Python Component Video cable with Audio - 3 FT
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Python Component Video cable with Audio - 3 FT

Part no. 25-215-003

Save space by using one cable to connect component video and stereo audio

 
(6 reviews)
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The Component video with audio cables provide a high definition audio and video connection between devices, such as a DVD player, Blu-Ray, satellite receiver, cable box, and more. This cable includes five separate color-coded 24K gold plated connectors to ensure proper installation. The cables are made from flexible RG59 coax cable. Internally this cable is protected from EMI and RFI interference by a 95% copper braid and 100% aluminum foil shield. The component audio video cables are capable of resolutions of up to 1080P. Python component video with audio cables will give you the picture quality you want at a budget price.

Features:

  • Length: 3 Ft
  • 24K Gold plated RCA connectors
  • Audio and Video
  • Rubberized flexible jacket
  • Fully Molded
  • Red, Green, Blue Video
  • Red and White audio cables
  • Color Coded
  • Dual Shield
  • Up to 1080P resolution
  • Support all component video signal formats
Features & Specs
Connector side A Connectors on this cable?? Five RCA Male
Connector side A Connectors on this cable? Five RCA Male
Length The Length of the cable? 3ft
Use The use for this cable?? Audio and Video
Color The color of the cable? Ivory
Shielding The type of shielding?? Fully shielded
REVIEW SUMMARY for Python Component Video cable with Audio - 3 FT
 
4.8 (based on 6 reviews)
  • Great service

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    From:

    4/18/2014    #7194

  • Love my Cables

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    From: Snellville,Georgia

    2/24/2014    #2161

    PROS: Easy to use, Better Clarity .
    CONS: My mistake I ordered too short.
    I am happy I ordered these cables. The only thing I did wrong, was that I ordered them a little bit too short. I should have ordered in a longer length, but it's working! My TV shows so much clearer in HD, than it did before. I was specifically getting them for my DVD, but it came out better than expected. Thanks!
  • Cable purchase

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    2/2/2014    #7188

    PROS: Excellent!
    CONS: On time delivery, no problems. Web site a problem.
    I was unable to order from the website, tried several computers, different browsers. Finally, ordered by phone thru a helpful sales person. Otherwise, everything went well. My cables were about $40. Equivalent at Best Buy almost $300!
  • Great product at A Great PRICE

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    From: Chicago,ILLINOI

    3/17/2013    #7182

    I bought these cables because my HDMI input on my bluray player took a dump and the length was perfect and the connectors are very well made over all these are well worth the money at triple the cost. No down side at all.
  • Best Bang for the Buck !

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    From: Orange County,

    4/26/2012    #236

    Great cable. Video and Audio look and sound great. Durable, flexable jacket with option to peel each cable if need be. Gold plated ends and discreet identifiers are a definite plus!!
  • great quality

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    From: chesterfield, m

    3/28/2012    #7176

    very good product!!!
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Q: What are RCA connectors commonly used for?

A: RCA cables have a variety of uses. Mainly they are used for audio and video on anything from home theater applications to cameras.

Q: I see RCA's defined as composite and component. What is the difference?

A: While RCA connectors all look the same the cables they are attached to make the different. Composite is for single video and can also be used for audio. Component uses 3 different RCA connectors for video. Component video signals are far superior to composite video signal types.

Q: What does RGB stand for?

A: RGB literally stands for Red Green Blue. It is used as an interface to connect analog audio and video signals to different devices like cameras, televisions, computers, and many more.

Q: What does plenum rated mean?

A: Plenum (CMP) is a rating that is given to cables that have passed a stringent burn test and are able to be run through plenum air spaces. Plenum air spaces include drop ceilings and non-ducted HVAC air returns.


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