• C2 G/Cables To Go 28721 Rj11 High Speed Internet Modem Cable (7 Feet)
  • C2 G/Cables To Go 28721 Rj11 High Speed Internet Modem Cable (7 Feet)
  • C2 G/Cables To Go 28721 Rj11 High Speed Internet Modem Cable (7 Feet)
  • C2 G/Cables To Go 28721 Rj11 High Speed Internet Modem Cable (7 Feet)
C2 G/Cables To Go 28721 Rj11 High Speed Internet Modem Cable (7 Feet)
C2 G/Cables To Go 28721 Rj11 High Speed Internet Modem Cable (7 Feet)
C2 G/Cables To Go 28721 Rj11 High Speed Internet Modem Cable (7 Feet)
C2 G/Cables To Go 28721 Rj11 High Speed Internet Modem Cable (7 Feet)

C2 G/Cables To Go 28721 Rj11 High Speed Internet Modem Cable (7 Feet)

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  • Connect your analog or digital (DSL/ISDN) modem to a telephone wall jack
  • Use to connect a modem to a telephone jack
  • Standard RJ11 telephone connectors
  • Double foil shielded to reduce EMI
  • Available in lengths up to 100ft

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... (centurylink come with) for this new RJ11 cable for better shield reduce interference and high quality material I replaced green RJ11 cable (centurylink come with) for this new RJ11 cable as better shield reduce interference and high quality material.Day 1 since package deliveredHere testPING 19 msDOWNLOAD 101.65 MbpsUPLOAD 10.15 MbpsI paid Centurylink for high speed internet 100 mbps DL/ 10 Mbps UP service over Comcast because Centurylink don't have limit cap data.Green cable and new cable already provide almost same performance for download and upload but only notice difference buffer loading when surf video such as youtube or any streaming like netflix. Buffer loading much quick and almost instant jump time streaming instead wait delay loading like 1 or 2 sec if go 1080P streaming.Thank you for awesome make RJ11 cable and almost same performance as Cat5/Cat6. Why can't you go partner with Centurylink for simple provide RJ11 cable ? Centurylink should get better RJ11 cable or whatever.I will update news near future if any degrade performance or dying. 5Works Great For AT&T U-Verse At 50 Feet Away from Wall Jack!!!I bought this cable to mount my AT&T U-Verse DSL Router 50 away from the wall jack. And it worked perfectly! In fact, my speeds are a little higher than they were when I used the original and shorter green cord that came with the router.The reason I needed this cable was because I wanted to mount the router in a central location in my house, and I wanted it mounted up towards the ceiling. However, my wall jack was 50 feet away. At first, I tried buying a regular 50' phone cord, but it did not work, because Ieven though could connect to the router with it, and my devices would see the router, I would get Internet connection errors messages. I later found out that this is because regular phone cords, when used for longer distances, are prone to interference from other electrical equipment. The regular phone cords do not have the proper shielding and wiring to isolate the Internet connection so that it is immune to these interferences.But this cord is protected in every way, even when next to several other electrical cords, such as power cords and Ethernet cords for my DirecTV and other devices. This cord has good wires, plenty of shielding, and a thick plastic casing. In fact, it looks more like a network cable than a phone line. It is built really well.So when I plugged this cord in to replace my phone line, all my devices worked immediately! My Firestick, my phones, my PC, and my tablets. Even my Ring doorbell and ADT security cameras. And when I did speed tests on my router, I found that I am getting higher speeds with this cord than with the original short green cord.Great product! Highly recommend.5Great way to improve signal quality for DSLCentury Link DSL customer.... I replaced the basic green phone line cable they provide with the initial installation with this shielded cable. I work in the industrial electrical field and shielded cabling is not always necessary however not a bad idea if you have a spaghetti mess of wiring near your DSL modem. Add EMI and RFI power filtering to your DSL modems power along with shielded CAT5/6 cables for any connections routed out of the modem and you will be set to have the best conditions possible to help improve the DSL signal inside your home. DSL unfortunately can be a bit unstable so I recommend taking all steps to help making your signal quality the best it can be.5Might be overkill, but works greatThis cable *might* be overdoing it, but I had to make a 25-foot phone cable run to get my DSL modem where I wanted it and didn't want to take my chances with a cheap cable, so I bought this one. It's about as thick as an Ethernet cable, but it has RJ11 (standard phone) connections on the ends. You could also use this cord for a landline, but it would almost certainly be overkill