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MIDI Wireline Length
By Gerry Bay

If one wants to drive a MIDI instrument from across a large room,
how long a cable can one use before running into problems?


Gerry Bay

 [ Mike Ames says that on one occasion he ran loosely twisted doorbell
 [ wire more than 100 feet.  In his museum he uses external power
 [ amplifier (line driver) and receiver boxes, sold several years ago
 [ as "MIDI Cable Driver" but no longer produced.  -- Robbie

(Message sent Wed 29 Mar 2000, 02:27:17 GMT, from time zone GMT-0500.)

Key Words in Subject:  Length, MIDI, Wireline

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