In Reply to: So you didn't mount it? posted by Batman on February 7, 2017 at 12:03:40:
Just replaced the RCA with the BNC, and soldered the existing wires to the pins.
One thing though, compare the current hole diameters of the RCA and the hole diameter requirement for the BNC. It's been a long time since I've replaced jacks of any sort, and I do recall having to widen the hole in some cases, be it BNC's or RCA's.
The BNC dimensions can be found on the net, usually from wherever you purchase.
If you do need to widen. Sometimes you can just use a round file, or you might need to use a tapered drill bit. Don't want to make it sound over complicated. Just that if you do need to widen the hole. Once it's done, it's done. No going back.
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Topic - Adding BNC Jack to CD Transport - Batman 05:37:29 02/05/17 (13)
- RE: Adding BNC Jack to CD Transport - Duster 19:51:13 02/09/17 (0)
- RE: Adding BNC Jack to CD Transport - DrN 10:42:56 02/07/17 (0)
- RE: Adding BNC Jack to CD Transport - lokie 05:30:37 02/07/17 (5)
- RE: Adding BNC Jack to CD Transport - Jonesy 09:24:19 02/07/17 (4)
- (Update) RE: Adding BNC Jack to CD Transport - Jonesy 12:26:24 02/06/17 (0)
- RE: Adding BNC Jack to CD Transport - Jonesy 11:36:48 02/06/17 (0)
- Yes, it's certainly possible - 1973shovel 06:26:36 02/06/17 (0)
- I would think it easier to make a BNC to RCA cable. nt - 3+4=5 07:19:29 02/05/17 (1)
- Already Did that - Batman 07:43:24 02/05/17 (0)
- Nope. No mounting to PCB. - Jonesy 13:15:55 02/07/17 (1)
- Oh - Batman 14:25:36 02/07/17 (0)