Signal degradation w/RCA to BNC adaptors?

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  1. Daniel_M

    Daniel_M Stunt Coordinator

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    I'm in the market for component video
    cables to run from my DVD player
    (RCA outputs) to my Sony front
    projector (BNC inputs)
    It's cheaper to buy cable with RCA
    connectors at both ends but I will
    need to buy (Radio Shack?) RCA to
    BNC adaptors. Will I get alot of
    signal loss with these things?
    My cable run is 25 feet.
    Thanks,
    Dan.
     
  2. Jason Pannell

    Jason Pannell Auditioning

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    I think you wouuld be better off reterminating the cables yourself, with BNC connectors than to use a Ratshack adaptor. If you are not comfortable doing this yourself, you could probably find someone in your area to do this or if you want to cover the shipping, I could do it for you.
    Jason Pannell
     

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