Which three types of connectors are commonly associated with Cisco's V35 serial cables?
Winchester 15 pin
RCA connectors for automobiles... Advantages Cheap cables and connectors Reliable if not connected/disconnected a lot Vibration resistant Commonly available Small and discreet Disadvantages Not designed for many connect/disconnect cycles Unbalanced signal isn't as noise-canceling as balanced wiring Fragile connectors, especially disconnected male plugs Not the easiest connectors to attach to cables (not the most difficult either) Not safe for hot disconnect (the ground may detach before the hot lead). Even gold-plated RCA connectors aren't as…
The connectors aren't gold - they're gold plated, and microscopically so. If you could melt all the gold off of the connectors in a standard set of Monster Cables, by weight, it would be worth about a buck - buck and a half. If that. When I say the amount of gold is microscopic, I mean it's microscopic.
Can you run Ethernet cable and coaxial cable in the same hole and outlet cause in a book it said not to use the same hole?
You should not run communications cables with power cables. That causes interference on the data cables. Coax/video and Ethernet should not interfere with each other at all, and you can commonly buy wall face plates that have connectors for both data and video. You do want to make sure that there is enough room in the holes for both cables to move freely without snagging or binding.
Audio connectors and video connectors are electrical connectors for carrying audio signal and video signal, of either analog or digital format. Analog A/V connectors often use Shielded cable to inhibit radio frequency interference (RFI) and noise. They use connectors such as SPEAKON, XLR, TRS and RCA.
Can you plug in more than two devices on one IDE plug If not then why would you have an IDE cable with 5 connectors?
Aduio cord from laptop to tv wont work because your tv on the PC thing is only one hole and the cord has two plug things?
PC audio outputs use a 1/8" jack (3.5mm jack). Most audio connectors in domestic equipment use RCA jacks (known as phono connectors in Europe). 1/8" jack to RCA cables are commonly available from most electronics stores. The cable will have two RCA connectors at one end and one 1/8" jack at the other.
Assuming you are talking about coaxial patch cables with RCA connectors, the answer is no--there is no detectable difference. (There are many people who will disagree with that, but they tend to be either people who sell overpriced cables for a living or people who refuse to admit--or even consider--that they might have paid too much for cables).
Always use co-ax connectors if you possibly can. Co-ax is manufactured to have certain electrical charactersitics and the connectors are designed to retain those characteristics thought the length of the connection. Ideally, BNC connectors should be the first choice but there are several others that can be used. Most co-ax connectors need specialist tools to make off, but there are some screw on BNC connectors available that can be used without the specialist crimping tools…