I’m starting to build a cadet system and wanted to try to create something I could run multiple of my Micca Speck G2 video players, which has composite out, into through multiple Cadet III’s. Is it possible to do this with two of these players without sync problems and if so how?
I’d also be interested in trying to use these to input different color channels to achieve color from component as discussed in this post ( Making a component RGB video input module ) where Lars mentions:
“You would need to modify the secondary units to share the sync signals generated by the first, but you could definitely use 3x Cadet IIIs to get component video (YPbPr and RGsB) into your Cadet rig!”
What modifications would these be and would I need to use a video distribution amplifier/splitter to split the 1 rca input from the media player into 3 before going into the Cadet III’s?
I checked out Reverselandfill’s sync busboard which looked like it could be a solution to some of these sync issues but it appears to have only one or two RCA syncs and I’d be interested in potentially using more than 2 or 3 Cadet III’s simultaneously at some point.
Would using a sync pulse generator be the solution to any of this and if so how?
Please forgive my ignorance as I’m just beginning to dip my toes into analog videosynthesis!