110 ohm SPDIF cable??

Discussion in 'Converters / Interfaces' started by Yiannis, Jun 5, 2005.

  1. Yiannis

    Yiannis Guest

    Hi guys,
    A simple question here.

    What will happen if I use 110ohm cable for SPDIF instead of the normal 75ohm.

    I am asking that because I have asked for 75ohm spdif cable and they sent to me 110 ohm.

  2. anonymous

    anonymous Guests

    Feb 10, 2001
    :shock: You need to talk to KyroJoe
    He works for NASA, :lol: and will most likely be back here on RO as soon he finishes the new space station design.But, I have no idea, sorry :oops: good question.
  3. HansAm

    HansAm Active Member

    Jun 4, 2005
    Probably nothing dangerouse.
    The SP/DIF signal is a 2v(or was it 0,5v) signal with phase-clock
    So the risk is the signal will all be interpered as 10101010101010101. or just nothing at all. but if the 110ohm does'nt damp the signal to much it will work just fine.
    Thats atleast what i would guess.
  4. Yiannis

    Yiannis Guest

    so there should not be differences in sound quality too!
  5. HansAm

    HansAm Active Member

    Jun 4, 2005
    hehe. Aslong as you have the signal in 0 and 1 and its in sync the will never change ;)
  6. Yiannis

    Yiannis Guest

    how could you test that?
  7. hociman

    hociman Active Member

    May 29, 2005
    Home Page:
    Test Equipment

    With a bitscope.
  8. Yiannis

    Yiannis Guest

    Thanks Jonathan.

    what are you looking for using a bitscope?
    I have Spectrafoo.

    Would you please help me to do the test?

    thank you
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