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paulpa66
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BT Master socket

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Is there any benefit using the  NTE5c MK2 & VDSL/ADSL Faceplate MK4 over using an inline filter. Had issues with disconnects, currently connected direct to master (faceplate off) and an inline filter no drops. Would I be better leaving it as is or order new master faceplate ?

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imjolly
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Re: BT Master socket

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if your current setup connecting to test socket with a filter is working for you that I would not change unless you want a neater looking socket

if not broke don't fix it



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paulpa66
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So no benefit in speed, just wonder if I have a faulty master, but if no benefit will leave as is 

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licquorice
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You are more likely to get problems with a 5c, they are a notoriously cheap and nasty NTE that rely on flimsy plastic clips to maintain connection.

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Hi @paulpa66 and thanks for posting.

Sound advice from both @licquorice  and @imjolly . You're best leaving as is. 

Cheers

David

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