Stay away from cheap coax


An excellent discussion of the pros and cons of using "cheap" coaxial cable for your antenna installations.

Michael (KB9VBR) and Joe (KD9CJX) explain why buying cheap coax can lose you money and antenna performance in the long run.

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Here are some comments from Michael and Joe:

A viewer asks about some inexpensive coax they found online. Is it any good? We talk about that and why you may want to stay away from cable that has a price 'too good to be true.' Like what you see? You can leave me a tip: KB9VBR VHF/UHF Antennas: Become a patron! Unlock exclusive content at: Support Ham Radio Q&A by shopping at Amazon: My Parks on the Air setup: Transceiver: Battery: Tuner: Folding Table: Throw Weight: Video Production Equipment: Camera Lens Wireless Microphone: Microphone: GoPro: Music by license: As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases Contact Information: Questions, comments, or business inquiries may be directed to If you wish for your product to be featured on my channel, please contact me. #coax #cable #lmr400 #boltoncoax


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Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).


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