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From: "M.K" <[spam]firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: LMH6643 Video Driver Question
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Date: Fri, 29 Nov 2002 23:12:13 GMT
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When you say "(Putting the audio on top of the video would be very messy.)"
do you mean running the audio on two seperate line other than the video,,
but housed in the same CAT-5 line ?
any idea's how i would x-mit audio & video on a single twisted pair than ?
"John Jardine" wrote in message
> M.K <[spam]email@example.com> wrote in message
> > I am building a CCT similar to the one noted in the below link
> > http://www.national.com/appbriefs/files/AppBrief116.pdf
> > I am useing CAT-5 as the medium and i would like to incorperate an audio
> > signal into this driver. Any Suggestions how i would go about doing such
> > mod?
> > the video only requires 2 conductors out of the cat-5's 8. would
> > up the stereo signal into L + R Channels and transmiting them each work
> > would i get too much distortion?
> > so....
> > 2 wires for video
> > 2 wires for L channel
> > 2 Wires for R channel
> > could i pull off 2 power wires ? or am i pushing it ?
> > i would apprieciate any input from anybody :)
> > thanks
> > Marc
> Marc. Sound perfectly OK using the 6 wires + 2 for power.
> (Putting the audio on top of the video would be very messy.)
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