On-Q RCA to F-Type Keystone Connector
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This RCA to F-Type Connector fits in all On-Q keystone wall plates. The RCA jack on the front allows easy connection to an audio/video component, and the rear F-type coaxial jack allows for in-wall cable runs using shielded RG-6 cable.
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Helped me making a professional job
Great product for an easy install of sub.
While the product is clearly made well, I did not pay close enough attention and ordered the wrong item. If the item had an alternate picture I would have realized it had an F-type connection on the back as opposed to an RCA like I needed. Yes my fault for not reading the description carefully but picture of BOTH side would have been nice.
Pros: High quality product.
Cons: Picture of product should have been better
simple enough - instead of dealing with solder or crimps to run along RCA line you can use bulk coax.
Pros: easy, nothing complicated about it.
Cons: nothing really - if you are confused by this product you might want to consider hiring a professional
Great, unique product that I'm also using for the in-wall coaxial cable run for the subwoofer. I'm using it with Leviton QuickPort wall plates to match other wall plates and the fit is a little loose. You may have to adjust the cable behind or use some glue to hold it in flush if the cable behind is stiff...so minus a star for that. Otherwise it works and looks fine.
Pros: price, availability, free shipping
Cons: doesn't quite fit Leviton wall plates as tightly; not a big deal for me (On-Q wall plates would probably work better)
Works great, I used this to connect a subwoofer with an existing coaxial line, all devices including an AV receiver are hidden in a closet and i needed to place the subwoofer in a corner away from everything, great buy
Pros: Came in a plastic bag not in a fancy box, therefore i got a better deal
Product Overview: This is an On-Q keystone insert designed to be used in an On-Q keystone wall plate. It has a gold-plated F-type connector on the inside and a gold-plated blue RCA jack on the outside of the insert. In addition to this insert you will need the appropriate in-wall wiring, along with either a standard keystone wall plate or an outlet strap with a decorator wall plate.
Installation Overview: The OnQ Keystone connectors (available in F-type connectors, Cat 5/RJ-45, Speaker screw terminals and binding posts, and multi-colored RCA jacks) provide terminals for in-wall audio and video cables in a single-gang or dual-gang box. Outlet straps and standard keystone wall plates, into which the keystone connectors snap, are available in 1, 2, 3, 4, or 6 port versions. When using an outlet strap, a matching decorator wall plate covers the outlet strap and wiring for a clean installation.
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perfect counterpart to connect my subwoofer to a different part of the room without having cables running across the floor. [ Nathan May 23, 2017 ]
Less expensive than anywhere else [ Steven Oct 08, 2017 ]
Best pricing available. [ Brian Sep 06, 2017 ]
Purple for subwoofer connection, needed to convert coax to RCA. [ Cesar Dec 27, 2016 ]
You have to terminate the wire with corresponding RCA jack. The jack you want is the type used by cable companies to terminate cables that plug into cable boxes -- that is, a jack with a hex head that screws onto the terminal on the cable box and in this case on the back of this jack (facing the inside of the wall). Notice the threads on the inside-of-wall face of this connector. [ Eric Jul 11, 2016 ]
You need to terminate the coax to a female f connector and screw it on the back of the connector [ Pamela Jul 11, 2016 ]
The inside-the-wall is for coax cable, not speaker wire. When I had questions I called up an advisor, they were very helpful, and exceeded all of my hopes and expectations. [ Joe Jul 11, 2016 ]
I have RG6 installed for my subs, for which these are used. [ bobs111 Jul 11, 2016 ]