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  1. TominVA

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    Last time I posted for help here - I received great info. Hoping someone can ID these for me. Again - not my field. Wife is threatening to throw all this stuff out if I dont find a way to get rid of it. Need a description and approx value to put on Ebay. If you want it - make an offer.

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  2. TominVA

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    Item #2
     

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  3. TominVA

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    Item#3
     

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    Item#4
     

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  5. 73's de Edd

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    Item 1 . . . . . . . .Dual female BNC splice connector
    Item 2 . . . . . . . . RG59 male crimp type connector
    Item 3 . . . . . . . . RG59 male connector . . .used with a separate crimp ring (One is loose in your #4 collection)
    Item 4 . . . . . . . . RG59 male push on connector . . .with internal threading to connect to bared coax outer shield
    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .with no crimping required.
     
  6. davenn

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    also known as barrel adaptors

    more correctly known as F connectors
     
  7. TominVA

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    Are these the "seperate crimp rings" your refering to with item#3?
     

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  8. davenn

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    yes, but there are different diameter ones depending on what cable size the connector is designed for

    eg smallest is RG59 ... a common larger one is RG6 commonly used for cable TV installations
     
  9. TominVA

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    Thanks for the help. Some more.

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  12. TominVA

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  14. davenn

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    #5 looks like a crimp and solder RCA

    #6 Male / Male F adaptor

    #7 no idea ... some sort of threaded ferrel

    #8 crimp F connector

    #9 BNC female to possibly a male belling-lee adaptor
     
  15. TominVA

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    Thanks again. Great people here. Any value to any of this?

    If I put everything together on EBay with a starting price of $25 - would it sell?
     
  16. davenn

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    that would be a fair price
     
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