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    It sounds like the general consus is using composite video with amplification for my long runs. We are currenly using this solution to run to our projector and it seems to be very clean. We are using a long run s-video cable on one of our camera and have some quality issues. My next question is this - Should we replace the s-video with composite or use s-video over cat 5 using bluns? This is advertised as a very good solution but I cant find anyone doing it. Is s-video going to be that much better than composite that I should even risk the time and expense to try it?

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    s-video baluns

    Any experience with video baluns?

    The link to a s-video balun with two audio signals from Black Box is listed below:
    http://catalog.blackbox.com/BlackBox...al+Audio+Balun

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    Use with S-Video equipment, such as DVD players, VCRs, satellite receivers, laptops, LCD projectors, plasma screens, and more.
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