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AmazonBasics Component AV Cable for Apple iPhone/iPad/iPod - 6.5 Feet (2 Meters)

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  • Apple 30-pin connector to 5 RCA connector and 1 USB A connector
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Product Description

Apple 30-pin connector to 5 RCA + USB A Cable, Length: 6.5ft/2M

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Technical Details
Brand NameAmazonBasics
Item Weight3.8 ounces
Product Dimensions78.7 x 0.2 x 0.2 inches
Item model numberPRIRFQ304
Number of Items240
  
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ASINB004SBBDB2
Best Sellers Rank #294,821 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5.6 ounces
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Date First AvailableJuly 19, 2011
  
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Dr. Stuart Gitlow VINE VOICE on September 26, 2011
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I tested this cable with a Sony 53" XBR HDTV, an iPad 2, an iPhone 4, and an original iPhone. The cable plugs into the iPad/iPod/iPhone at one end and then into the component video (red/green/blue) inputs as well as the R/L audio inputs on either your TV or your AV processor. With 6.5' of cable, there's plenty of room to bring the cable around to the front of the unit where you can plug in your iPhone when desired.

Play music on your iPod and it will be sent through to your stereo system without any significant audio loss. It actually sounds quite good. That, I expected. What I didn't expect from the iPhone 4 was the quality of video reproduction. Sure, I had shot a few videos with the phone over the past few months. I'd even watched some of them on my laptop monitor. But here, on my HDTV, I got to see just how nice the video quality is from the iPhone 4.

Now, if you open a single photo, it doesn't go through to the video output, but if you play a slideshow, you will get each individual photo and video. You can pause to watch a certain photo for a long period of time. If you open a single video, it will always go through to the video and audio output.

This particular cable is appropriately flexible and it has a USB port so that it can be used for recharging your iUnit if desired, or simply connecting it to your computer. Great cable!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A. Smith on January 29, 2012
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This cable works well for what it is. I think most people have trouble with this cable because there are software interface issues between the iPhone and the output to the cable. I use it for Netflix and viewing slide shows of my pictures. I have not tried to view a video I have taken with my iPhone 4 but I am sure that it will work. The trick with Netflix (and this may apply to other applications) is the sequence in which you connect the cable and Netflix. Sometimes when you connect to cable the Netflix App will not output video or audio, even though it is indicating that it is doing so.... Here is what has worked for me: 1) Connect the cable (properly) to your TV, 2) Open Settings, General and then select the TV Out option (you don't have to select or change anything but make sure you are set to the proper output for your TV, either PAL or NTSC... 3) Press the HOME button on the iPhone. 4) Start Netflix 5) Select the movie you want to watch ...6) watch movie... If it doesn't work the first time then go back (leaving the Netflix App running) into Settings, General, TV out and then hit the Home button on the iPhone and then start the NetFlix App again... Sometimes you have to EXIT the Netflix App to get it to work.... It's kind of a hassle but I think this is a SOFTWARE issue and has nothing to do with the cable itself! Hope that helps!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By E. Moscato VINE VOICE on September 26, 2011
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This is a simple device that transfers some (and only some) functions of your iPod, iPhone or iPad to a larger television screen or bigger, louder speakers. I recommend this item for what it is advertised to do although I will have to play with it a little more to see if the glitches being experienced and described below are a product of this cable or my other electronics. It will display the photos and play the videos stored on Apple devices and streaming video from online services effectively to a larger television screen; however it will not replicate your entire iPod / iPhone / iPad screen.

Getting photo slideshows on my television was very easy. I also easily played several short videos I had filmed with my iPod Touch without any issues and streamed a movie from an online source with no problems. However, when I tried to play some music videos from iTunes the video on my television screen froze up and required me to hit the play button on occasion on my iPod. When I tried to play my music from my iPod via my television speakers, I was also unsuccessful. I tried this with both the component and audio connectors all attached as well as with just the red and white audio connectors but had no luck either way. It is always hard to tell if this is a problem with the player (the iPod), the cable (this product) or the receiver (in this case a 52" television). I will play with it some more and post an update if my results change. Plus, I am interested to see what other users' experiences are. When I could get the intended source to play, both the video and audio exceeded my expectations.

I actually prefer the black color of this item to the white color that comes stock with Apple branded accessories and that is only one advantage.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By PD VINE VOICE on February 14, 2012
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Great concept, no doubt. I was so hoping that I could send my iPad signal to our 32" tv or my 24" monitor, both of which have Component input jacks. I guess I got a defective cable because I got NO signal with the 32" tv, and I only got the red channel on the 24" Dell monitor. I re-checked my connections several times to no avail, and I think I know why its not working (jsyk, I've been doing A/V work and video editing for years, I'm very comfortable with how equipment gets hooked up): the cable that was used between the splitter and each individual RCA connector is so cheap it almost feels like string. There's no way this type of cheap wire could ever last even IF the one I was sent actually worked. If it did work and I was doing a one-time permanent installation and never pulling the plugs out again, it might fly. But the point of this AV cable is for portable use with an iPad, so for that application, I'm afraid it's a major FAIL. The odd thing is, the RCA connectors themselves are GREAT. They have nice fat covers making them sturdy and easy to grab, but the wire is so cheap... what a disappointment. I don't often give one-star ratings but in this case it was a bad choice of materials. Even a working one will fail way too soon. Nice idea, but I wouldn't go with this particular one.
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