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Subject: [linux-help] Re: Digital TV converter box
From: Joseph Weaver <jlweaver@xxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 18 Apr 2008 09:27:18 -0500
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Go to Harbor Freight Tools on south Seneca.  Electricians refer to it as 
a fish tape.

David Carmichael wrote:

>While kind of off topic...
>Does anybody know of a fair priced "Cable Puller" to pull "pairs" of
>Cat-5 cables and install marked color coded wall jacks?
>The reason for the question:
>In the past I have used "UHF Converters" to change the video/audio
>output of my DirecTV/DVD/VCR's and created a multi channel home "CABLE
>LIKE" system.
>that allow for full 1080p to be trasnmited via a pair of Cat-5 cables.
>If you would like to see the one brand of the devices that I am
>looking at here is a link for the CE-Labs brand receiver:
> and it would be matched up
>with a like transmiter.. there are SVideo which would do 720p for
>about a third of the price....
>I have been asked why not just get another HD box... the service/lease
>fees in less than a year would pay for the shaired system... also it
>seems if it is a recorded program it is "on the box in the other
>If you know of a better, lower cost way to transmit signals then
>please make your suggestion... there are rumored wireless devices but
>the cost currently is about $1000,00 for each transmiter.
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