- From: Stephen <yes@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 04 Feb 2007 16:27:57 GMT
On Sat, 3 Feb 2007 18:58:22 -0500, "Ed Murray - Dillegm"
<edmurray06noSpam@xxxxxxxxxxxx> had a flock of green cheek conures
Does line depravation apply to USB cabling?
In example: Could I theoretically create a 50 foot long or more USB cable?
How about s-video? Same thing?
Here is the scenerio...
Our office is about 35-40 feet from our family room. I would like to setup a
home-theater box in the family room. I can't splurge right now, so I want to
do the next best thing. I am putting a tuner card in our computer soon. I
would like to run audio and video cables from the PC (in the office) to our
TV (in the family room) Also, I have a Microsoft IR remote (designed for
MCE/Vista). The receiver is USB, and has a 6' cable. I would also like to
run a USB cable along with the audio/video cables into the family room (if
this is even possible) We have TV cable into our office, to hook up the
tuner card. Essentially, this would work, as long as the USB cable is
possible. I know this seems like a lot, but I like PVR's and I also enjoy
tinkering. Any suggestions?
For the video get a set of cat5 to video baluns.
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