mantis wrote: »
I was reading and listening to some of the people in the industry and I was informed that Coax design analog cables are the best overall design for sending analog singls. The resistance I always thought was a bit high as I thought it was supposed to be around 45-50 ohms vs true 75 ohms which is what coax designed cables are. I also was told that Twisted pair is not ideal which just about every single pair of analog cables are made out of.
So anyone explore these designs?
Honestly , Blue Jeans cables makes Coax designed cables for analog. I don't see many others , I think Tributaries also used a Coax design, I'll have to cut one of mine open to see if that is true or not. It's been many years since I fooled around with Tributaries cables.
invalid wrote: »
The resistance of a coax cable has nothing to do with the 75ohm characteristic impedance. If you measure the resistance of a coax cable it will not measure 75ohm, these are two separate things.
Clipdat wrote: »
Did you try any from Tributaries?