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I ran 6 runs of RG6 Quad to the wall and I terminated with RCA connectors, however when connected to the TV, which is mounted on a swing arm, the stiffness of the coax causes the TV to swing away, not to mention the tight fit/radius to the back of the TV.


Would you recommend:


1. Running RG6 Quad to a wallplate, then RG 59 interconnects to the TV. I don't know how much more flexible RG59 is compared to RG 6 Quad.


2. Running RG6 Quad to a wallplate with a RG6 Quad to RCA connector and then run short premade stranded, commercially available, RCA interconnects to the TV.


I cannot replace the RG6 Quad in the walls.


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The short length of cable won't hurt your quality at all. RG59 is more flexible and any RG59 or RG6 using copper center wire is more flexible than the usual copper coated steel. You might also look for 90 degree F connectors if they hit at a better angle.
 
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