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How to differentiate between a RG59 and RG6 coaxial cable

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RG59 coax cable is house cable used for installation of basic cable and for connections between TV, VCR and satellite. RG6 coax cable is a stronger grade of coax cable that is used for satellite transmission.

Why use an RG6 cable?

It uses the right compression that will regulate the proper voltage into your receiver.

Last Updated:11/04/2010

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