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  Reply # 1072746 23-Jun-2014 16:30
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memske:

Screw on connectors can't be used outdoors tho correct? So only use them on this side of things?



They can if you buy the waterproof rubber boots to cover them. I got some a long time ago from Dick Smith.



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  Reply # 1076065 28-Jun-2014 15:00
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Thanks a lot everyone for your help and insight! After doing all that it seems it's finally in working order, without the amp.

Currently at:

33 - SQ: 10 - SS: 9
35 - SQ: 10 - SS: 7-8
37 - SQ: 10 - SS: 7-8


Still a bit touchy if I touch the cord from the wall socket(new f-con on both sides) to the TV or XW390 but that could just be because of my had laying around screw on PAL connector ;p

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1076072 28-Jun-2014 15:16
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memske: Thanks a lot everyone for your help and insight! After doing all that it seems it's finally in working order, without the amp.

Currently at:

33 - SQ: 10 - SS: 9
35 - SQ: 10 - SS: 7-8
37 - SQ: 10 - SS: 7-8


Still a bit touchy if I touch the cord from the wall socket(new f-con on both sides) to the TV or XW390 but that could just be because of my had laying around screw on PAL connector ;p

One of these might help.
http://www.jaycar.co.nz/productView.asp?ID=WV7385&form=CAT2&SUBCATID=1013#4


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