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    Automotive Grade RCA Cables

    Hello,

    I'll be installing a camera on my rear bumper and I plan on using automotive primary wire to power the camera. The wiring has to be on the outside of the vehicle so I'm using typical automotive split loom for protection. However, I need a wire that can carry a video signal and has the durability and protection similiar to the primary wire. Any suggestions?

    Thanks,
    King_Aero

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    I'm using microphone wire. Should be available at any local pro audio shop.
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    any well shielded rca cable will do ... I don't have any suggestions in brands, there's many options

    all you should rely on the cable to do is keep interferance out. As far as weather proofing it, that should be done with some form of conduit (flex tubing, etc) ...
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