I have a sound question much less question for once. I have a long run of RCA jacked cable to go from the cable box to a TV in monitor mode. I just happen to have a two pair mic cable that's really long from work that would be about useless as DMX cable and isn't constructed the same anyway - the braided shield wire isn't tinned. Leads me to believe it's resistance would be greater than I would want to trust out on the road plus it's two individual pair in a jacket. Anyway, I connected all four wires (two per color for pins 2 & 3) from each of the channels to the center pin on the RCA jack and the shield wire to the shield jack for both sets of wire making it into dual RCA cable. Question is, how good a signal would this give for the TV's video and sound. Wire couldn't have been any larger than 24ga at the best, but it's four of them tied together making it more like 18ga. Brand of cable is Canare Cable #L-4E3-2P What ya think work good, or work okay but give problems, work not at all. Also I have some scrap BNC cable at work for another long run of video. This stuff just comes back from shows with our gear and it's ours because nobody bothers to put thier name on their gear. Anyway I Radio Shacked some BNC to F or normal cable box jack adaptors and am thinking of making like a 100' to 150' run to another TV with it. The BNC cable is 22ga, type CL2X from Gepco. Any thoughts on signal loss or not to worry it's not far enough away. I don't usually do sound or video so this is all kind of sketchy for me.