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TVs compatible, from one continent to the next??

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by mm, Jan 8, 2011.

  1. Perhaps it's a language thing. Look it up if you don't understand 'ruled'.
  2. I've already said that.
    Sorry - forgot you were talking about some one horse news studio in the

    The studios I worked in had all the vision FX needed locally in the
    studio. They were production studios.

    The presentation area had their own too if they wished to use such things
    for programme junctions, etc.
  3. Meat Plow

    Meat Plow Guest

    Internet television is the new frontier Mike. My new Samsung
    is internet connected and I suspect that is the new trend. And not just a
    trend but a developing standard.
  4. You produced and directed a live newscast operation and loaded the film

    Change that one horse operation to a one donkey.

    Sorry for thinking every broadcast operation would have VTR in the '70s. I
    can only go by my own experience.
  5. So this means any studio vision mixer and switching systems were also RGB?
  6. Chuck

    Chuck Guest

    Delay line failure was fairly common on certain tube sets in the early
    70s. Both the coil opening and, in other cases, the capacitor to
    ground opening. Chuck
  7. So this device which did all the normal vision mixer duties only handled
    RGB in? Just trying to get clear what you mean.
    On the contrary. You seem to think the way you've experienced things to be
    the only way they were done. And given it seems to have been on a much
    smaller operation than I'm talking about, it's you with your head in the
  8. Chuck

    Chuck Guest

    I think you are right about the manufacture of these parts in Mexico.
    In 1971 RCA had a massive failure of their tube color chassis
    (CTC38?), after a few months operation , of a color band pass coil.
    The symptom was a loss of color sync and the reason for it was
    internal corrosion and the coil was manufactured in Mexico. Chuck
  9. Perhaps I should explain the type of studio I'm used to. Each studio has a
    production gallery, sound control, lighting/vision control and a camera
    set up area. All separate rooms, but adjoining. Master control handles the
    outputs of all the studios and routes that where required.

    What you seem to be calling master sounds more akin to a studio gallery.
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