable. This splitter passes frequencies up to 2.4Ghz (2400 MHz).
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No, this is not compatible with high speed internet.
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Is this product an amplifier as well or just a splitter

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This is only a signal splitter.
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Is this product bidirectional

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Yes it is bidirectional splitter
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Will this splitter work with moca network?

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By using this splitter at the entrance point to the house, will it work if trying to make a moca network?
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 6 way splitter This is a wonderful splitter....well built and I cannot notice any loss of picture content. My cable company had to use 2 different splitters to get my 6 tvs to work. This unit helped eliminate that mess. You cannot go wrong with this unit. June 2, 2016
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