for that. This cable didn't make my DSL connection any faster (I don't have stellar speeds to begin with), but it did make the connection to my modem more reliable in that it no longer seems to occasionally drop the connection. Whether that's because of this cable or because I no longer had to couple two shorter cables together (which I replaced with this cable to get one single cable running to the modem) I don't know, and while this costs a little more than a regular phone cable, it's still reasonable and probably not a bad idea to do if you have a long run of cable to do as I did. I have no problems with the cable itself, and it is functioning exactly as intended.5Completely satisfied with this RJ11 cord.This RJ11 cable replaced a cable that had been in use from around 1986. Thought it was time to upgrade! The cable I replaced was un-shielded, and so allowed all types of noise into the line. As I use DSL, I found a nice upgrade in speed (nothing too major, another 100 kb/s in download) which I can only attribute to the reduction of noise in my line!Besides the added performance of this cable, they also look really cool. The outer insulating material in the cord is transparent, which allows you to see the shielding, and hopefully would allow you to identify any breaks in the cord. You know the shielding is good, because these cords are STIFF. There is actually a good amount of metal in the shielding, so this is a great confidence booster.The connectors are not gold, which isn't a drawback, because the whole gold plated connector business is basically a money grab. Having a gold connector would really only benefit you if you were transmitting an analog signal, such as audio from a stereo to speakers, or a VCR to a television. Now that we've moved into the digital age, the signal is a stream of 0's and 1's, so during transmission, you either get the 0's and 1's, or you don't. The connection therefore either works, or doesn't work. In other words, it doesn't really make sense to talk about the quality of a digital signal in the same way you would talk about the quality of an analog signal. Don't get confused though, you do want all types of shielding on the actual cable. The issue is that there is nothing special about having a gold connector that translates into signal quality. Preventing RF signals from introducing noise into the signal, is a somewhat different issue.ANYWAYS, the connectors are metal, and sturdy as heck. This is useful if you have a complicated install where wires might need to be pulled through tight spaces (in between walls, in my case) as you can grab the wire by the connector and pull it through. For any real distance of cable, I'd recommend using a snake to simplify the task.PROS:+ Quality construction, cords feel sturdy and strong.+ Plenty of shielding. You can feel it in the stiffness of the cord.+ Metallic connectors (not GOLD). Keeps the price down a bit.+ See-thru insulating material. Looks cool, but also allows you to inspect the interior of the cord.CONS:- Very stiff. (could make for a difficult install...but it's worth it!!)5Great replacement. Allows me to move my modem around my home officeI needed to move my modem further from where the short cord that AT&T provided allows. I bought a 25' cable from Fry's Electronics, but it never allowed my modem to connect back to my ISP. I bought this 25' cable from Amazon, and a couple minutes after swapping out the cable, I was back online. Speedtest.net showed my DL speed at 50.73 Mbps (I am on the 40 Mbps plan), which means that I didn't lose any performance from swapping cables. This cable looks cooler than the ugly green cable from AT&T, and the RJ11 plugs look/feel sturdy at both ends. Happy with my purchase.5the lambo of phone dsl cables These cables did increase my Mbps like other people have stated. The increase was about 1.0Mbps-1.5Mbps. Yeah some people might say thats nothing, but in when you compare what DSL speeds are in general this cable will help. I had around 1.99Mbps downloading speed, now its a steady 3.24Mbps. a 3.0Mbps speed was enough for me to watch youtube videos without buffering. The other benefit was my drop internet connections disappeared in frequency by alot. I have my DSL modem box in the kitchen. The shielding works great when the microwave, fridge and all other sorts of appliances create interference in your normal phone jack cables. This was well worth it. If you have older folks who still have DSL buy them this cable. It would help with the drop connections and boost their speed 5If you have DSL, BUY THIS CABLE!If you are like me and live in a rural area with DSL and you aren't using a shielded cable stop reading this review and just order it. It took me a few years to figure out why my DSL speeds were always so terrible but after some long overdue research I found a solution and I tried