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Channel Master Coaxial Grounding Block

1 Review | 1 question - 1 answer

Item #: 6593274

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Original Price: $2.99

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Overview

Seems to work without degrading the signal. No issues, but have not had a lightning strike; thus, no idea if it really works.

Pmgrnvl, Greenville, SC

What's in the Box:

  • Grounding block for 75-ohm coaxial cable
  • 2 Self-tapping screws

Product Highlights:

  • grounds a single coaxial cable from antenna, cable, or satellite
  • helps protect audio/video gear from lightning damage
  • warranty: 60 days
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
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Channel Master Coaxial Grounding Block Reviews

Average Customer Review:

1 Review

No problems

Written by: Pmgrnvl from Greenville, SC on January 27, 2013

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Seems to work without degrading the signal. No issues, but have not had a lightning strike; thus, no idea if it really works.

Pros: No degradation of signal noticed.

Cons:

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What's in the box?

Download the Channel Master Coaxial Grounding Block manual

  • Grounding block for 75-ohm coaxial cable
  • 2 Self-tapping screws

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Features

Overview: The Channel Master grounding block provides lightning protection for 75-ohm coaxial cable installations. It has 2 female "F" connectors and a ground wire clamp.

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The Channel Master grounding block provides lightning protection for 75-ohm coaxial cable installations. It has 2 female "F" connectors and a ground wire clamp; so any coaxial cable that can be terminated with an "F" type connection would work. I hope that helps. [ Larry  Apr 06, 2016 ]  Staff