Murideo Seven G recommended extension cables for latency testing
We have identified and tested 2 cables that will allow you to extend the length of the cables for the visual probe and microphone. These tools are used for latency testing, so having longer cables will help you with hard to reach displays or speakers.
These cables add no extra latency to the audio or the video.
As we find more cables that work we will update this post.
Extend the cable for the microphone
Extend the cable for the visual probe
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