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Old 01-30-2013, 9:53 AM
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Since RS is useless for anything anymore, where can one in the Virginia Beach area find coaxial adaptors, connectors etc.

I have an old Yagi antenna that I want to quickly test to see if it will work. I need a 90 N connector. When I asked at RS the deer in the headlights look came on.

So where in my area does one go. I like to support the local guys, but an on-line order is also easy.

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Norfolk Wire 5301 Cleveland st va beach 499-1100
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I'm sure you could find one at frostfest this weekend here in Richmond.

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You might find more than a connector

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By 90 N do you mean an N right angle connector?

Radio Works in Portsmouth. 757-484-0140. Item #610 may be what you're looking for.
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Yes I did mean an N connector that was a right angle.
Found what I needed here, great price, shipped in three days, no shipping costs.

https://www.ridgeequipment.com/store/cables.html

Thanks all, will keep the company names handy.
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Try Cane Electronics. Right at East Princess Anne and Ingleside Road Norfolk. Ask for Bernie, he knows where everything is and what its for. Best place in Tidewater for parts, test equipment and cable.
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