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 Is a USB cable hardware?

Answer Yes, a USB cable is considered hardware. The term "hardware" refers to a computer or any physical equipment associated with a computer that is directly involved in communications functions. A USB c... Read More »
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Hardware Section: How hard is your hardware....?

Do you think TCs of the hardware section have the hardest hardware?

There's only one way to find out ;) Mellow lover totally deserves a TC badge, his struggles with his printer should be recognized!!!
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Cable tv experts: how do you TEST those CABLE LINE SPLITTERS, the ones that split the cable to go to 2 tvs?

There is a 3.5 DBmv loss going through a two-way splitter. NOT 6. On a 3-way splitter, there is a loss of 3.5 dbmv on one port with a 7dbmv attenuation on the other two ports. The 3.5dbmv loss is... Read More »
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Can you hook up a cable modem& cable TV to the same Comcast cable?

Yes. You can use a cable splitter to allow more than one device to use a single cable line, but there is often interference and reduced quality to all attached devices.References:Comcast: Can I Use... Read More »
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