Welcome to DBSTalk
Like most online communities you must register to view or post in our community. Sign-up is a free and simple process that requires minimal information. Be a part of our community by signing in or creating an account. The Digital Bit Stream starts here!
- Reply to existing topics or start a discussion of your own
- Subscribe to topics and forums and get email updates
- Send private personal messages (PM) to other forum members
- Customize your profile page and make new friends
S-Video and DBS
Posted 03 August 2002 - 08:59 PM
||...Ads Help To Support This Site...||
Posted 03 August 2002 - 09:21 PM
Posted 04 August 2002 - 12:56 AM
Posted 04 August 2002 - 01:31 AM
Posted 05 August 2002 - 05:56 PM
Originally posted by Mark Lamutt
Component video requires a 75 ohm cable for each of the 3 colors (red, green, blue) to pass the bandwidth. Stereo A/V cables (even the short ones) have 1 video cable that is 75 ohm and 2 stereo cables that are significantly less than 75 ohm. It may work on a 3 foot run, but you'd be a LOT better off with a true component cable.
FWIW, any shielded cable for audio or video should be 75ohm. But there is no such thing as a 75 ohm RCA ("phono") plug or jack. The plugs and jacks are 50ohm. So there is always an impedence mismatch.
Years ago McCormick developed a connector for digital coax cables that "funneled" the impedence down from the cable to the RCA jack to prevent reflections. It would work great for analog audio & video, too, but at $200-300 per cable wouldn't be economically practical.
Posted 24 August 2002 - 11:08 AM
Easy And Cheap and it has better picture than most of the expensive cables if you assemble them correctly with no stray braids touching center conductor.
( a.k.a ) DuallyDude