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NETGEAR PLP1000-100UKS Powerline Adapter 1000mbps with passthrough - Pack of 2 £34.99 at Amazon
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NETGEAR PLP1000-100UKS Powerline Adapter 1000mbps with passthrough - Pack of 2 £34.99 at Amazon

£34.99£48.4928%Amazon Deals
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Posted 30th Oct
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Dropped £13.50 overnight.

Good price for a powerline adapter which also has passthrough, as always reviews are a little mixed with these things, but I thought it was a good deal.

Same price at Argos as well argos.co.uk/pro…467
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I've got these. They ain't pretty, but they work.
What does the "with Extra Outlet " mean?
can i use these conjunction with TP-Link's AV1000?
Publix30/10/2019 14:28

What does the "with Extra Outlet " mean?


That you can plug something else into it without losing a socket space.
RedDemonic30/10/2019 14:31

can i use these conjunction with TP-Link's AV1000?


I am sure they should be as they are both using "AV" as standard.
RedDemonic30/10/2019 14:31

can i use these conjunction with TP-Link's AV1000?



Same question. Would it create issues?
Johnross198330/10/2019 14:32

That you can plug something else into it without losing a socket space.


Ambiguous technobabble.
Why not "Pass through"?
Some may think "with extra outlet" means a 2nd LAN port.
digit1guy30/10/2019 14:50

Argos have the same deal now …Argos have the same deal now alsohttps://www.argos.co.uk/product/6214467?&cmpid=GS001&_$ja=tsid:59158%7cacid:532-198-3455%7ccid:598893978%7cagid:24310582250%7ctid:aud-641224040817:pla-280641167663%7ccrid:86867309210%7cnw:g%7crnd:17161195181792176584%7cdvc:c%7cadp:1o2%7cmt:%7cloc:9041117&gclid=Cj0KCQjw6eTtBRDdARIsANZWjYY9Q96CduejjGfxxXLH4rjKD7SZA9AQPILbO0VIaZC9XgTRVnZAN18aAkGFEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds


More likely that Amazon price matched Argos (never been aware of Argos pricematching Amazon). Good spot! I should imagine this works fine with AV1000, suggests they're both gigabit ethernet.
Edited by: "Matholwch" 30th Oct
digit1guy30/10/2019 14:50

Argos have the same deal now …Argos have the same deal now alsohttps://www.argos.co.uk/product/6214467?&cmpid=GS001&_$ja=tsid:59158%7cacid:532-198-3455%7ccid:598893978%7cagid:24310582250%7ctid:aud-641224040817:pla-280641167663%7ccrid:86867309210%7cnw:g%7crnd:17161195181792176584%7cdvc:c%7cadp:1o2%7cmt:%7cloc:9041117&gclid=Cj0KCQjw6eTtBRDdARIsANZWjYY9Q96CduejjGfxxXLH4rjKD7SZA9AQPILbO0VIaZC9XgTRVnZAN18aAkGFEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds


Like I said in the OP, it's also available from Argos.
I can't comment on these Netgear ones, but I'm using a pair of Tenda ones from Amazon in my house. Powerline adaptors used to get a bit of a bad rap but they're certainly up to the job now. I haven't noticed any issues with slow speeds, high latency or drop outs, it's no different to my old house which had cat5 cable running upstairs.

I've reused an old BT homehub as an access point so that I get better wi-fi coverage throughout the house (1900's, so walls are thick and solid). It's far more reliable than a wireless repeater and much cheaper than a 'mesh' network.
I had these, absolutely murdered my noise margin on my internet somehow. Less of an effect when nothing was plugged in, but still there. Even the OpenReach engineer was stunned. After googling a bit, it seemed that different Powerline adapters could cause it in general. How I have no idea, but that was my experience. You might not notice if your noise margin is large enough to not affect it at your current speed, but on our old 4-5Mbps line it dropped us down to an unstable 2. Our other free BT powerline adapters didn't have this problem.

TL:DR, powerline adapters can cause issues
Cheers op ordered
Turned up today, no real way to see the throughout the adapter is running at without transferring across LAN, best I've seen so far is 230mbps, not great but acceptable.
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