Home Networking Question

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Old 07-05-04, 02:51 PM
surlung
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Home Networking Question

Hello,
I am planning to do home networking by myself.
I read alot of articles on the web and they are talking aobut two coaxial lines and two network line (voice & network).
My question is what are the other coaxial line for?
One is for cable but what is for the other coaxial line?
Some website indicate that this is for audio, but how can I get audio signal with this coaxial line?

Thanks in advance.
Joon.
 
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Old 07-06-04, 12:00 AM
irsean
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The coax is for dual video feed. Many people have multiple satellites or CCTV or any number of things. Coax can be used for many things, I even had a customer insist I put his voice line on the coax up to his second story so he could have a clean voice pair for his DSL. It worked but, that's not what it's for. I always run cable trying to think of what I might do later on. Most of what I do is structured wiring for homes. Go check out OnQ http://www.onqhome.com/
For an idea on what structured wiring can do for your project.
 
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