We're re-arranging our furniture in the basement and realized that when
we built the house we didn't run rg6 to the new TV location. So far my
solution is to use some wiremold from the junction box (which would
require about 18 feet) and run the rg6 through that but we're hoping
there's a solution to running it through the wall that isn't too
shows a basic
diagram of where the TV will be located in relation to where the
junction box is. The TV could end up in the corner too, we've not
decided on that yet. Both walls are outside walls in the basement.
Thanks for any suggestions!
Replies like this always crack me up. I did a google groups search
regarding my topic and this group came up so I thought someone here
might know something about it. There are discussions all over this
group regarding running rg6 through unfinished walls so I didn't think
asking about running it through finished walls made it so far
He's asking what type of construction ... wood frame, block, solid concrete,
steel building ... interior wall, exterior wall. The type of construction
makes a big difference on how the question is answered.
Sorry didnt read that this was in the basement. Your solution you posted is
the only one. Unless you want to dig down along your foundation and run it
out then in, which IMO is a huge, dangerous pain in the ass.
I'm aware of google but in your previous post you stated that the
wireless solution should work perfectly from that short distance which
gave me the impression that you are familiar with the product. I did a
google search and found that people have problems with the signal
quality so I'll have to pass on that. Thanks for the suggestion though.
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