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can someone ELI5 what these are good for?
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Send internet from one room in your house to another through the electricity in the wall.

Especially good for sending internet to another router or a wired computer in another room that has trouble reaching good wifi connection, or is too far from your modem. Depending on how your home is wired for electricity, these adapters can work quite well.
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can someone ELI5 what these are good for?
i use one for my smart tv in the office which is all the way across the house from the router...works perfect
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Bought these a few months ago when they were $12 for a pair. Regret not getting a couple sets at the price. Will get another pair.
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can't get code to work Frown
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can't get code to work Frown
Me neither. I think the code expired yesterday.
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i use one for my smart tv in the office which is all the way across the house from the router...works perfect
ahhh, thanks man. I was hoping it was for something like this. I have a smart tv in the living room, and the router is on the other side of the house, and I barely get a connection. In fact, its pretty unwatchable to stream anything on youtube. In for 1. Thanks again. and OP as well.

edit. ah crap. deal is dead
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Quote from Doremon View Post :
Bought these a few months ago when they were $12 for a pair. Regret not getting a couple sets at the price. Will get another pair.
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can't get code to work Frown
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Me neither. I think the code expired yesterday.
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ahhh, thanks man. I was hoping it was for something like this. I have a smart tv in the living room, and the router is on the other side of the house, and I barely get a connection. In fact, its pretty unwatchable to stream anything on youtube. In for 1. Thanks again. and OP as well.

edit. ah crap. deal is dead
I'm going to be posting an AV500 Powerline Adapter shortly for $19.99 AC. Reviews are kinda spotty, but you might want to take a look.
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I'm going to be posting an AV500 Powerline Adapter shortly for $19.99 AC. Reviews are kinda spotty, but you might want to take a look.
lol, I was just going to message you, right as your message popped up. Funny thing. I never message an OP on a lost deal.

edit. thank you. Was going to ask you if you had any idea when the original one would come back on sale, but this next one might work. I have no idea about these things. thx
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Thanks for the code.
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Can you mix different brands ?
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question about these powerline adapters, if anyone knows. Do these need to be on the same circuit breaker, or the same circuit breaker/fuse "panel" ?

I don't know much about that stuff, but reading some amazon questions, one answer says it needs to be on the same circuit breaker and the other says circuit breaker panel (fuse panel).

My house house like one big panel, with a bunch of different switches. And the one where my router is on one side of the house, I'm certain is different than the lights/electricity plugs on the other side of the house. I can switch off the living room electricity/tv area and the router on the other side of the house where the router is will still be power. Sorry for the long explanation just wanted to be clear.
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Quote from papitosabe View Post :
question about these powerline adapters, if anyone knows. Do these need to be on the same circuit breaker, or the same circuit breaker/fuse "panel" ?

I don't know much about that stuff, but reading some amazon questions, one answer says it needs to be on the same circuit breaker and the other says circuit breaker panel (fuse panel).

My house house like one big panel, with a bunch of different switches. And the one where my router is on one side of the house, I'm certain is different than the lights/electricity plugs on the other side of the house. I can switch off the living room electricity/tv area and the router on the other side of the house where the router is will still be power. Sorry for the long explanation just wanted to be clear.
I believe panel. The ones i have are connected to the upstairs router and downstairs modem gateway.
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Quote from bpnoy3 View Post :
Can you mix different brands ?
You can, but there's not a guarantee it will work.

Quote from papitosabe View Post :
question about these powerline adapters, if anyone knows. Do these need to be on the same circuit breaker, or the same circuit breaker/fuse "panel" ?

I don't know much about that stuff, but reading some amazon questions, one answer says it needs to be on the same circuit breaker and the other says circuit breaker panel (fuse panel).

My house house like one big panel, with a bunch of different switches. And the one where my router is on one side of the house, I'm certain is different than the lights/electricity plugs on the other side of the house. I can switch off the living room electricity/tv area and the router on the other side of the house where the router is will still be power. Sorry for the long explanation just wanted to be clear.
I'm fairly certain they work across breakers, there's a pretty good discussion about that here [makeuseof.com]. As for the other deal, here is where I posted it. I've never had any experience with Actiontec products before and the reviews are 2 to 3 stars, so YMMV there. In general, TP-Link, Zyxel, Netgear... all make reliable Powerline Adapters. During the holidays, they sometimes run pretty aggressive pricing on them... for example there are newer standards like AV2 1000, AV2 1200, AV2 2000 that might be in the $30 to $50 range and provide better performance.

You might want to checkout TheWireCutter [thewirecutter.com], SmallNetBuilder [smallnetbuilder.com] and product reviews to determine the best solution for you and your budget. Also, depending on your home's age, the wiring, your internet connection, and electrical interference can be a limitation no matter the product.
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