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  1. To facilitate fast moving multi camera TV Shows that exist today I have improved upon Trew Audio's video Asist Kit. This Video Balun System allows me to transport 4 channels of composite video over 1 CAT-5e cable. My improvements enclose it inside a die-cast aluminum box and mount an EtherCON connector to once side and the BNCs to the other. The EtherCON cable is tougher than XLR due to its multi strand nature inside a tough jacket. This will allow a mixer to see 4 separate camera feeds at his cart from far away with only a single cat-5 run. Posted in order of production; sort of a step by step. Drill Holes
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