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1.8m VGA to 3 RCA Component Cable for PC Laptop HD TV - £2.15 delivered @ PrePayMania
1.8m VGA to 3 RCA Component Cable for PC Laptop HD TV - £2.15 delivered @ PrePayMania

1.8m VGA to 3 RCA Component Cable for PC Laptop HD TV - £2.15 delivered @ PrePayMania

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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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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?

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.

pet2000;8521683

VGA to VGA connector would provide a better picture. Most LCD tvs have a … 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.

You don't get sound with VGA connection?

useful for video switching through an a/v amp if u want to....

joe6996;8521782

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.

what the quality like?

These are VGA to ]Component and NOT VGA to RCA (]Composite Video).

Get the post title corrected..

kaku_lala;8522607

These are VGA to ]Component and NOT VGA to RCA (]Composite Video).Get the … 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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