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    Cables to prepare for new TV and mounting

    Oh I see, Yes haha, this is just me practicing the cutting and connections on a small piece of cable. Oh nice, I think one of those female to female right angles will be much cleaner for me! By the way, does connecting many adaptors together cause a reduction in quality? As I will be using...
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    Cables to prepare for new TV and mounting

    So I've managed to cut them and (test) connect them to the wall, please see attached images. So for TV it goes: Coax Cable > F Connector > F Connector adaptor to female > Wall And for Sat: Coax Cable > F Connector > Wall 1) For the "TV" connection, it is really chunky. I will have a TV...
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    Kitchen island fitting - Glue?

    @johnny2007 Many thanks @JohnD Would you like to suggest a better name to call it that is as succinct as "island"?
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    Kitchen island fitting - Glue?

    Hi there, So I am hoping to get a kitchen fitter to secure my kitchen island (no appliances, just cabinets and counter top) to the floor and wall (it's against the wall, so technically not an "island"). I've been calling around for quotes and the first guy I spoke to said that he will glue my...
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    Cables to prepare for new TV and mounting

    Tbh the compression stuff just comes with it. A lot of them come with it on Amazon I think, I'm just going to use the cutter to cut the end off. Also, yes, I must have missed that part. That's good news then! Okay many thanks.
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    Cables to prepare for new TV and mounting

    So in terms of a crimper, can I buy a general one like this...
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    Cables to prepare for new TV and mounting

    Look what I found: attached :D
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    Cables to prepare for new TV and mounting

    Yeh I didn't trust them, but I didn't have any better advice at that point as they didn't sell any of your products listed lol! I see that the CT100 is on your list even though 6th that's good enough for me maybe. It's unfortunate the Nexans was out of stock. Maybe I should just wait for it to...
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    Cables to prepare for new TV and mounting

    So I just went to Screwfix and apparently the Nexans one is all sold out! It must be that good then? They recommended me this one: https://www.screwfix.com/p/time-rg6-white-1-core-round-coaxial-cable-25m-drum/846jy?_requestid=407793 And so I just got it as he said it was the same thing just...
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    Cables to prepare for new TV and mounting

    To me it was akin to cutting a HDMI cable to length, which is why I didn't think about cutting it! Didn't realise it is I guess more of a raw cable which you can cut. Thanks!
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    Cables to prepare for new TV and mounting

    @Lucid I was just reading you post, getting the shopping list ready, then I read your last sentence. So does that mean you can CUT the NX100? I didn't realise that, I thought I had to use the full 25m LOL, that's why I was put off, as I was going to need to run the 25m behind the wall. So if...
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    Cables to prepare for new TV and mounting

    Thank you, so I will buy 3 universal coaxial cables, and chase them all through the walls. And then I can just buy the correct "heads" connectors for whichever setup I need. The Nexans NX100 only comes in 25m as I can see on Screwfix. Is there another similar good quality universal cable that...
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    Cables to prepare for new TV and mounting

    Hi Lucid, thank you for that, So that Nexans cable is universal, so if I buy that one it should take care of most? It is 25m however! That is rather long, I only need about 3m tops. I will see if I can find a smaller version of it. Thanks!
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    Cables to prepare for new TV and mounting

    Sorry just one more question: I am about to buy this cable: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Long-Aerial-Cable-Plug-Adapter/dp/B088CVH1K8/ref=redir_mobile_desktop?ie=UTF8&aaxitk=-KsRXKivr15Et5CAg08Vig&hsa_cr_id=5935737690102&ref_=sbx_be_s_sparkle_td_asin_0&th=1 So it looks to be Male to Male. However...
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    Cables to prepare for new TV and mounting

    Okay understood, thank you!
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