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Premium 6ft VGA Male to 3-RCA Component Video Male cable

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  • This cable is for Satellite TV, HDTV, Component RGB Video, Y/ Pb /Pr Video and most LCD Projectors.
  • NOTE: Your display system must support component video (Y, Pr, Pb) signal output function in order for the image to display properly. Please consult with your VGA card's user manual for more information.
  • NOTE: Specific TV-out feature on video card is required, please check with your video card output specification for compatibility.
  • NOTE: Specific TV-out feature on video card is required, please check with your video card output specification for compatibility
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Premium 6ft VGA Male to 3-RCA Component Video Male cable + HDE VGA Adapter to TV S-Video RCA Out Cable for PC Video
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Cables4PC
  • Model: 230790

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000SJ2TJ8
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Item model number: 230790
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (203 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 24, 2007

Product Description

This cable is primarily used for connecting video projectors with Component-in capability through its VGA port. It can only function with a VGA port that is either able to receive or transmit Component signals (Y, Pr, Pb). NOTE: Your display system must support component video (Y, Pr, Pb) signal output function in order for the image to display properly. Please consult with your VGA card's user manual for more information. Specific TV-out feature on video card is required, please check with your video card output specification for compatibility.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Nothing wrong with product just not what i wanted.
firas issa
Don't fall into the same trap - This cable does not convert RGB video into a component signal.
Brandon Whitesell
I bought this product to hook up my laptop computer to my TV & it did not work at all.
Scott Richey

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

373 of 379 people found the following review helpful By Alvaro Sanchez on January 31, 2010
Before you buy this cable to hook up your PC with your TV please read the following:

In order for this cable to work, the markings on your TV must be RGB. You will have to look closely to read this or find it in your TV manual. If it is Pr,Y,Pb IT WILL NOT WORK. You will find these markings next to the red, green and blue connectors on the back of your TV. Remember, they must be marked R,G,B.

Regards.
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85 of 87 people found the following review helpful By Joseph W. Knepper on March 5, 2009
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This worked amazing to hook up my projector to my DVD player. Much better picture quality than with the previous S-video cable.

This WILL NOT work to hook up your laptop to a Television. Do not even try.
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61 of 68 people found the following review helpful By Brandon Whitesell on April 22, 2010
Even though all these helpful reviews said "this won't allow you to plug your laptop into your TV," i thought that for sure my situation must be different. Don't fall into the same trap - This cable does not convert RGB video into a component signal.
If you need something for plugging your component into an RGB port in a projector, this is for you. And it's very well made.
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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Cosmo Kramer on September 11, 2011
Ignore ANYONE who buys this cable to connect a computer to a TV and gives it 1-3 stars because it didn't work. Ignore those who wrote "I read the warnings but bought it anyway" and then complained. These people have no clue.

This cable does NOT convert any signal. It is used in situations where the devices are expecting a certain signal. It is not misleading, and there really isn't a need for a manual because it doesn't do anything requiring installation. Does any other cable come with a manual or instructions? "Plug it in."

Case 1: your computer video card can be CONFIGURED to output Component video (various HD resolutions or SD 480p). This is configured in the control panel/pane. Some ATI products had this ability, others required a dongle with dip switches that told the card which signal to send over component (720p, 1080i, etc.). If your card was software configurable, it will tell the video card to do the conversion and send Component video over the proper pins on the VGA connector. A television or projector would then see this as an HD signal and display it. There is also a shareware utility that can hack into some cards to tell them to send the signal out correctly.

Case 2: your monitor or projector can receive component signals over the VGA input port. Again, certain monitors and projectors can do this. It's more common on projectors, but my 42" Panasonic Plasma MONITOR (not TV, MONITOR) can do this. Again, you need to go into the menu of the receiving unit and tell it to look for component signal over the particular input.

Case 3: very rare, but there are a few older projectors and monitors with 3 connector RGB inputs (also known as SYNC on Green). But again, your output device must be able to send sync on green over VGA.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By PPya on February 11, 2008
I have a HD compatible projector and this cable helped me connect my blu-ray to the projector and the picture quality is just great.
I'd recommend this to anyone with a HD compatible projector or tv.
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By John VonMutius on April 1, 2010
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I ordered this cable in the hopes of connecting my laptop to my 50" plasma TV. The cable arrived in good condition, and I believe it's a good-quality cable - it feels strong, but is still very flexible - but it didn't work for me.

In order to use this cable, the device with VGA out must be capable of sending a TV signal, sometimes called an RGB signal or a sync-on-green signal. Because this is a very specific type of signal, it's almost impossible to find out whether or not a certain device is capable of it. Basically, if it's designed for displaying on a TV, it's going to send the right signal, but most laptops have display ports for connecting to monitors, not TVs. For this price, however, it's probably worth buying the cable and testing it in your situation, instead of scouring the web and living in constant uncertainty.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. Haas on January 11, 2008
Excellent conversion cable. Some HD projectors/TVs accept the composite signal via connector that looks like a VGA one from a PC. This allows you to come out of the DVD player or other video source using 3 component plugs and go to the VGA style input on the projector. Works great.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Byron on February 5, 2012
IT IS MADE TO CONNECT ELECTRONICS TO COMPUTER MONITORS FOR EXAMPLE: PLUG THE RGB IN THE ELECTRONIC (E.G. BLU-RAY PLAYER) THEN CONNECT IT TO THE COMPUTER MONITER.
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