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post #1 of 2 Old 12-24-2000, 07:14 PM - Thread Starter
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Any suggestions on home run panels. I am completing a remodel on my home, and currently have 18 RG-6 cable runs, 8 speaker cable home runs and 25 cat 5 home runs to my upstairs utility room. Currently these cables are simply coming out of the wall, and I would like to tidy things up with a home run box, which would allow easy patching and distribution. My immediate plans are to network computers in my bedroom, living room and study, and distribute video and audio to the house. The home networking boxes/systems I have seen are expensive, and I would hate to buy and install a system, only to find that I have outgrown it in a couple of years.
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On-Q boxes are pretty inexpensive. You could buy two 24 or 36" boxes and use those, one for your cat 5 network and one for the coax and speaker runs.

two 36" boxes should run you no more than $400-$500.

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