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Incidentally, the cable-routing instructions are also applicable to other functions, such as wiring doorbells, thermostats, or home Ethernet networks. The most important decision of running cable comes first: finding the best route from the existing cable to the destination.What's the best way to route TV cable?
The following tools are helpful for routing cable: Drill bits—the longer, the better. If you buy cable with the ends already fitted (as I suggest), 5/8" diameter is the minimum for easy cable routing. Auger bits, which pull themselves into the hole, work much faster than flat bits, but they are more expensive.What are the color of the component cable?
Component video cables have red, green, and blue tips. Red and white cables often come with them to provide sound. Pro-Tip: The color of the cable tip always matches the color of the plug it connects into.What kind of cable do I need for my home?
Coax cable or coaxial cable is familiar to most homeowners and property managers. It’s the standard type of cable used for all conventional cabled TV and internet hookups in homes and rentals.