1.8m VGA to 3 RCA Component Cable for PC Laptop HD TV - £2.15 delivered @ PrePayMania - HotUKDeals
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This 1.8m VGA to 3 RCA Component Cable enables you to connect a VGA / SVGA connection to a 3 RCA component connection. Can work in either direction : VGA to RCA and RCA to VGA. It is Compatible with laptops and desktops containing VGA cards that have a TV-Out function capability. The VGA connector can display PC images to high-definition Analog Video equipment like a HDTV, Component RGB Video, LCD Projectors, Satellite TV and Y/Pb/Pr Video etc. Ideal for playing PC games on a TV and recording PC images by Video recorder.
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#1
I'm no expert on video but I'd double-check that this is suitable for your needs before diving in.

SVGA outputs include R, G & B signals but I think the average component connections on TVs are for YPbPr (Y = brightness, Pb = Blue - Y & Pr = Red - Y).

So to my mind the uses for this cable are pretty specific, unless TVs have started shipping with RGB RCA connections these days?
#2
VGA to VGA connector would provide a better picture. Most LCD tvs have a VGA input and if your's does, better buy one of those. I have my netbook connected to my 32" LCD with a 5m VGA cable and I get a brilliant picture for both, movies and ordinary office/photoshop work.
#3
pet2000
VGA to VGA connector would provide a better picture. Most LCD tvs have a VGA input and if your's does, better buy one of those. I have my netbook connected to my 32" LCD with a 5m VGA cable and I get a brilliant picture for both, movies and ordinary office/photoshop work.


I agree that you'd be safer with a straight 15pin D-sub cable, but not sure why the quality would be better if the TV also had RCA RGB inputs? It may not be any better or worse, but I don't see it being an advantage. Anyway, YMMV I guess.
#4
You don't get sound with VGA connection?
#5
useful for video switching through an a/v amp if u want to....
#6
joe6996
You don't get sound with VGA connection?


Ok then add a 3.5mm to 3.5mm jack as well as a vga to vga, every laptop has a 3.5mm headphone socket, and HD tvs is they have vga in have a 3.5mm jack in.
#7
what the quality like?
#8
this will be good for connecting a ps2 or wii to a http://www.richersounds.com/product/lcd-tv/hitachi/ut32mh70/hita-ut32mh70 your just need inbetweener connectors (RCA adapters) http://www.aerpro.com.au/product_pics/AP622.jpg I belive it may work?
#10
These are VGA to Component and NOT VGA to RCA (Composite Video).

Get the post title corrected..
#11
kaku_lala
These are VGA to Component and NOT VGA to RCA (Composite Video).

Get the post title corrected..


He stated RCA component unless he already edited. I'm not sure that this will work though? I have an component to VGA cable, I seem to remember there are issues due to the low sync rate and there was a requirement of sync on green support (although this was for component to vga)

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