Ideally, for 15KHz the cable used must be of a high standard, resulting in no noticeable degradation in
total picture quality and no distortion, the output must be 0.7volts P - P (peak to peak).
As a rule of thumb, any long length of video RGB cable must be fully individually shielded so that each
of the 5 signals will not interfere as "cross-talk" to the others.
There are two distinct versions available, the "pictured above" version is the very popular 23 Way AMIGA
Compatible type with 23 way Female input to 23 way Male output., the Video crisper's.
The +5V Power is derived from pin 23 of the AMIGA's 5 Volt rail the 23 way "D" connector, The IBM ®
Compatible (which differs) is described below. IBM compatibles do not have a power out via their 9 pin
or 15 pin video port.