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Re: bnc connectors for VMS
« Reply #15 on: March 31, 2016, 01:29:48 AM »
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Re: bnc connectors for VMS
« Reply #16 on: April 02, 2016, 04:19:57 PM »
BNC connectors are highly shielded, bayonet connectors with constant 50 or 75 ohm impedance for high frequency RF use.
We used to call them "British Naval Connectors", but that is not actually true, the design name is actually "Bayonet Neill–Concelman".

So, radio shops have them.  Commercial, Ham, etc.
The security industry took a liking to them for video, and CCTV vendors also have them.
Old computer dudes will remember them as early Ethernet Base2 connectors.

They are very easy to find new or surplus, and the Mil-Spec surplus variety are excellent.

Keep to 75 or 50 ohm and don't mix them, although they can be mated, you'll get the best fit with the match.

Be sure the cable-end diameter makes sense, as that is the biggest variation in design.

Great, durable connector, much better than phone plugs or phono plugs...
Amphenol and Neutrick are my go-to brands.

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Re: bnc connectors for VMS
« Reply #17 on: April 12, 2016, 09:29:59 PM »
I need a pair of nice BNC>Right Angle Stubby XLR's for my VMS>70d! Right now I have Gold Rat Shack BNC>RCA adapters, with Rat Shack RCA Splitters, RCA>XLR's>70d and the other output from my splitter went to my VMS>M10 backup setup, which I dont have now! So I want to slim down the cabling on the back of my VMS and get some Darktrain Straight BNC>Rt Angle Stubby XLR's, and I would be set!

I also want a pair of Straight XLR's>Rt Angle Stubby XLR's to go from my PFA>70d, so that my PFA's arent so tight in my main bag setup :) And on top of that, I want to redo EVERY 711 Binder plug I have in my gear chains, and switch them to the nicer 712 Binder plugs! :) [7] of them total! But I want to do it with the BADASS, expensive 712 Binder plugs like these, so I NEVER have to replace another 711 Binder plug EVER again ;D I seem to tighten them down too much, and end up ruining them :( But check these badass Binder plugs out! [Sorry slight highjack]

https://www.binder-usa.com/products/partsdetail/89225
https://www.binder-usa.com/products/partsdetail/89229

Or these ones with the Iris Spring! I just need to talk to Nicky about it :)
https://www.binder-usa.com/products/partsdetail/89259
https://www.binder-usa.com/products/partsdetail/89253
« Last Edit: April 12, 2016, 09:32:19 PM by F.O.Bean »
Schoeps MK4's & MK41's ->
Schoeps | NBob 250/05 KCY's ->
Schoeps VMS02IB | Naiant +60v PFA's ->
DarkTrain Right Angle Stubby XLR's ->
Tascam DR-70D's ->
128gb & 64gb SanDisk Extreme Pro SD Cards

FiiO E10K DAC/HP Amp & E11K HP Amp ->
Sony MDR-7506 Cans & SA-VA15 Speakers | Monster iSport Victory Earbuds

http://www.archive.org/bookmarks/diskobean | http://www.archive.org/bookmarks/Bean420 | http://bt.etree.org/mytorrents.php

 

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