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Discussion in 'Do It Yourself (Not Computer-Related)' started by DeadTeCh, Apr 9, 2008.

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  1. DeadTeCh

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    I have a HD Camera from canon. It's connects to the HD Tv from the Camera's "component output" and then it changes into 3 cables for HD and it connects to the TV. My father wants to view on the TV a different room. I need to find out what kind of Cable to buy to extend it to the TV. I searched on Amazon "HD AV Cable" I just got Xbox 360,PS2, Wii Cables,etc. I need just the plain cable that can extend the cable from the Camera To the Tv.

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    Is there anyway to go wireless. I"m not sure what we are capable of these days. Just wondering.
     
  2. RoBe

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    why not just move the camera into the other room ?
     
  3. DeadTeCh

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    Okay, so we have a musical rooom, with a classcal band. No other people can be sitting in the same room to crowded. So the camera will be in the other room, The Huge TV we have will be in the Living Room. That's why I need the extra long wire. YOu know how some dad's are, they want it there way. So help would be good.
     
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    Are these three cables for audio and video, or just the video component?
     
  5. DeadTeCh

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    Well for HD u have the audio cable and HD Video cables, correct? Audio: RED and White
    Video: Blue,Green, and REd
    I need to extend all those wires
    Thanks for the help
     
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    The 25ft cables are perfect! Thanks a lot,
    The extender (female), do the work with HD cables, and Audio.
     
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    make sure that the run isnt too long or your video will suck.
     
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    Or you could use a Video/Audio 2.5GHZ sender unit
     
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    I've seen 2.5 GHz Sender/Receiver sets for surveillances applications using standard definition NTSC/PAL video. Have you found any that run HD quality signals?
     
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    Thanks, my dad's thinking about using the extra money to make it wireless,
    It could become a really cool project for me
     
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