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Are you using a similar adapter to this for the video input and RCA for the audio inputs?
No worries, and no loss of quality. It's just a tiny piece of conductive material that lets you plug an RCA cable into a BNC port. RCA and BNC both use 75 Ohm cables (other than some odd and exotic applications that are hardly worth mentioning), so it's completely indistinguishable.
And if you're not able to find any at a brick and mortar, they're easy to come across online.
Yes, buy some of these. The rca on the back might be "Z," brightness. My main scope is a a BK.
Just plug onto the bnc's, and you're good to go. I bet you have rca-to-rca cables yah?
That's definitely an Anton Bauer Gold Mount battery plate.
The batteries themselves are kinda pricy, you might want to see if you can hire one before you buy just to check if the camera functions.
Or see if you can hunt down the SPS-70 Snap-On power supply. It's basically a dummy battery you can attach to the plate and then plug a regular IEC power lead into.
That will probably be eaisier to find than the specific Ikegami PSU that camera requires for the non-standard 5-pin DC input.
The BNC connectors on the right side under the logo labeled 'video' and 'mon' will give you a composite video signal. 'Video' should be clean, and 'mon' will probably have the EVF overlays on top.
You can use a RCA to BNC adapter to convert the plug into something a little more common.
BNC connectors. You can get BNC to RCA female adapters to connect them to other gear.
RuiLing 10 Pack RCA Female Plug to BNC Male Jack Adapters Coaxial Connector for CCTV Video https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00VUG00FI/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_G4Y8KJM0S1AEFWAF0JAX
Without modding, this monitor is composite only. You can get cheap RCA to BNC adapters on Amazon to convert the video input to standard plugs.
They sell Genesis RGB cables on ebay (not the best quality) that you connect to PVMs or BVMs using RCA to BNC adapters.
I agree with u/kayanel, contact Retrogamingcables via email and see about a custom male BNC to male SCART. ORRRRR use https://www.amazon.com/RuiLing-Female-Adapters-Coaxial-Connector/dp/B00VUG00FI/ four of these, some RCA cables and https://www.ebay.com/itm/Scart-Adapter-Scart-male-to-4x-RCA-female-RGB-Composite/362207446534 (image search the picture I found mine cheaper) but that's not really recommended although it should work.
This, or something like this. Your PVM is expecting Composite, which you have (the yellow plug on a standard SNES cable). You just need that to physically adapt the form factor.
These are handy for audio to scope.
RuiLing 10 Pack RCA Female Plug to BNC Male Jack Adapters Coaxial Connector for CCTV Video https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00VUG00FI/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_i_B73KG8JB1XQ21F0NS6R2
OK! I was concerned you might run into some issues I encountered when trying to connect consumer SPDIF to pro-audio SPDIF, which is the only other place I'd seen a BNC input.
This looks like it would not be affected by that issue. (Audio interfaces being sample-rate-locked in general while consumer hardware is generally designed to switch around as needed and auto-detect.)
You know, I'm pretty sure if you plugged any old RCA SPDIF output into that via an adapter, it would work perfectly fine. This strikes me as audiophile gear using fancy plugs for no reason. It's not like you're trying to go 100 feet with it.
Or to use a BNC cable in between,
And yes I'm aware of the effect of impedance matching on high-speed transmission lines. SPDIF just isn't going to be affected over short runs, and it's a digital signal so you only need to worry about the DAC receiving the signal. So if you have trouble finding something you like with a BNC out, I'm pretty sure this will work with zero difference in quality.
Don't get a 14N5 unless you want to RGB mod it. I'm one of the few who can appreciate it for what it is, but seriously, don't buy an N series PVM unless it's an N2 or N6 or you're handy with a soldering iron.
To answer your question, the funky-looking ports are BNC. To use them, you need RCA to BNC adapter bits. They look like this. The other port you're seeing is S-video, which is a wonderful format on basically anything but a 14N5. It's absolute crap on a 14N5.
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For RGB you’d need a snes RGB cable. These connect directly with the console’s av port to grab the rgb signal. The other end of the cable is either scart or BNC connectors for rgb+L/R. SCART is preferable if you plan to connect multiple systems; there are a lot of scart switcher options.
If you want to simply connect with composite then bnc to rca adapters is all you need.
Thank you! So something like this adapter would work?
Top is S-video, bottom is a composite video signal (same as RCA) but on a "pro" connector.
Just get a pack of these: https://www.amazon.com/RuiLing-Female-Adapters-Coaxial-Connector/dp/B00VUG00FI/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=Bnc+To+Rca+Adapter&qid=1632430721&sr=8-3
Do NOT bother getting S-video to RCA adapters, these typically result in a poor picture quality in my experience
Just need the two outputs? Get an Extron DA2 Rgbhv. It will handle your YPbPr just fine without any noticeable signal lose. $20 or so off ebay. Use some simple rca to bnc adapters and you can use your existing cables.
You can go higher capacity and more specialized, like the one below, but the RGBHV versions are far more common and work just as well.
You need to buy some BNC --> RCA adapters for the composite video....or you could always buy an S-VHS player and connect the video via S-video.