[time-nuts] Distribution amps for Thub=nderbolt and David partridges divider box?

Dave M dgminala at mediacombb.net
Sun May 19 14:12:51 EDT 2013

> From: Chris Wilson <chris at chriswilson.tv>
> To: time-nuts at febo.com
> Subject: Re: [time-nuts] Distribution amps for Thub=nderbolt and David
> partridges divider box?
>> Hi again, Chris;
>> The HV at the end of the model number indicates that the unit is
>> capable of
>> handling high voltage (up to 5V - TTL level) on the sync channel.
>> The
>> 0.7/1.0 Volt switch is to provide a bit of extra gain for long cable
>> runs.
>> Aside from the HV difference, the unit appears to be very close to
>> the ADA 3-80 in capabilities.  It looks quite well suited for a DA.
>> It has more
>> channels than the ADA 3-80; a big plus.  The HV option is not a
>> detriment...
>> the sync channel can be used for TTL level signals., whereas the
>> normal
>> channels are for low-level signals (0.3 - 1.5 VPP).
>>  Just curious, how much is this unit being offered to you for?
>> Cheers,
>> Dave M
> 19/05/2013 17:27
> Hi Dave, I saw them on Ebay after a friend sent me the link. They are
> here in the UK, whereas all the ADA 3-80's I have found have been in
> the USA with associated high postage costs. Should I snap one up?
> http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Extron-ADA-6-300MX-HV-HDTV-RGBHV-1-x-6-Analog-Video-Distribution-Amplifier-DA-/200906840539?pt=UK_Sound_Vision_Other&hash=item2ec6fb19db
> Thanks Dave and Charles for the replies!
Yes... .Jump on it!
Seems to be a good price for it.  If I needed a DA, I'd buy it in an 

Dave M 

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