it...shielded cable. Cable is high quality very stiff so you have to work it a little bit to get it where you need it. This is a great solution for anyone who has a long run between where there modem is and where an available telephone jack is. I ran my line direct from the NID (Network Interface Device) on the outside of my home to the modem and have seen increases in both my upload and download speeds. I'm able to stream HD movies now with no buffering or warnings from providers. To be clear, this is a shielded telephone cable (RJ11) not a LAN cable (Cat 5, 6, etc.) If you have DSL and you are still using standard telephone cable, stop, click, order, and install. You won't be disappointed with the results.5It worksI recently upgraded my landlady's TP (Twisted-Pair) for her phone and I gotta tell you that it works. Now, material wise I gave it 3 stars because it is stranded vs. solid core cabling, which if running to your outside telco box you would want to use solid cabling. However, in my case with all the twisting and turning it worked out having stranded core. Will it boost DSL speed? That depends upon both distance from the telco building and your plan. What I will say is that overall our signal strength has greatly improved, thus the quality of our data throughput but not our speed. In our case she had me run the cable along other electrical cabling, which typically reduces and interferes with concurrent electrical signals, so the shielding did greatly improve the signal over the previous non-shielded and non-twisted pair Cat3. Pulling games from the Washington Steam server, we have a stable 2.8Mbps over the previous needle hoping between 1.9 and 2.9Mbps. The cable is rated for VDSL (i.e., 50Mbps), so in theory if you had a higher speed plan you could be choked by other cables than something like this. In other words, if you are using whatever the phone company gave you switch to this or have them install it for you. For the outside run, after I installed it into the telco box, I wrapped the cable in an UV rated electrical tape to protect against the elements. I would not bury this cable. In addition, I would use a either a telco box DSL/phone splitter, an outside addon DSL/phone splitter, or an indoor DSL/phone splitter. A splitter is not a microfilter (i.e., the dongle that the phone company plugs into the wall), instead a splitter actually splits the in-line into two separate signals rather than filtering the signals. Between this cable and the splitter, the quality of our DSL has greatly improved even though our speed has not. I hope this review helps, and I will upload pictures later.5Perfect for getting rid of line noise on VOIP systems.I was getting a lot of static and clicking from the VOIP box that runs between the router and the wall jack for the house's land line telephone system. I replaced the admittedly flimsy and old cable that ran from the VOIP box to the wall jack and now all the static and clicking is gone. The area between the box and wall jack is a gauntlet of electrical cables, uninterruptible power sources, AC/DC converters and surge protectors. I totally get why a shielded cable is the way to go on applications like these but I haven't been able to find one in the local stores. Of course, Amazon had it. I absolutely recommend this cable if you're getting a bad phone signal on a setup like the one I have.5One little cable - HUGE difference! I am an IT Consultant, by trade, so while I LOVE to try new things, I am rarely impressed... In this case, I cannot imagine I've spent over 20 years playing with the internet and NEVER thought about the cable between my DSL/Cable modem and the demarc. I always opted to use the crappy little single-pair POS the ISP sent and on I went. Well, then I tried this High Speed Internet Modem Cable from Cables To Go and WOW - WHAT A DIFFERENCE!From the first moment after putting it in place, the increase in line speed was VERY noticeable in the browser (HTTP/streaming) - I live in a fairly remoter area (lucky to have DSL, kinda remote) - I pay for a 3m down and 864k up - before this cable, I routinely tested line speed averaging ~1.2m down and only ~128k up - AFTER installing this, I am no ALWAYS testing above ~2.3m down and ~512k up - almost 100% increase.Another big benefit, which takes more time to fully realize, is that the modem (junkie little free Westell from my ISP) doesn't need resetting anywhere near as often - before this cable, resets would come every 2-3 days - now, the modem stays connected for weeks at a time.The ONLY negative, is that I wish it came in a 3ft length, as I have to have this 6footer wound pretty tight to fit into my patch cabinet. Overall, you could say I give this product a "favorable" review - as in, I love it! 5REALLY Improves Streamed Video Quality!I recently signed up for high-speed internet (4mbps) through my local phone