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I have 100' of high quality Belkin -E Brilliance Precision low loss serial digital video cable that I would like to use as a compsite video cable. Normally, this would be used as coax cable. It has a solid copper core and appears to be double sheilded. I would like to attach an RCA type plug at each end to use it as my composit video cable to my LCD projector. Most viewing will be done using the S-Video connection but occationally, I may need the composit connection for the VCR. Should I use the Belkin and if so, how should I solder the ends on. Usaually composit cables contain two conductors. One end is connected to the RCA with all of the sheilding trimmed away. On the other end, you combine the black wire to the shielding to ground the cable. How would I connect the Belkin which only has a single core and sheilding? Thanks
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