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Re: wrong component output colour on multibridge extreme

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Gene ColburnRe: wrong component output colour on multibridge extreme
by on Jun 8, 2006 at 3:52:56 am

Other possible considerations when dealing with Component Analog, would be how all cables in the path are terminated. All coax in this loop needs to be terminated with .1% tolerance terminations. These can drift or even be manufactured out of tolerance. A very slight (half an ohm difference out of 75 ohm)can add subtle color variations in this path. This implies also that all cables are perfect (no tolerance for poor crimp connectors). Monitors with built in terminations are notorious culprits for screwing up this path.
PS I have to agree with Bob Z... Even Sony BVM $10,000 so called production monitors exhibited an ever so slight green tint using their $2000 calibration probe, and the best of Tektronix test equipment.

Gene Colburn

I love digital, but the universe still seems to be analog.



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