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JVC IEEE 1394 (i.LINK®) Cable
4-pin to 6-pin (1.8 meters (5 ft., 10-1/2 in.))
Item # 257DV206U | MFR # VCVDV206U
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Our take on the JVC IEEE 1394 (i.LINK®) Cable
IEEE 1394 cables, also known as i.LINK cables, permit high-speed transfer of video, audio, and other information between IEEE 1394-compatible camcorders, computers, HDTV products, and more. This JVC cable features in-line noise filters for accurate, error-free data transmission.
In order to select the right i.LINK cable for your application, be sure to check the pin configuration on the components you want to connect. This cable lets you connect a 4-pin port to a 6-pin port.
Very simple part, works as intended. Not much else to say.
Daniel, Oak Ridge, TN
What's in the Box:
- 6' DV (IEEE1394) cable with a 4-pin DV connector on one end
- a 6-pin DV connector on the other end; and two noise filters (one at either end) in a blister pack.
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Compatibility: This is an i.Link (IEEE1394) cable with a 6-pin connector on one end and a 4-pin connector on the other end. Some computers and capture boards use a 6-pin DV connector, and most consumer camcorders use a 4-pin DV connector. This cord allows you to connect a unit with a 6-pin DV connector to a unit with a 4-pin DV connector. Note that the noise filter (core filters) on either end of the cord reduce noise and should not be removed.
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