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  1. Hi.

    We have a video camera (Composite SD, 700TVL) mounted on a diver. The signal is transferred via coax.
    How can we connect it to a monitor and keep the best quality?

    As of today it is connected via RCA (yellow plug). The RCA is spliced with the coax.

    Question is ;
    Will the image improve by using BNC connector, or rather, is there any loss in quality by using RCA ?
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  2. Originally Posted by uvwid View Post
    Will the image improve by using BNC connector
    No.
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    Originally Posted by jagabo View Post
    Originally Posted by uvwid View Post
    Will the image improve by using BNC connector
    No.
    While BNC connectors are superior to RCA, jagabo is still quite right here. Magic cables are snake oil, and just unplugging and replugging an RCA connector will solve any connection issues there may be there.
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