BAMF Manufacturing RG6 Cable Splitter Kit

We recently upgraded to FiOS internet, which we didn’t want to do but really weren’t going to pay more for embarrassingly slow DSL, and telecommunications in this country are terrible as far as provider selection. With it came a whole new setup, as we were moving from copper lines to fiber optics and coaxial cables. Suffice to say we were ill prepared, until BAMF Manufacturing offered us their RG6 Cable Splitter kit. Talk about timing!

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See, while Verizon FiOS uses fiber optics to get the service up to the house, once there they use good old-fashioned co-ax cables. and rest assured they use the cheapest stuff they can find, bought in bulk. BAMF Manufacturing save the day for us, because their kit came right when our install was done and it allowed us to split the signal for internet, and TV, with no signal loss of degradation. The shielding was adequate that two cables run side by side through the attic gave off no interference or noise. In fact, our installer commented on the quality of the cables and splitter being better than anything he had in his truck! He even wanted to keep out included cable assist wrench because it was so handy! Sorry, Mr. Installer, but that little guy is ours!

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BAMF Manufacturing went the extra mile to make sure we were satisfied customers and gave us a level of personal attention I wasn’t used to, but genuinely appreciated. Their products are hand-assembled in the USA and that’s always a plus I can get behind. Their RG6 cables are quality and we’ve had speeds in excess of our allotment for Verizon on multiple occasions, and I’d like to think that BAMF Manufacturing’s Cable Splitter Kit had something to do with that!

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I received the above product(s) free of charge from BAMF Manufacturing.  I am not obligated to provide a positive or favorable review, just my honest opinion.  My review is based on my experience with the product and/or brand, which may differ from yours.

 

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