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Price should be a main factor in your buying decision. Show All Modems: Show All Modems with Downstream Channels of: See more Time Warner / Spectrum approved modems and compare prices and features on our page: All Time Warner / Spectrum Approved Modems: Price and Feature Comparison Table See more Time Warner / Spectrum approved modems and compare prices and features on our page: All Time Warner / Spectrum Approved Modems: Price and Feature Comparison Table Amazon and the Amazon logo are trademarks of Amazon.com, Inc. I have 2 4K TV, 2 more smart TV currently use the Cisco DCP3216 modem with a Linksys EA8500 Router.When streaming movies and using a computer the movie will sometimes stop and the internet on the computer slows down.
Arris CM820A, DG860A, Ubee DDW3611, DDW365, DDM3515 are all in use by TWC and accepted as customer owned modems.I'm assuming that: even tho TW doesn't recommend this model I should be able to get them to register it if it duplicates what I now have I bought the Netgear Nighthawk Modem and router all in one and it is so future proof.With 24x8 ability and the auto 2.4Ghs and 5Ghz my 2 wired computers are running at 2.4(because they are not wireless anyways) but the best part is ALL of my other devices are running 5G. With the AC1900 1.6Gbps and with Beamforming=, it has a range all around my house and front and back yards of full strength.(See Bright House Approved Modem List - Same as Time Warner) Compare prices and features of every Time Warner/Spectrum approved modem on our page: All Time Warner/Spectrum Approved Modems: Price and Feature Comparison Table If you're paying $10 a month to rent a modem from Time Warner or Bright House, that's $120 a year or $600 over 5 years.You can buy a new one that will pay for itself in less than one year. Just call your internet company and give them the Cable Modem ID (MAC address) and drop off your old leased modem with them.We are with Spectrum- Charter and were at down load speed 60 but just went up to 100 and are having the same problem.
I am looking into getting a TP-Link AC1750 Archer CR700, or TP-link AC1900 CR1900 modem/router but charter says these are not that good. There are no modems without a wifi router that has more than one ethernet port.
You can buy devices like these at Amazon: Ethernet to Coax Mo CA Adapter Kit I've never set one up, but maybe you can search for more info on it.
I'm guessing you can just buy any of the modems listed above as well as the adapters.
Read the note "If you have Time Warner phone service" at top of this page.
I that at some point TW/Comcast will phase out the Ambit DOCSIS 2.0 but that's what is hooked up to my laptop now and my son has a spare (U10CO18 DOCSIS 2.0)Ubee that would save me $10 a month.
Most will not only boost your Internet speeds but will also save you the cost of renting a modem from Time Warner.