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Thread: SquareD / Lexcom... Info needed

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    Default SquareD / Lexcom... Info needed

    Does anyone here know about the SquareD/Lexcom systems?

    I'm purchasing the multi room audio/video system. Basically I can supposedly connect any of my hifi/video equipment to a network point and access it from anywhere there's another netpoint...

    Its relatively new... I'm trying to find out about the following...

    What cables are available for connecting say my hifi, or tv or projector to the RJ45 sockets at each netpoint?

    The only one advertised on the squared site is from rj45 to coaxial... but i'd need to scart or svideo etc for my projector.

    Very confused...

    any help would be appreciated"!

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    Default Re: SquareD / Lexcom... Info needed

    Have you looked at the Abitana Range.
    www.abitana.com
    and www.minitran.co.uk for the UK distributor.

    Vex knows more about the Lexcom/squareD stuff it might be worth sending him a private message. If he doesn't answer your post.

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    Just checking on something, will get an answer to you asap.

    Chris
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    Right,

    The reason there is no adaptors for sharing composite or s-video arround the network is the fact that Lexcom (Europe) want you to push everything around as a UHF signal.

    This is very short sighted in our opinion and it is something that Square D here in the UK is looking to address in the future.

    However it will be quite simple to do a point to point link or even a matrix based switching system as both are available as RJ45 based systems.

    What are you actually trying to achieve and we can give you some pointers.

    Chris
    www.intouchtech.co.uk (trade)
    NOW PART OF INVISION UK, One of the leading home technology distributors to the CI Market.

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