provider. I used the standard telephone cable that the phone company sent. I immediately noticed that streaming video was constantly pixelating and freezing. I hoped that streaming video quality would improve with a better modem cable. I looked at the high-speed modem cable of a competitor, but noticed in the reviews that there was an issue with the connectors getting stuck in the modem and wall jack, so I ordered this one. I was skeptical though. After using it for a week, I have to admit that I've noticed a definite improvement in streamed video - no more pixelating or freezing. The ONLY issue is that the cable isn't very flexible, but I'm not sure if that can be fixed without compromising quality. It would also be nice if the cable came in white.5Buyer beware! Bad Quality Control in a fancy cable, probably okay for telephone use.Garbage!I bought this because I was looking for a reliable "buy it once for life" cable. I didn't know a lot about telephone cables, but thanks to this terrible cable giving me lots of problems I have learned quite a bit about RJ11 cables, crimping, and wiring.In short, these cables are manufactured with very bad quality control and I had to cut mine apart and put it back together to make it work. I have spent 2x the cost of this cable in my attempts to repair it, for it would've taken me 4 hours of sweaty angry work to remove everything needed to replace it. So I chose to invest my money and time into crimpers and education.I purchased this to use for a solar setup, I buried this cable deep in a nest of electronics, with the assumption that it would work when it's time came. HOWEVER it did not, my first assumption was that it was an issue with my devices, for no respectable company would sell faulty telephone cables, but I was very wrong. Attached you'll find a picture of the connections. You can barely see the colors of the wires, but there are 4 wires for the telephone cable, Green, white-green, orange, and white-orange. The white green and green are a pair of stranded wires, the orange and a white orange are another pair of stranded wires, they are stranded to prevent signal interference from their other color counterparts. When crimped into the cable, the white green/green and white orange/orange should be next to each other. HOWEVER my cables were not crimped properly and the order was Green, Orange, white green, white orange. Which made the cables not work in my electrical setup, these may've worked if not surrounded by other electronics, I don't know. However I can tell you after cutting the ends off of these and recrimping them in the proper order, they work just fine.I cannot convey enough how disappointed and angry I was when I realized that I was sold a bad cable, after installing this so deep into my electrical setup. Maybe this is why everyone makes such a big deal about Chinese made products.1
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... (centurylink come with) for this new RJ11 cable for better shield reduce interference and high quality material I replaced green RJ11 cable (centurylink come with) for this new RJ11 cable as better shield reduce interference and high quality material.Day 1 since package deliveredHere testPING 19 msDOWNLOAD 101.65 MbpsUPLOAD 10.15 MbpsI paid Centurylink for high speed internet 100 mbps DL/ 10 Mbps UP service over Comcast because Centurylink don't have limit cap data.Green cable and new cable already provide almost same performance for download and upload but only notice difference buffer loading when surf video such as youtube or any streaming like netflix. Buffer loading much quick and almost instant jump time streaming instead wait delay loading like 1 or 2 sec if go 1080P streaming.Thank you for awesome make RJ11 cable and almost same performance as Cat5/Cat6. Why can't you go partner with Centurylink for simple provide RJ11 cable ? Centurylink should get better RJ11 cable or whatever.I will update news near future if any degrade performance or dying. 5Works Great For AT&T U-Verse At 50 Feet Away from Wall Jack!!!I bought this cable to mount my AT&T U-Verse DSL Router 50 away from the wall jack. And it worked perfectly! In fact, my speeds are a little higher than they were when I used the original and shorter green cord that came with the router.The reason I needed this cable was because I wanted to mount the router in a central location in my house, and I wanted it mounted up towards the ceiling. However, my wall jack was 50 feet away. At first, I tried buying a regular 50' phone cord, but it did not work, because Ieven though could connect to the router with it, and my devices would see the router, I would get Internet connection errors messages. I later found out that this is because regular phone cords, when used for longer distances, are prone to interference from other electrical equipment. The regular phone