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BetterCables Silver Serpent 26.24ft S-Video Cable

BetterCables Silver Serpent 26.24ft (8 Meter) 4-Pin S-Video Cable

BRAND : Better Cables

Part No : 7008

CONDITION : New

Your Price: $54.95

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  • Award-winning - 2006, 2005, and 2004 Perfect Vision Magazine's Editor's Choice.
  • Risk-free Money-Back Guarantee.
  • Exclusively manufactured to BetterCables exacting specifications. They are not the same as similar looking, lesser cables.
  • Instantly improves your home theater experience.
  • Improves all s-video connections (dvd, satellite, cable, svhs tape).
  • Larger conductors for guaranteed low-loss connections.
S-Video Cable Overview
For the ultimate in S-Video performance, we are proud to offer our Silver Serpent S-Video cable. Our Silver Serpent S-Video Cable offers an outstanding low-loss connection for DVD players, satellite tv receivers, televisions and any device using the standard 4-pin S-Video (S-VHS) connection. This cable delivers excellent color, contrast, picture detail and black levels on both short and long runs.

S-Video Cable Technical Information

  • 75-ohm twin coaxes.
  • Silver-coated conductors.
  • Low 17.3 pF/ft capacitance.
  • Gold-plated, corrosion-resistant, 4-pin s-video connectors.
  • Nitrogen-injected HDPE dielectric insulation.
  • Shielded with combination 100% foil and braided shield to protect against RFI and EMI.

S-video distance is limited by the design of the system. So, to get the maximum out of an s-video connection, you need the highest quality cable, such as this Bettercables’ design. S-video requires two 75 ohm coaxes. Many S-video (S-VHS, Y-C) cables are not 75 ohms. When the impedance is not 75-ohm, there is an impedance mismatch. This impedance mismatch contributes to loss on the cable. This is often referred to as return loss where the signal is reflected or returned to the source instead of the destination. Bettercables’ design guarantees a cable of 75 ohm +/- 5 ohms. In addition, timing between the two internal coaxes (variations of electrical cable length), are better than 5 nanoseconds per 100 ft. This means vanishingly low timing variations for short cables. Compare this to any other S-video design. Do they list timing variations? Do they list the impedance and impedance tolerance of their designs?

Manufacturer:

Better Cables

Part No:

7008

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1 .lbs

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1 .lbs