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No, it is true. Audio or video is not the issue at hand.
RG59 is fine for CATV (depending on length) or audio, satellite may have other requirements.
I didn't recommend to use RG59 for any/all coax applications. Just merely stated the question in regard to "flexibility". There's plenty of "bandwidth" for cable TV using RG59. But, that's not the point...
Either way... RGx coax is RGx coax. Use what is recommended and better for the customer. IMO... "dressing" the cable cables is something easily resolved with some training and forethought.
Any recommendations for the OP based on your CEDIA training?
Any flexible coax that he/she can terminate?
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