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Standard User Toonshorty
(member) Sat 05-Nov-16 21:48:45
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MK3 Faceplate vs Broadband Only Faceplate


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I'm looking to move into a new house soon and will be ordering an 80Mbps VDSL service. I believe the last time I checked the property there was a standard NTE5 master socket alongside an old Telewest faceplate, presumably from an old cable service (the house is also served by Virgin Media).

Since I don't have any filters and won't be using an ISP that supplies any kit, I'll need to sort this part myself. We won't have/need a landline phone at the property so this isn't a problem.

In terms of achieving the best line performance, would we be better off using a MK3 filtered faceplate, or fitting a broadband only unfiltered faceplate (such as the one sold by AAISP)?
Standard User Zarjaz
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Sun 06-Nov-16 08:28:09
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Re: MK3 Faceplate vs Broadband Only Faceplate


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I'd use an MK3 myself, just for its RFI filter.

Standard User Arksun76
(newbie) Mon 07-Nov-16 16:40:20
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Re: MK3 Faceplate vs Broadband Only Faceplate


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Definitely recommend the MK3 faceplate, works very well with FTTC. I get a good solid 76 down 19 up with the full 80/20 sync on it.

I bought mine off Amazon


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