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D-Link PowerLine DHP-601AV AV2 AV1000 Gigabit Starter Kit for $34.99 AR, NETIS WF2190 AC1200 Wireless USB 3.0 Adapter for $19.99 AC & More @ Newegg.com

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Are these better than they were a couple years ago? I was getting 2mbps file transfer rate at my house.
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These are likely not much (any?) better than the standard AV500 adapters. And Newegg's description is gimmicky. I think it is an AV600 kit. I don't know why they are calling it AV1000.
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Quote from one80oneday View Post :
Are these better than they were a couple years ago? I was getting 2mbps file transfer rate at my house.
Check SmallNetBuilder for performance differences. I have found significant improvement between an av500 and av1200 but as always with these YMMV. If your throughput was that bad originally, the newer ones will probably not be enough to give you things like HD streaming ETC.
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Check SmallNetBuilder for performance differences. I have found significant improvement between an av500 and av1200 but as always with these YMMV. If your throughput was that bad originally, the newer ones will probably not be enough to give you things like HD streaming ETC.
Mine were linksys ple400. Guess I'll look into better wifi mesh network or just find someone to hardware the house.
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Quote from one80oneday View Post :
Are these better than they were a couple years ago? I was getting 2mbps file transfer rate at my house.
Only 2mbps on PowerLine?
I guess wireless is better.
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I have these and the connection drops sometimes. Contacted the cable provider and they suggested that if there is power fluctuations, the data may have issues.
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moca is better than powerline if you have access to coax wiring in your location. But powerline will still typically be better than wifi
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This footnote is confusing:
"Link PowerLine AV200/AV+ Network Adapters (DHP-209AV, DHP-309AV), PowerLine AV+ Wireless N Extender (DHP-W310AV, DHP-W311AV), PowerLine AV2 2000 Gigabit Starter Kit (DHP-(701AV), and Wireless N PowerLine Router (DHP-1320) may coexist but are not compatible or interoperable with D-Link PowerLine HD Ethernet Adapters (DHP-302, DHP-303) or D-Link PowerLine HD Network Starter Kit (DHP-303)."

I have the HHP-309AV and would like to add a few more. Are the DHP-601AV compatible (could I have 4 powerlines - 2 DHP-601AV and 2 DHP-309AV). What does coexist but not compatible mean?
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I have the HHP-309AV and would like to add a few more. Are the DHP-601AV compatible (could I have 4 powerlines - 2 DHP-601AV and 2 DHP-309AV). What does coexist but not compatible mean?
They would not interfere but not seeing each other due to different frequency I guess,
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MoCA (Ethernet over cable-tv coax) is rock-solid. I highly recommend going with it. Running in my house for 4 years non-stop. I often forget it is there.
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