In-line DSL Filter w/ Splitter

November 18, 2013 - Comment

– Suttle in-line DSL filter with splitter- The In-line Adapter connects between the wall jack and voice device (e.g. phone, fax, answering machine, Caller ID) providing both an unfiltered DSL jack for DSL connection and a filtered jack for a single line of voice device communications- Eliminates all erratic impedance from telephone equipment that interfere

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– Suttle in-line DSL filter with splitter- The In-line Adapter connects between the wall jack and voice device (e.g. phone, fax, answering machine, Caller ID) providing both an unfiltered DSL jack for DSL connection and a filtered jack for a single line of voice device communications- Eliminates all erratic impedance from telephone equipment that interfere with DSL communications- FCC Registered; Complies with Part 68- ANSI T1. 421- Materialis flame retardant thermoplastic compliant with UL 94V-0- Minimum 50 micro-inch of gold and nickel- Small compact design- Customer installableSE900LCCS50

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Comments

Wendy V Brejot says:

Not bad. I’ve decided to give this little gizmo a try.I needed 2 DSL filters for my “Plain Jane” corded phone and cordless digital phone. The one attached to the “Plain Jane” is also hooked up to my ActionTech wireless gateway router/modem. The one attached to the cordless is acting like a single filter. Yes I know I could have bought a single but I was skimping on the S&H. Amazon didn’t have a single filter listed that was made/sold by this company.I like how it’s so easy to install. Just snap the plugs into the sockets.The sockets are clearly marked for Phone line and DSL line.I’ve been doing some testing and I noticed that the awful noise has gone away. My Upload and Download speeds seem to have improved as well.The price is fair compaired to retail stores like Radioshack. They had a simular product at $19.95. WTF???HHAHAH counting the S&H and sales taxes I got 2 filters for HALF the price Radioshack charges.

Baxuwell says:

Cheap and did the job There’s not really much to say. I have ATT internet service, but lost my filters during a move. After looking for a Amazon Prime eligible replacement, this option jumped up to the top of the list. The DSL filter/splitter has served my needs: phone static is gone, and my internet speed is good. I’ve had it installed for about six months now with no problems.Is there anything else you need to consider?

I. Houpt "Jafamom" says:

DSL Splitter vs Phone Splitter At first I thought it was a splitter for two phone lines, but instead I found out it was for one line to the phone and a pass through line to the DSL what I was able to do next to my PC was install the splitter in my RJ-45 Phone Module then attach my phone line that went to my DSL modem. On the DSL side of the splitter afterwards I placed a two way adapter on the phone side of the splitter and ran a phone line to my PC modem and another line to my All-In-One Printer.Everything works GREAT. Also to top everything else off I ordered these items on the 22nd of Nov. in PA and received them on the 23rd, I was shocked. This company goes beyond the call of duty for their respected clients.

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