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Panny component board with BNC connectors

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by is1111, Apr 4, 2005.

  1. is1111

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    Hi is there any pq loss or problems when connecting component cable to the panny component board with bnc connectors but using standard component cable and connectors/adaptors.
    is this even possible.
    cheers
     
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    possible but proper RCA>BNC leads are better not PQ differnece (BNC are better than RCA!!!!!!
     
  3. Mep

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    i started with adapters then got a rca to bnc cable as i thought it would be better....b*ggered if i can see any difference tho
     
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    Then if there is no difference in PQ, then why the BIG price jump ??

    Component Video - BNC

    Lets you connect devices that output component video signals, such as DVD players or set-top boxes, or devices that output RGB signals.
    * Accepts only RGB signals with "SYNC ON G".

    [Slots 1, 2 or 3]
    TY-42TM6AB



    £85.00 Delivered
    Board Only Price





    Component Video - RCA

    Lets you connect devices that output component video signals, such as DVD players or set-top boxes, or devices that output RGB signals.
    * Accepts only RGB signals with "SYNC ON G".

    [Slots 1, 2 or 3]
    TY-42TM6Z



    £152.00 Delivered
    Board Only Price
     
  5. Mep

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    apparently the pricing diff is due to the rca board being supplied by panny consumer division and bnc by the commercial division. apart from the connection type they are identical.
     
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    Great i now know which board i'm buying now. :smashin:
     

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