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Old 06-02-2011, 09:06 AM
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Nort you ever hear of Digital? Don't ever call me behind the times.
Ha! For this it was much easier to do analog. Digital video stuff hasn't made it to marine yet very much. Even the new Garmin 5208 has analog video input/outputs and VGA output too! Happened to have that mobile DVR sitting in a box at the office for some reason. I'll take pics.......you'll see grasshopper.
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Just busting bro. For that you have to do anal. The digital stuff will not work well with all the movement of the boat becasue the connectors suck so bad. You may want to look into a Matrix switcher however so that you can simplify that a LOT.
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Just busting bro. For that you have to do anal. The digital stuff will not work well with all the movement of the boat becasue the connectors suck so bad. You may want to look into a Matrix switcher however so that you can simplify that a LOT.

I thought about doing a matrix but remote control of it was the problem, and as you probably know......this started out way simpler and experienced the "hey, we have an extra output here.....so why not do.....". The relays are cool because we make them, and are easy to control remotely and are rugged.
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Ah so a tax write off....

I can hook ya up with a sweet crestron set up. Water proof remotes and everything...... Hell for you I will even let ya control with with your fruit pad, fruit phone, fruit of your choice.
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Ah so a tax write off....

I can hook ya up with a sweet crestron set up. Water proof remotes and everything...... Hell for you I will even let ya control with with your fruit pad, fruit phone, fruit of your choice.
Not a tax write off......."test/demo equipment".

I will take you up on that offer........on the next boat, not this one.
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