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TWO-Pack Actiontec Bonded MoCA 2.0 Wired Network Adapter $100 + Free Shipping

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For those who missed the Best Buy deal ($109.99 for two), here is another (cheaper!) shot.

These are TiVo-branded, but they ECB6200 (printed on the back) and are identical to the Actiontec version (made by Actiontec, with a TiVo co-brand).

$99.99 for two. Free shipping and I am pretty sure no sales tax outside of CA.

https://www.weaknees.com/actionte...cb6200.php

I've been buying TiVo gear from these guys for years; not always the lowest prices, but I have never seen this pricing for 2.0 MoCA adapters. Far cheaper than 2.5.
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I think these goCoax 2.5 moca adapters are a way better deal at $20 more for a pair https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07XYDG7WN

I use these myself and they were super easy to setup and use.
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Damn paid $150 months ago. Saved me from drilling in the side of my house
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You can buy a pair of DCAU1R0-01 for less than $15 on ebay/Amazon if you are OK with 200Mb/s.

I am using them for 6 months, and they work flawlessly. The only catch is if you are using USB to power it up, you need to hook them into a data port, regular USB chargers won't work.
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You can buy a pair of DCAU1R0-01 for less than $15 on ebay/Amazon if you are OK with 200Mb/s.

I am using them for 6 months, and they work flawlessly. The only catch is if you are using USB to power it up, you need to hook them into a data port, regular USB chargers won't work.
MOCA and DECA work in complete opposite ways, so NO, you cannot just use a DECA. MOCA uses the higher frequencies beyond that occupied by the traditional Cable Companies and therefore can be used in conjunction with Cable TV signals - DECA uses the same frequency and conflicts. DECA only works for satellite TV users, who also cannot use MOCA, or someone who does not use cable TV in their house or has a spare coax network separate from their TV signal.
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MOCA and DECA work in complete opposite ways, so NO, you cannot just use a DECA. MOCA uses the higher frequencies beyond that occupied by the traditional Cable Companies and therefore can be used in conjunction with Cable TV signals - DECA uses the same frequency and conflicts. DECA only works for satellite TV users, who also cannot use MOCA, or someone who does not use cable TV in their house or has a spare coax network separate from their TV signal.
I don't have a cable or satellite TV, therefore, YES I can use it Smilie

Thanks for the clarification though.
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MOCA and DECA work in complete opposite ways, so NO, you cannot just use a DECA. MOCA uses the higher frequencies beyond that occupied by the traditional Cable Companies and therefore can be used in conjunction with Cable TV signals - DECA uses the same frequency and conflicts. DECA only works for satellite TV users, who also cannot use MOCA, or someone who does not use cable TV in their house or has a spare coax network separate from their TV signal.
Which is better if I use OTA?
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Which is better if I use OTA?
depends on the speed you want and how much you want to pay.

i would go with the actiontec bonded moca
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Which is better if I use OTA?
I am using multiple moca adapters with an attic mounted OTA and they work fine on the same line. I have a separate line for my cable modem connection. They may work on the same line for lower speeds but when I upgraded to gigabit I had to run a dedicated line for the cable modem and left everything else on the other coax network
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Pretty amazing - TiVo is still selling these things for $94.99 EACH.
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Do these come with the power adapters?
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