Spectrum Internet is the second largest internet service provider in the country according to wide availability across the country. Hence finding the right technology that is compatible with the internet service provider isn’t as difficult task as one would imagine.

Before you start with your journey in to the very best routers for Spectrum services, we would just like to address the fact that, getting or purchasing a router for your home is a better long term solution than renting a Spectrum accessible device. Moreover, if you are worried about whether the device that you want to get is compatible with the internet service provider or not, then simply just inquire about it first hand from the Spectrum Customer Service representatives.

List Of The Very Best Spectrum Compatible Routers

Best Spectrum Compatible Routers Compared

Name Of Device Number Of Ports Top Speeds
Netgear R7000 4 1900 Mbps
Netgear XR700 6 7200 Mbps
Motorola MG7550 4 1900 Mbps
Google Mesh Wi-Fi 2 1900 Mbps
Netgear RAX120 4 6000 Mbps
Synology RT2600 4 2600 Mbps
TP – Link Archer A7 4 1750 Mbps

Top Two Of Our Picks In Detail

Netgear R7000

A sleek and horizontal device, the Netgear R7000 a total of three high pointing antennas which can be adjusted according to the requirement of the user. It is not the thinnest device on our list but we guess that the multiple vents on the sides of the device help to keep the temperature of the device in check.

The device also has a 1 GHz dual core processor along with the Beamforming specification that just boosts extra power in to the antennas of the device. The device can comfortably cover an area of up to 1800 square feet and easily takes up the load of up to 30 devices at a time.

If we focus on the security side of the device, then well the Netgear R7000 is overall a very well protected device. Equipped with the WPA2 wireless security protocols, firewall, DoS, VPN and a guest Wi-Fi access. Among other things the device also has the ever so reliable Netgear Armor which works as a protective shield against malware and viruses.

Motorola MG7550

Why do we rank the Motorola MG7550 so high? Well to be honest, there are very few comparisons to this device. The Motorola MG7550 is not only a very compact device that would look good anywhere you put it, it also comes with a very affordable price tag. The device also has a ton of features to its name, like being a combination of multiple devices, a modem and a router.

One of the most common concerns that a consumer has regarding a combination of the two devices, a modem and a router, are that maybe some of the features or distinct specifications that exist in the two devices would have to be sacrificed in order to merge the two devices together, luckily for us, this is not true. In fact, as technology advances, we may even see smaller or sleeker devices in the near future.

If we were to list down the very best features of the device we would have to account for its dual band technology, the 2-year warranty, relatively easy parental control settings, quick start & set up, IPv4 & IPv6 networking support and Beamforming technology.

The above listed two devices are, in our humble opinion the most sought out and complete devices that are Spectrum compatible in the market.

Wrapping It All Up

We have the utmost trust in our researchers for providing us an extensive level of research and conclusive remarks regarding the very best equipment that is available in the market. The Netgear R7000 which has gained the most votes from our panel of researchers as the very best router in the business has to its name a very simple start up process and various features to its name along with a price tag that is quite convenient to afford.

The only issue that we seem to have with the Netgear R7000 is that it is only a router and we prefer to have an all in one device for whatever task we want to fulfil. The Motorola MG7550 is one of the very best modem and router combinations that are available in the market and if we have to say one thing that relates to it, then well it’s the prospect of a user having no regrets with this amazing device.

The factors that you would need to address before settling on a device is the cumulative internet usage that goes on in your household, the area in which your household is in, the size of the household and the total number of devices that will be connected to the device along with the budget that you have set aside for the device.