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Low loss satellite cable

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by sticker, Jun 27, 2003.

  1. sticker

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    Where can I obtain the following

    Low loss satellite cable, the centre must be solid copper and a ful copper shield, foamed Teflon insulation ...basically its to build the UBYTE2 on the TNT website, so if anyone has built some of these and knows where to get the whole caboodle, it would be much appreciated.

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    if i recall you can get everuthing you need at rswww.com

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    Maplin, RS, B&Q -- although the stuff in B&Q says "not to be used for mains" on the packaging. :confused:

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    cheers guy's. Either of you two built this cable?
     
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    nope not me sorry, my soldering skills are very limited and i was put off by the idea of melting the insulator and destroying the amp!

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    eeek
     
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    i dont know if im right in saying this, but i think that most larger production amps will have protection circuitry which would protect from such a short. What i know for sure is that my amps dont have it in order to maintain signal purity

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