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Avsales Panny 6 series, which componant board?

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by Scotty Boy, Oct 17, 2004.

  1. Scotty Boy

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    Hey, just bought the 6 series panny being sold at AV sales. But, I need to know which board I need!

    Looking to hook up some Mark Grant Componant Leads from a Denon 2805 Receiver. I know there are two types of componant boards, what are the differences between the two? And which ones do I need?

    Cheers lads,
    Scott.
     
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    The difference is BNC (locking phono connection) and standard RCA phono connection. The Mark Grant Cable I have comes with standard RCA connections so I assume all his leads do? If so it's the RCA one you need?

    The RCA board is twice as expensive on AV sales and there will be more demand for it second hand anyway. Worse comes to the worst you can always buy a set of these: BNC to Phono Converters
     
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    Ah, you see, I didn't know that the BNC ones were the locking ones.

    RCA is the one I want then.

    Thanks dude. :)
     

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