Our premium heavy-duty composite SatelliteSale video cable provides three RCA connections for composite video, plus left and right channel stereo audio. The cable is made of RG-59/U coaxial cable, which provides maximum signal shielding against EMI and RFI interference. In addition, the molded plugs are color-coded, and the connectors are nickel-plated for smooth, corrosion-free connections.
Connections are made by pushing the cable's plug into the female jack on the device. The signal-carrying pin protrudes from the plug and often comes into contact with the socket before the grounded rings meet, resulting in a loud hum or buzz if the audio components do not share a common ground and are powered while making connections. In addition, continuous noise can occur if the plug partially falls out of the jack, breaking the ground connection but not the signal.
How To Use
RCA cables are color-coded, yellow for composite video, red for the right audio channel, and white for the left channel of stereo audio. This trio (or pair) of jacks can often be found on the back of audio and video equipment. In addition, one or more sets are often found on TV sets to facilitate the connection of camcorders, other portable video sources, and video game consoles. Nearly all connectors, including analog and S/PDIF audio as well as composite and component video, can use identical 75 Ω cables.
Connector consists of three nickel male RCA plugs on each end of the cable, and the wiring is composed of copper for reduced resistance. These solidly constructed cables are economical for hooking up VCRs and DVD players. Other older home theater electronics use RCA jacks for stereo audio and composite video to TVs.
- For DVD players, DVRs, VHS, VCRs, TVs, satellite receivers, and home theater receivers – including mini-dish satellite and Dolby Pro Logic receivers.
- Can connect 1 VCR or camcorder to a second VCR for copying of video tapes.
- Comes in 5 different sizes for your various needs. From 3ft, 6ft, 12ft, 30ft, and 100ft. Well-made shielding with no interference despite length.
- DVD players,
- DVRs, VHS, TV, Audio/Video Receiver,
- Home Theater,
- Audio/Video Device,
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