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- High quality analog video cable. Gold-plated connectors.
- Length: 1.8 meters / 6 feet. NOTE: Your display system must support component video (Y, Pr, Pb) signal output function in order for the image to display properly.
- Great for home theater with DVD & Blu-ray players and HDTV-ready equipment.
- Please note: a separate cable will be required for audio signal. Specific TV-out feature on video card is required, please check with your video card output specification for compatibility
- This is not for connecting a VGA port on your computer to a component input on your television.
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High quality analog video cable. Gold-plated connectors. Length: 1.8 meters / 6 feet. NOTE: Your display system must support component video (Y, Pr, Pb) signal output function in order for the image to display properly. Great for home theater with DVD & Blu-ray players and HDTV-ready equipment. Please note: a separate cable will be required for audio signal. Specific TV-out feature on video card is required, please check with your video card output specification for compatibility This is not for connecting a VGA port on your computer to a component input on your television.
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I was worried about weather this cable was gonna work. In my case it worked fine...
I have a Sony 32in LCD TV that has one RGB INPUT, one composite, and several HDMI.
And My DVR (RePlayTV) has RGB OUTPUT. It supports both types of Video RGB that is possible (and composite). I chose the YPbPr_ANSI video specify type.
If you having troubles, check the type of video your trying to connect to, they are all different and are-not-compatible with each other (in order of quality):
You should Google the first word, and what you looking for...
-- HDMI. (HD TV: 720p, 1080p etc), had audio, video, data, remote control, and more. Its USB-looking, instead of the RCA round cables connectors.
-- DVI. Digital Video. Usually is a White Computer cable there are different type. NO AUDIO is carried at all. You will need a Red and White RCA cable the sound.
-- RGB. YPbPr and RGB, AKA Component video. This is the kind that has 3 cables that are, Red, Green, and Blue. NO AUDIO is carried at all. You will need a Red and White RCA cable the sound.
-- Video cable. See RGB. Usually is a Blue Computer Cable. NO AUDIO is carried at all. You will need a Red and White RCA cable the sound.
-- S-Video. Separates the video signals for better picture quality. NO AUDIO is carried at all. You will need a Red and White RCA cable the sound.
-- Composite Video. Has just one cable. It usually yellow. Some times is mistaken with RGB, because its usually combined with two other cables, a RED and a White, for the Right and left audio channels. You will need a Red and White RCA cable the sound, if you have the single yellow RCA connector...
BTW. They make a box called an Upscalier, that will take Component, composite or S-Video and Audio in, and turn it into HDMI. Careful, to look for what you have, to what it converts, often the search engines will provide the OPPOSITE of what your looking for...
This IS NOT for those of you who wish to connect the old school Yellow Red and White rca cables. The yellow is the video and the red and white are left and right for your audio. THIS IS NOT THE SAME AS RGB, AUDIO DOES NOT COME OUT OF YOUR COMPUTER VGA PLUS YOU MAY DAMAGE ONE OR BOTH OF THE DEVICES IF YOU TRY TO USE THE INCORRECT CABLES.
RGB is SPECIFICALLY for HD, being that each cable is an individual video output which allows for a better picture quality.
A SEPARATE cable is necessary in order for you to transmit audio from your computer to your tv.
To clarify, as my heading says, I DID NOT TRY TO CONNECT A COMPUTER TO A TV OR PROJECTOR. I tried to connect a DVD player with component outputs to a television with VGA input. The result was that only the green signal made it to the TV; none of the other color signals were there (pulling the other plugs out didn't even have an effect). I checked the outputs with other equipment and all was fine. This cord was the only thing wrong.
Some folks are posting that you need a special kind of component output for this to work. If so, the specs should specify. Perhaps this is an issue with standards across hardware, but the onus would should be on the seller to make it clear what the customer is purchasing and with what it will or will not work.
This cable did work beautifully when connecting my PlayStation 2 to my projector. The quality was just as good as my TV. Just plug it in without changing any settings. Too bad I don't have many games for the PS2.