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RadioShack® 6-Ft. RG-58 Coax Extension Cable with UHF plug

Model:

278-975

 | Catalog #: 278-975
Price:
$10.99
$10.99
 

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  • Standard PL-259 UHF-type coaxial connector
  • For RF, video, CB, Local Area Network and other applications
  • Quantity: 2

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Get the cable you need.

We have quality cables for all your needs. This 6-ft. RG-58 coax extension cable with UHF plug is ideal for mobile and home antennas, plus various equipment hookups. Includes UHF plug to UHF jack.

  • PL-259 to SO-239
  • 6-ft (1.82m) long
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  • 6 Ft. RG-58 Coax Extension Cable with UHF plug
 

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  • Parts: 90 days
  • Labor: 90 days
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RadioShack® 6-Ft. RG-58 Coax Extension Cable with UHF plug
 
3.5

(based on 4 reviews)

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75%

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          • Was this a gift?:
          • No (3)

        Reviewed by 4 customers

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        (0 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

         
        1.0

        JOKE

        By SKY WALKER

        from RALEIGH NC

        About Me Power User

        Pros

        • No good

        Cons

        • JUKE

        Best Uses

          Comments about RadioShack® 6-Ft. RG-58 Coax Extension Cable with UHF plug:

          WASTE OF TIME

          • Was this a gift?:
          • No
           
          5.0

          Amazing results

          By sharpe

          from Strongsville, a suburb of Cleveland

          About Me Enthusiast

          Pros

          • Consistent Performance
          • Good Length
          • Good Warranty
          • Rugged
          • Versatile

          Cons

            Best Uses

              Comments about RadioShack® 6-Ft. RG-58 Coax Extension Cable with UHF plug:

              I bought a Radio Shack Extreme Range AM/FM/Weather Radio with the intention of adding an external antenna. I listen to Glenn Beck on the Cleveland 50,000 watt station WTAM, but they pre-empt his show and go to sports talk occassionally so the next closest station is a 5,000 watt station in Columbus. When I tuned it in as usual with my other radios I got about 95% static and 5% voice. Without even hooking up the connecting wire and just putting the AN 200 Antenna Loop next to the radio I tuned in the antenna's dial to the Columbus station and almost all of the static disappeared and the voice level and clarity sounded like the distant 5,000 watt station was only a mile away. If I didn't hear the results with my own ears I wouldn't have believed it. I'm tempted to take the antenna apart to see exactly what is going on inside of it. I was going to buy a C.Crane radio just because of its reputation for AM reception, but forget that. This was the single best piece of radio equipment I ever bought. Just remember, don't turn the antenna's dial to "10" and expect the best results just because it's on "10". You have to turn the dial until you find the sweet spot for any particular station.

              • Primary use:
              • Personal
              • Was this a gift?:
              • No
               
              3.0

              CB/WX antenna

              By SkubeDew

              from Bardstown, KY

              About Me Power User

              Pros

              • Good dual-band antenna

              Cons

                Best Uses

                  Comments about RadioShack® 6-Ft. RG-58 Coax Extension Cable with UHF plug:

                  Works well for when I travel and use a CB and the rest of the time for my VHF fire dept. radio.

                  • Primary use:
                  • Business
                  • Was this a gift?:
                  • No

                  (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  5.0

                  Very Good Product

                  By Big Guy

                  from Cupertino, CA

                  About Me Enthusiast

                  Pros

                  • Consistent Performance
                  • Good Length
                  • Rugged
                  • Versatile

                  Cons

                  • None

                  Best Uses

                  • Dorm Room
                  • High-End Equipment

                  Comments about RadioShack® 6-Ft. RG-58 Coax Extension Cable with UHF plug:

                  Pro - very good. You can't go wrong.

                  Con - None

                  • Primary use:
                  • Personal

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