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Problems with Barco and Canare?

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by Thunder, Dec 20, 2004.

  1. Thunder

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    Anybody had any problems connecting a Barco PJ with cable terminated using Canare BNCs? :confused:
     
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    No, i use Belden/Canare and a Barco G808s. Source was HTPC with Holo, i have yet to try my new Crsytalio.
    I think it is 1694A belden coax with Canare BCP-C53A (from my mind)


    What kind of problems do you have ?

    Jaco
     
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    I now dont have any probs as my PJ is up and running :thumbsup: . It was just that I had heard that a guy had had problems when he tried to DIY a Belden/Canare RGBHV cable, but apparently its was down to the fact that he used 50ohm BNCs :laugh: Anyway got my cable right here on the forum from Mark Grant its a Belden 7712A monster five core beast and has the correct 75ohm BNCs of course :D
     
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    50 Ohms is not wise to use....

    Will have to try how my new Scrystalio works, but i guess no problems to expect :)

    My impression is that the cable and connectors are of good quality.

    Jaco
     

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