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DIY Component cable wall socket to wall socket

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by [Slip], Jun 28, 2005.

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    Hi,

    I've had a good look through all previous threads and wouldn't mind a yay or nay and some experiences with different cable that I should be using in my cellar conversion.

    I bought some Van Damme blue speaker cable for the surround speakers and it seems excellent quality and a good size.

    Now I want to run a few other video cables.

    I have two wall sockets , each socket accepts component and composite along with normal RF and an Svideo

    I want some cable that will be good enough for the component.

    I already have some cheap 75 Ohm coax but it only has one very poor outer foil sheild, while this will be ok for the composite and RF, would this be ok for the component?

    I've looked at this

    http://www.maplin.co.uk/module.aspx?ModuleNo=23007&doy=28m6&QV=Y

    Good cable? Hard to work with?

    I don't want to spend a huge amount as the cables will be behind the wall and wouldn't want to have to leave a fortune behind the walls when I move! ;)

    I'll also have to be soldering these cables to the rear of the sockets so ease or working might be a factor.

    Thanks in advance for any help and apologies if it's a bit long winded!
     

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