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Hello, I am trying to increase my video business and have decided to concentrate on duplication and replication of video tapes, cd’s, and dvd’s. My question is this: Do I need an a/v distribution amp to distribute signals to each of probably 4 or 5 s-vhs decks from a master s-vhs deck? I have had equal answers on both sides from semi-pros…but I am wondering if the signal will really be better with an amp rather than just daisy chaining my decks. Thanks.
On a short run of less than 12 feet the answer is no.
actualy you do want an amp for any dup setup. unless your going one to one you want to use a distro amp. never go in and out from unit to unit. for the strongest and best video output. markertek is a good sourse, also check them out for a rack mount remont that allows you cotrole all six VCRs at the same time.