Noob question about BNC to RCA connection for a CCTV Camera? Answered
I apologize for the noob question. I have searched the internet for a couple hours now and cannot find the answer to my question.
I have a couple CCTV security cameras that have the BNC connection designed for a DVR.
I am curious if since there is only two wires for the BNC connection and two wires for the RCA connection, can I just splice my video cable to hook up a RCA at the end? My goal is just to plug this camera into our TV so we can view live; we don't need to record anything.
I have a couple 100 ft lengths of BNC cable, and as apposed to buying anything, I'd love to use what I have laying around to convert one end myself if it works out to just be a straight connection.
Thanks in advance! :)