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RGB to you projectors

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by leon, Dec 20, 2001.

  1. leon

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    could you tell me what component cables you use to your projectors and where did you get them from ....e.g vanden-hul/qed /?
     
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    help :):) :)
     
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    only one reply :( :( :( :( :clown:
     
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    I use chord component interconnects 3 x phono, custom built direct from Chord. Cost £140 for 4xmtrs.
    Very high quality lead with great playback!
     
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    Make sure it is 75 Ohm, rather than a tweako cable like Kimber, Chord, Van Den Hul. This is the most basic specification that needs to be addressed. Otherwise it will be an analogue cable rather than a digital / video one.

    I had a Chord XLR digital cable on test. The company supplied just the twisty £200 analogue cable as there premium balanced digital one. It was confortably bettered by the Maplin cable for £1.50 / m. The maplin was the correct 110 Ohm, the Chord wasn't. Guess which I kept.;)
     
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    As these comments clearly prove you should try before you buy and find a cable that suits your eye and your system.

    Most good hifi/av outlets will let you try a cable out before you purchase, and if they don't then you can pop down to Woolworths or Maplins and buy a cheapo box set for £2.99 ;)
     

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