[CS-FSLUG] Closed circuit TV

Josiah Ritchie josiah at ritchietribe.net
Fri Apr 24 08:48:38 CDT 2009

On Thu, Apr 23, 2009 at 11:14 PM, Frank Bax <fbax at sympatico.ca> wrote:

> Robert Wohlfarth wrote:
>> Does anyone have experience with transmitting worship services over closed
>> circuit TV? What type of equipment do we need? What problems did you
>> encounter? Any advice?
> Nothing fancy.  Get same cable you would use for cable-tv or antennae.
> VCR probably has this connection in and out.
> TV often has this type of input connection.
> Feed video camera into VCR; then feed VCR to TV.
> We were feeding service to nursery in a previous building (maybe we still
> do).
> We used sound from sound system, not from camera; but I'm not sure how that
> part is done.  No problems with this system that I recall.

If you're doing RCA from the camera to the VCR, then your audio and video
are separate. Video is the yellow cable. You'll have a mono or stereo output
from your soundboard that is probably already used to pipe audio into a
computer for recording. Just split that to the red and white cables for
audio. Then you can output for the coax cable on the VCR to the TV. Distance
could be an issue. You may need a signal booster to push the video signal
past a certain distance.


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