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Component Video Boards

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by whitestripes, Aug 7, 2005.

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    Hi the two boards are exactly the same the only difference is what type of cable you youse video usually run through RCA plugs but BNCs are a superior connector type for video in two important respects. First, BNCs actually bayonet into place and lock to each other, eliminating any problems with loss of connection through vibration and the like. Second, BNC connectors, unlike RCA plugs and jacks, can be made to a true 75 ohm impedance from end to end (and despite what you may have read elsewhere, there's no such thing as a true 75 ohm RCA connection.
    For best performance i wood go for the BNC board and use a RCA to BNC cable but thies cables tend to be more expensive than an RCA to RCA cable.

    Hope this helps you. :)
     

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