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Thanks Gary and David c10a the thoughts It seems like that converter works with RGB component signals so it might only be good for the Betacam. Thanks for the input, Aua. Works like a charm. Welcome to the business world. So maybe you have to open it up to convert the compnanet signal, right now it must be set to Betacam.
Difference between mini-converters by Bob Zelin on Jun 18, at I know there was a thread similar to this recently, but Difference between mini-converters by hperez on Jun 18, at Difference between mini-converters by Bob Zelin on Jun 18, at 2: Return to posts index. They both say they do 10 bit uncompressed. This applies to plenty of other products, and plenty of other mail order companies that sell products on line. Difference between mini-converters by michael d on Jun 18, at 7: Return to posts index.
Yeah, after I posted my last response, I cracked open the convertor. Is there a difference in the image quality? What can you say. Thanks again for responding to my query.
Difference between mini-converters by hperez on Jun 17, at 1: Even the local vendors here, had it that way. I deal with all kinds of parts suppliers that send me catalogs, and they have the prices in the damn catalogs, and I call to order and get much higher prices when I call to place the order.
I suspect that David may be right in that it may only work with a BetaSP component signal. The D10A provides excellent quality component analog to bit serial digital conversion in a small, low cost package. Most Related.
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