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Old 02-13-2009, 06:50 PM   #16
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You may have a better selection by going with Leviton or OnQ/Legrand. They're carried by the big boxes so their easy to get. I believe their modules are interchangeable so If something goes out you can replace it with the other brand.
http://www.onqlegrand.com/products/F9001
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For coax equipment I like to use viewsonics. There website is down though.
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I found most of the panels too small for what I need
So I'm just buying parts, then frame it out
I'll put a door on afterwards - or maybe 2 doors
Does anyone have a source they could recommend for purchasing individual parts?

I'm getting ready to work on the "business end" of networking/phone and coax, and I am not limited by space. It makes sense to keep things accessible rather than cramming everything into a box.
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Check out www.monoprice.com. Great prices on keystone jacks and other termination accessories.

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