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Matt Keltner

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Hello, I have a question about the performing the ultimate splice. I am wondering if I can take an RCA signal off of a security camera splice it into a ethernet cord, plug the ethernet cord into a non internet Netgear router, then using a HDMI wifi dongle on my TV be able to see my security camera image
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simple answer is no you can't.

 

but you could do what you require by using something like this av sender receiver (not a product recommendation and just an example of what would get the video signal to the tv.). :- https://www.amazon.c...eo sender&psc=1

 

the sender would be connected to the rca connections of your camera and the receiver would be connected to your tv.

 

:popcorn:


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Thanks for replying Terry I didn't think I could but it was one of those things is worth asking you never know in this day and age when all the sudden everything is compatible thanks again
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