With gold-plated contacts, this 8' Insignia™ NS-PNW5608 Cat-6 cable offers a reliable connection between most PC and Mac computers, DSL/cable modems or other peripherals and a 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet network.
Cat-6 network cable
Connects most PC and Mac computers, DSL/cable modems or other peripherals to a network.
Supports 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet networks
For an easy connection.
Deliver maximum conductivity.
Snag-free connector design
Helps prevent the clip from breaking off for durability.
This is a really great ethernet cable for Fios Gigabit internet. The long length means I can run it from my router to my TV, DVD and Cable box. But really it works best for gaming on my laptop. I get an average of 900 Mpbs for my internet connection at home.
Does what it is supposed to do.
Very nice quality.
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
Ease of Use
5 out of 5
I would recommend this to a friend
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Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Great quality cable
Built a 4 k theater room with4 k router bought the 6cat wire to go from my router in my office to my 4k router in my theater room
A:AnswerThese are two great questions and the exact same questions I had before making my purchasing decision. So I did some research and here's what I found:
Shielding is really only necessary if you are around heavy electromagnetic interference, like power generators, magnetic resonance imaging scanners (MRI machines), and maybe a lot of high tension power lines. The disadvantage to shielded cable is that you're probably not going to be able to run them through your walls without removing some drywall. The shielding is not really flexible enough to run through a fire break and then do the 90 degree bend to come out of a small hole at the base of the wall.
CAT5 vs CAT6 is almost a no-brainer. CAT5 is probably fine for all current applications but as technology improves, applications are requiring more and more bandwidth. If you want your cable to keep up with the increased demands of technology, you will want to go with the highest bandwidth supported, which means CAT6. If your bandwidth needs are limited and you're just trying to wire up a device because it doesn't support WiFi, CAT5 is fine. The reason I say it's a no-brainer, however, is that Best Buy sells the Insignia 50' CAT6 cable for $34.99 and the CAT5 cable for $29.99. Five bucks is a small price to pay to future proof your Ethernet.
A:AnswerThat will depend on which Model Mac you are looking at. The Retina models will require an adapter. The new MacBook uses a different type of USB port so you would need to get a compatible adapter.
I appreciate you taking the time to share this inquiry with us. This Network Cable is the same as an Ethernet when it comes to connection and it will definitely work for you to connect your router/modem to the TV.
Alexander G. - Insignia Support
A:AnswerSounds like you need a modem to plug the "cable" cable into, then you'll plug an Ethernet cable from the modem to the PC. A better and more secure way would be to put a wireless router between the modem and PC which will keep you protected from the Internet.