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Selby Component Video Cable RGB BP9503

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  • Selby Component Video Cable RGB BP9503

Component Video Cable RGB BP9503

Part Number: BP9503.con
$12.95

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3RCA Cable - Red Green Blue
This is a quality video cable with red green and blue RCA connectors, suitable for transmitting a component video signal. Note that component video uses all three plugs (red green and blue) for a video signal. Audio requires an additional cable.

Features and Benefits
- 24 carat hard gold plated contact
- Performance cables utilizing 99.96% pure OFC.
- Metal bodied plugs with positive finger grip & molded cable strain relief.
- Video cable covered in a soft and flexible matt blue jacket.
- Recommended for digital or analogue signals.
- For home theatre systems, Hi-Fi systems, video / camcorder / TV / VCR / editing suites, DVD, satellite and any application which deserves the absolute best in A/V performance.
- Clean and clear image reproduction.
- Superior video quality.

Get the Best picture from your Source Equipment
Component Video provides a huge picture quality improvement over SVHS and Composite Video. This cable is recommended for use with digital sources such as DVD, Digital Set Top Box, Satellite etc

Component V's RGB Video?
You may have heard two terms used for these cables either RGB Cables or Component Video Cables. This cable can be used for either. Component Video can sometimes be mistaken for RGB (because it’s connectors are also Red Green and Blue). RGB is most commonly found on devices which have SCART connectors.

The two are in fact two separate video formats and are not compatible. This cable will work with both formats but it will not convert one to the other. You just need to make sure that both your source and display equipment are both the same format.

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