cords do not have the proper shielding and wiring to isolate the Internet connection so that it is immune to these interferences.But this cord is protected in every way, even when next to several other electrical cords, such as power cords and Ethernet cords for my DirecTV and other devices. This cord has good wires, plenty of shielding, and a thick plastic casing. In fact, it looks more like a network cable than a phone line. It is built really well.So when I plugged this cord in to replace my phone line, all my devices worked immediately! My Firestick, my phones, my PC, and my tablets. Even my Ring doorbell and ADT security cameras. And when I did speed tests on my router, I found that I am getting higher speeds with this cord than with the original short green cord.Great product! Highly recommend.5Great way to improve signal quality for DSLCentury Link DSL customer.... I replaced the basic green phone line cable they provide with the initial installation with this shielded cable. I work in the industrial electrical field and shielded cabling is not always necessary however not a bad idea if you have a spaghetti mess of wiring near your DSL modem. Add EMI and RFI power filtering to your DSL modems power along with shielded CAT5/6 cables for any connections routed out of the modem and you will be set to have the best conditions possible to help improve the DSL signal inside your home. DSL unfortunately can be a bit unstable so I recommend taking all steps to help making your signal quality the best it can be.5Might be overkill, but works greatThis cable *might* be overdoing it, but I had to make a 25-foot phone cable run to get my DSL modem where I wanted it and didn't want to take my chances with a cheap cable, so I bought this one. It's about as thick as an Ethernet cable, but it has RJ11 (standard phone) connections on the ends. You could also use this cord for a landline, but it would almost certainly be overkill for that. This cable didn't make my DSL connection any faster (I don't have stellar speeds to begin with), but it did make the connection to my modem more reliable in that it no longer seems to occasionally drop the connection. Whether that's because of this cable or because I no longer had to couple two shorter cables together (which I replaced with this cable to get one single cable running to the modem) I don't know, and while this costs a little more than a regular phone cable, it's still reasonable and probably not a bad idea to do if you have a long run of cable to do as I did. I have no problems with the cable itself, and it is functioning exactly as intended.5Completely satisfied with this RJ11 cord.This RJ11 cable replaced a cable that had been in use from around 1986. Thought it was time to upgrade! The cable I replaced was un-shielded, and so allowed all types of noise into the line. As I use DSL, I found a nice upgrade in speed (nothing too major, another 100 kb/s in download) which I can only attribute to the reduction of noise in my line!Besides the added performance of this cable, they also look really cool. The outer insulating material in the cord is transparent, which allows you to see the shielding, and hopefully would allow you to identify any breaks in the cord. You know the shielding is good, because these cords are STIFF. There is actually a good amount of metal in the shielding, so this is a great confidence booster.The connectors are not gold, which isn't a drawback, because the whole gold plated connector business is basically a money grab. Having a gold connector would really only benefit you if you were transmitting an analog signal, such as audio from a stereo to speakers, or a VCR to a television. Now that we've moved into the digital age, the signal is a stream of 0's and 1's, so during transmission, you either get the 0's and 1's, or you don't. The connection therefore either works, or doesn't work. In other words, it doesn't really make sense to talk about the quality of a digital signal in the same way you would talk about the quality of an analog signal. Don't get confused though, you do want all types of shielding on the actual cable. The issue is that there is nothing special about having a gold connector that translates into signal quality. Preventing RF signals from introducing noise into the signal, is a somewhat different issue.ANYWAYS, the connectors are metal, and sturdy as heck. This is useful if you have a complicated install where wires might need to be pulled through tight spaces (in between walls, in my case) as you can grab the wire by the connector and pull it through. For any real distance of cable, I'd recommend using a snake to simplify the task.PROS:+ Quality construction, cords feel sturdy and strong.+ Plenty of shielding. You can feel it in the stiffness of the cord.+ Metallic connectors (not GOLD). Keeps the price down a bit.