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Moving Equipment Rack

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by George Martin, Jan 3, 2002.

  1. George Martin

    George Martin Well-Known Member

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    I have taken the measurments, got the spouces approval, and figured out how much and what types of wires I need, to move my equipment rack to the rear of the room. I have one question though

    I will need the S-video cable, an audio video cable & coax (cable box) to be 25 feet I'm wondering will that lenth degrade the signle or will I need some sort of amp.

    thanks in advance

    George
     
  2. WilliamM

    WilliamM Well-Known Member

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    25 feet wont be a problem. I have my RPTV on a S-Video of 18 feet with 0 signal degradation.
     
  3. Mike LS

    Mike LS Well-Known Member

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    Same here.....my svideo run is 25' and I have no problem with the signal.
     
  4. George Martin

    George Martin Well-Known Member

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    Hi

    I just want to say thanks for the replys, I guess I'll be busy this weekend.
     
  5. Brett Robert

    Brett Robert Active Member

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    I have a 26-foot s video cable running to my projector. That doesn’t mean that there isn't signal lose. I don't see a difference from the 6 foot run I used to have.
     
  6. James Mudler

    James Mudler Well-Known Member

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    Ditto Brett comment. Old set up 10' and now over 35' and not difference. I did a A/B comparison by switching inputs on the projector too with a old preamp too.
     

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