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Extreme 4 Way Balanced HD Digital 1GHz high performance coax cablecplitter - BDS104h

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  • 7.0 dB / 7.0 dB / 7.0 dB / 7.0 dB out
  • 5-1000 MHz/EMI - 130dB
  • Manufacturers Part No.: BDS104H
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.5 x 3 x 1 inches ; 3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B009FNNHZI
  • Item model number: BDS104H
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (76 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 23, 2012

Product Description

Extreme Broadband BDS104H 4-Way Balanced Digital Coax Splitter

Customer Reviews

For both uses it has worked very well.
Joel Balderas
Clean signal and less loss than the splitter it replaced.
Ariesrose
I will buy more of these as I need them.
TAS

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

33 of 39 people found the following review helpful By M. Golledge on March 23, 2013
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I was having trouble with the stability of my internet connection and tracked it down to an old 4-way splitter. Looking at the cable modem status ([...]), I found that corrected octets were about 1/1000 and there were a non-neglible number of non-correctables. In technical speak, this is 'no bueno'; you want the number of corrections the system has to make to be as small as possible, and you want there to be no information transmitted that is uncorrectable.

Over the years, my cable provider has installed two different configurations. One was a 2-way splitter followed by a 3-way, and the other was a single 4-way splitter. Swapping splitters is easy; so, I decided to experiment to see which was better.

My first attempt to correct the problem was a more expensive 2-way from a box store, one branch going to the cable modem and the other going to a 3-way splitter to feed the TVs. This was markedly better than the failing splitter in that correcteds dropped 2 or 3 decimal places, and non-correctables dropped to 0. The observable effect was that there were less (no?) interruptions during game play; so, this was an adequate solution. Also noteworthy was that I went cheap on the 3-way thinking that would be OK for the TVs; it was for 2 out of 3 cable boxes. The third box would not get a picture. So, I put the old 4-way where the 3-way was and all three cable boxes came online. The lesson is that even a failing, high-quality 4-way is better than a cheap 3-way. (Which was odd to me because the signal strength is divided by the number of splits, regardless of actual connections.)

My second attempt was this splitter. What I can measure is that the correcteds have dropped to 1/100 of what they were in my first attempt, with, as expected, 0 uncorrectable octets.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By cperfection on February 22, 2014
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I used a Monster 2GZh 4 way splitter and tossed the Extreme splitter in my tool box. Lesson learned and hope my review helps you from my experience. Should state that the Extreme splitter is not bad, just did not deliver results as the Monster splitter did pertaining to signal strength and reduced noise within the signal.

I converted my entire home system over from cable/satellite to OTH antenna system. Excellent results with ALL connectors and splitters that were rated at least 2GHz if not 3GHz. Yes, I did experiment with other connectors and splitters and found best results in my case, using what I recommend. By the way, splitters by Monster were noticeably better given signal strength on each TV without signal noise. Already had these onsite, no need to order.....but they are available on Amazon.

Completely rewired our home for OTA system as we converted away from cable/satellite. Ran hundreds of feet of Quad RG6 coax and needed used the following to complete the install. Results were outstanding, with excellent HD picture quality in every room. We did not use the previous coax as quality and parts used were substandard resulting in poor signal transmission.

Here is what I ordered from Amazon for rewiring my home, NOT a weekend project...LOL.
1. Monoprice Professional Compression Crimping Tool
2. DataShark 70029 Universal Cutter/Stripper for Flat or Round TV/UTP Cable
3. PPC Ex6xl Rg-6 Snap & Seal Compression Connector
4. Southwire 56918445 500-Feet Quad Shields Type RG 6/U 18 AWG Coaxial Cable, Black
5. Audiovox ANT751R DGTL Outdoor or Outer Yagi Antenna
6. Winegard HD-6010 HD FM Radio Antenna
7. 10pcs High Frequency 3GHz F81 Barrel Connectors Couplers
8.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Riding Bear on November 22, 2014
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Bought this to replace a "junk-quality" 3-way splitter installed by a satellite TV company to serve three rooms. Kissed the satellite goodbye a bit over 4 years ago, put in a Winegard rooftop antenna, and simply reused the existing splitter to distribute the antenna signal. Just added TV to a fourth room, hence the need for the Extreme 4-way reviewed here.

Compared to the junk 3-way, the Extreme is massive. It has the look and feel of a quality piece of equipment. Naturally, you'd expect a signal strength loss to occur when an input is split four ways instead of three. Indeed, the junk 3-way claimed a -3.5 db per-output loss, while the 4-way Extreme claims -7 db. Those claims (and actual performance) notwithstanding, to this human's eyes and ears, there is no observable drop-off in picture or sound quality using the Extreme. Using each TV's signal strength menu option revealed that signal at the original three rooms remained just as strong as it had been before adding another split.

You can pay a lot more for a splitter -- there's a Monster 4-way on Amazon presently selling for $37.63 vs. $7.25 for the Extreme. The Monster is rated at 2GHz vs. the Extreme's 1GHz. Does 2GHz (at 5X the price) result in a visible or audible difference? Three of my four rooms contain casual-viewing grade equipment. I can't imagine 2GHz making any discernible difference in those rooms. Antenna TV viewed through the Extreme splitter on the audiophile/videophile quality home theater setup in my main room is every bit as pleasing to the eyes and ears as the 1080P surround sound provided by Blu-Ray. For my application, the Extreme is the slam-dunk price/performance winner. Why pay more to chase specs if you're unlikely to see or hear any difference?
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