+ See-thru insulating material. Looks cool, but also allows you to inspect the interior of the cord.CONS:- Very stiff. (could make for a difficult install...but it's worth it!!)5Great replacement. Allows me to move my modem around my home officeI needed to move my modem further from where the short cord that AT&T provided allows. I bought a 25' cable from Fry's Electronics, but it never allowed my modem to connect back to my ISP. I bought this 25' cable from Amazon, and a couple minutes after swapping out the cable, I was back online. Speedtest.net showed my DL speed at 50.73 Mbps (I am on the 40 Mbps plan), which means that I didn't lose any performance from swapping cables. This cable looks cooler than the ugly green cable from AT&T, and the RJ11 plugs look/feel sturdy at both ends. Happy with my purchase.5the lambo of phone dsl cables These cables did increase my Mbps like other people have stated. The increase was about 1.0Mbps-1.5Mbps. Yeah some people might say thats nothing, but in when you compare what DSL speeds are in general this cable will help. I had around 1.99Mbps downloading speed, now its a steady 3.24Mbps. a 3.0Mbps speed was enough for me to watch youtube videos without buffering. The other benefit was my drop internet connections disappeared in frequency by alot. I have my DSL modem box in the kitchen. The shielding works great when the microwave, fridge and all other sorts of appliances create interference in your normal phone jack cables. This was well worth it. If you have older folks who still have DSL buy them this cable. It would help with the drop connections and boost their speed 5If you have DSL, BUY THIS CABLE!If you are like me and live in a rural area with DSL and you aren't using a shielded cable stop reading this review and just order it. It took me a few years to figure out why my DSL speeds were always so terrible but after some long overdue research I found a solution and I tried it...shielded cable. Cable is high quality very stiff so you have to work it a little bit to get it where you need it. This is a great solution for anyone who has a long run between where there modem is and where an available telephone jack is. I ran my line direct from the NID (Network Interface Device) on the outside of my home to the modem and have seen increases in both my upload and download speeds. I'm able to stream HD movies now with no buffering or warnings from providers. To be clear, this is a shielded telephone cable (RJ11) not a LAN cable (Cat 5, 6, etc.) If you have DSL and you are still using standard telephone cable, stop, click, order, and install. You won't be disappointed with the results.5It worksI recently upgraded my landlady's TP (Twisted-Pair) for her phone and I gotta tell you that it works. Now, material wise I gave it 3 stars because it is stranded vs. solid core cabling, which if running to your outside telco box you would want to use solid cabling. However, in my case with all the twisting and turning it worked out having stranded core. Will it boost DSL speed? That depends upon both distance from the telco building and your plan. What I will say is that overall our signal strength has greatly improved, thus the quality of our data throughput but not our speed. In our case she had me run the cable along other electrical cabling, which typically reduces and interferes with concurrent electrical signals, so the shielding did greatly improve the signal over the previous non-shielded and non-twisted pair Cat3. Pulling games from the Washington Steam server, we have a stable 2.8Mbps over the previous needle hoping between 1.9 and 2.9Mbps. The cable is rated for VDSL (i.e., 50Mbps), so in theory if you had a higher speed plan you could be choked by other cables than something like this. In other words, if you are using whatever the phone company gave you switch to this or have them install it for you. For the outside run, after I installed it into the telco box, I wrapped the cable in an UV rated electrical tape to protect against the elements. I would not bury this cable. In addition, I would use a either a telco box DSL/phone splitter, an outside addon DSL/phone splitter, or an indoor DSL/phone splitter. A splitter is not a microfilter (i.e., the dongle that the phone company plugs into the wall), instead a splitter actually splits the in-line into two separate signals rather than filtering the signals. Between this cable and the splitter, the quality of our DSL has greatly improved even though our speed has not. I hope this review helps, and I will upload pictures later.5Perfect for getting rid of line noise on VOIP systems.I was getting a lot of static and clicking from the VOIP box that runs between the router and the wall jack for the house's land line telephone system. I replaced the admittedly flimsy and old cable that ran from the VOIP box to the wall jack and now