ah yes, today's monitors probably wouldn't play well?whyterabbyt wrote: ↑Fri Jul 30, 2021 8:05 amYeah, I mean at the end of the day if its an analogue output its just a voltage, and if that's a voltage that has something changing between 20- and 20-thousand times a second then, that's audio range.vurt wrote: ↑Fri Jul 30, 2021 7:43 ami only ask, because i refer you to handmade electronic music, using my old camera i used to take an out put from the yellow to audio in, and you'd get weird clicky stuff as cars drive past outside (my cam was on the window ledge)
obviously, there was some loss of information for it to convert full colour to click bzzzzt click click click bzzt bzzzzzt.
and it's all electrons i guess
going the other way is (afaik) a bit more complex because what's changing has to happen at fairly precise intervals to make 'sense' as a video signal.
but (also afaik) it used to be a bit easier. these days video displays arent analog, but the actual displays were proper CRTs you were literally sending the voltage direct (to erm, something something maybe magnets maybe deflecting photons coming maybe from the tube something something though maybe making this half-explanation up from stuff i half understand) so it -could- be a lot more forgiving of 'not proper' input.
im not expecting a similar effect across the two, just, it surely must have some effect on the signal?
how different are the circuits in a video mixers fader channels for example?
is there any similarity anywhere?
not that it matters, ill be totally "itb" as the kids say for video