all the static and clicking is gone. The area between the box and wall jack is a gauntlet of electrical cables, uninterruptible power sources, AC/DC converters and surge protectors. I totally get why a shielded cable is the way to go on applications like these but I haven't been able to find one in the local stores. Of course, Amazon had it. I absolutely recommend this cable if you're getting a bad phone signal on a setup like the one I have.5One little cable - HUGE difference! I am an IT Consultant, by trade, so while I LOVE to try new things, I am rarely impressed... In this case, I cannot imagine I've spent over 20 years playing with the internet and NEVER thought about the cable between my DSL/Cable modem and the demarc. I always opted to use the crappy little single-pair POS the ISP sent and on I went. Well, then I tried this High Speed Internet Modem Cable from Cables To Go and WOW - WHAT A DIFFERENCE!From the first moment after putting it in place, the increase in line speed was VERY noticeable in the browser (HTTP/streaming) - I live in a fairly remoter area (lucky to have DSL, kinda remote) - I pay for a 3m down and 864k up - before this cable, I routinely tested line speed averaging ~1.2m down and only ~128k up - AFTER installing this, I am no ALWAYS testing above ~2.3m down and ~512k up - almost 100% increase.Another big benefit, which takes more time to fully realize, is that the modem (junkie little free Westell from my ISP) doesn't need resetting anywhere near as often - before this cable, resets would come every 2-3 days - now, the modem stays connected for weeks at a time.The ONLY negative, is that I wish it came in a 3ft length, as I have to have this 6footer wound pretty tight to fit into my patch cabinet. Overall, you could say I give this product a "favorable" review - as in, I love it! 5REALLY Improves Streamed Video Quality!I recently signed up for high-speed internet (4mbps) through my local phone provider. I used the standard telephone cable that the phone company sent. I immediately noticed that streaming video was constantly pixelating and freezing. I hoped that streaming video quality would improve with a better modem cable. I looked at the high-speed modem cable of a competitor, but noticed in the reviews that there was an issue with the connectors getting stuck in the modem and wall jack, so I ordered this one. I was skeptical though. After using it for a week, I have to admit that I've noticed a definite improvement in streamed video - no more pixelating or freezing. The ONLY issue is that the cable isn't very flexible, but I'm not sure if that can be fixed without compromising quality. It would also be nice if the cable came in white.5Buyer beware! Bad Quality Control in a fancy cable, probably okay for telephone use.Garbage!I bought this because I was looking for a reliable "buy it once for life" cable. I didn't know a lot about telephone cables, but thanks to this terrible cable giving me lots of problems I have learned quite a bit about RJ11 cables, crimping, and wiring.In short, these cables are manufactured with very bad quality control and I had to cut mine apart and put it back together to make it work. I have spent 2x the cost of this cable in my attempts to repair it, for it would've taken me 4 hours of sweaty angry work to remove everything needed to replace it. So I chose to invest my money and time into crimpers and education.I purchased this to use for a solar setup, I buried this cable deep in a nest of electronics, with the assumption that it would work when it's time came. HOWEVER it did not, my first assumption was that it was an issue with my devices, for no respectable company would sell faulty telephone cables, but I was very wrong. Attached you'll find a picture of the connections. You can barely see the colors of the wires, but there are 4 wires for the telephone cable, Green, white-green, orange, and white-orange. The white green and green are a pair of stranded wires, the orange and a white orange are another pair of stranded wires, they are stranded to prevent signal interference from their other color counterparts. When crimped into the cable, the white green/green and white orange/orange should be next to each other. HOWEVER my cables were not crimped properly and the order was Green, Orange, white green, white orange. Which made the cables not work in my electrical setup, these may've worked if not surrounded by other electronics, I don't know. However I can tell you after cutting the ends off of these and recrimping them in the proper order, they work just fine.I cannot convey enough how disappointed and angry I was when I realized that I was sold a bad cable, after installing this so deep into my electrical setup. Maybe this is why everyone makes such a big deal about Chinese made products.1
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