What gives better picture RCA or cable?
An RCA cable with composite video is better than standard definition cable. An RCA cable set (3 cables) can also carry a component video signal, which can be Hugh definition up to 1080p. Cable television can also carry a high definition signal if you have a HD cable box or a TV with a digital tuner. For connecting a VCR, an RCA composite video cable will give a better picture than the RF antenna cable.
Yes, but a component or HDMI connection will yield better picture and sound. Read More
The S-Video connector and cable will give you a better picture than coax or a RCA type pin video connector and cable will. Read More
No, you can use the VIDEO cable instead and just let the S-CABLE hang loose but the S-Connector/Cable will give a better picture so use it if you can. Read More
S-video, rca and composite are all methods of transfering video from device to device. RCA uses two contacts, s-video uses 4 or 7 composite uses 6 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/S-Video The S-cable will produce a slightly better picture if the TV is good enough. Read More
1.for video composite cable yellow use rca male to rca male video cable. or component (recommended if tv has this input) 3 pairs of rca male to rca male video called rgb cable. 2. for audio out use pair of rca male to rca male cable. Read More
Component (red-green-blue) 3 wire RCA will always have a superior picture. Read More
Yes, you can as long as you have the coax cable connected to the VCR first and then to your TV. Some TVs have RCA A/V outputs also and you can connect a VCR to them. Even better is to use the RCA A/V connections from the cable box to VCR, VCR to TV. Read More
Composite RCA will be better than a coaxial cable (RG6). The order of quality and maximum resolution from best to worst is: HDMI (including HDMI 1.4 3D) DVI Component Video S-Video Composite Coaxial cable Read More
Composite video runs all of your video through one channel. This is typically a yellow tipped RCA cable - the kind you would hook up a VCR or DVD player with. Component runs three separate video lines that each carry one color, and then they combine in your tv. The colors are typically labeled Y Pr and Pb. To connect that you would need to run three RCA cables, or a triple RCA cable. Component… Read More
Yes, using a proper splitter is better than a Y cord. Read More
a mini (1/8") cable can be a y-cable, particularly if it is used to connect a 1/8" stereo connector (like an iPod) to a RCA stereo cable. The 1/8" stereo plug must split (Y) to the left and right RCA in order to connect in stereo. Read More
All picture in picture and split screen options require a dual tuner set up. If you are running off a cable box or satellite you will need to split the cable and feed it into the separate tuner connections in the back of the set, then the pip will work. Make sure the split is before the cable box or you will just be able to see a smaller version of what is already on… Read More
Typical coax cable uses a different standard than RCA. You will need to use a converter box. Read More
No, a S/PDIF is, by definition, a Sony / Phillips Digital Interconnect Format connector, and is always a digital signal. It is usually connected by an RCA cable, and can be carried by cable specified for analog use, but digital cable is better. Read More
Yes or fifty they would all have the same picture and it would be just like at the Store with a group of TVs with the same picture. You would need to purchase separate connections and a system to split the signal or a splitter To hook up a second set you need the Standard A/V cable for the PS3. The first step is to get the RCA connection split into two for the RED… Read More
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Depending upon the type receiver you have, 3 options are available for connecting the receiver to your TV. With the VIP 211, 211k, 222, 612 receivers, you can use a coax, RCA, component or HDMI cable to connect to your TV; HDMI giving you the highest quality picture if you have HD programming. The VIP 222k, 622, 722, 722k, and 922 receivers allow you to use RCA, component or HDMI cable (K series receivers and… Read More
Red, Blue and Green rca cables are a component video cable. Each cable carries the information that comprises the red, blue and green color information for the picture. The green cable also carries the sync or refresh information for the picture. This cable can carry video with resolutions from 420i (standard analog TV) to 1080i (currently the highest definition broadcast in North America on digital TV). Read More
Will this work for using external speakers with the PS4 PS4Optical Audio Cable Optical Audio to RCA Cable converter RCA Cable with 3.5 mm jack Logitech Speakers with 3.5 mm jack input?
To use analog 3.5 mm jack RCA cables and the PS4 optical audio cable, you will need a DAC; then your Logitech speakers should work. Read More
It depends on what you want to connect to it. RCA - RCA or RCA - SCART or S-Video cable (not used that often any more) Read More
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How do you connect a stereo RCA phono cable from your turntable to a 3.5 mm line in can this even be done?
A 3.5 mm input is a line level signal, and a turntable has a phono level signal. You can connect these, but you will need a phono preamp to go in between the two. An RCA cable plugs into to the preamp from the turntable, and an RCA to 3.5mm cable connects the preamp to the stereo. Read More
Your TVs cable connector broke is there anyway to hook up cable to your tv using rca jacks from the cable box to the tv?
If your TV has rca input jacks for video games, etc. then all you need is to connect to the output rca connection on the cable box and you are good. Just remember that you won't have to tune the TV to get the channels. You will have to use A/V mode all the time to watch your favorite shows. Read More
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Plug the color coded RCA plugs into the same color coded RCA inputs on you HDTV Read More
It's better! The S-video connection is not overrated. It's better than the coax connection and is better than the Yellow-Red-White RCA interface, so if that's what you're using now, you will see an improvement. The S-connector is enough of an improvement that you can see the difference if you have a very good picture on the screen to start with. Read More
With a shielded RCA line cable. Read More
Nipper and Chipper are the mascots of the television corporation RCA. Pictures of them can be found on an image search website. Read More
The PS3 A/V cables must work for you to get a picture and sound. You must also set your TV to receive the signal from the A/V cables by turning the TV to the input that you plugged the cables into. If your TV is set to get the picture from the antenna or cable box you will not get the PS3 picture. Also the A/V cable needs to be plugged into the TVs inputs… Read More
If you have a VGA to RCA cable it probably isn't going to work - what you really need is a VGA to RCA converter - these have an active chip built in that will make this conversion. The only way a conversion would work is if you have a special port on your computer that does output TV out (these are almost unheard of). Read More
If your tv has RCA out, use that. If not, you could use an external digital cable tuner and connect that to your soundbar . Read More
3.5mm strereo to RCA cable. It's basically a "Y" adapter Read More
Cant get sound on HDTV after connecting a laptop via vga cables picture good but no sound how do you get sound?
vga cables only carry video you'll need to get a 1/8" to rca (red/white) cable for sound. Read More
How about a audio cable with two MALE RCA jacks on each end. If both units are not stereo, use a "Y" cord to convert stereo to mono. Read More
When you connect to your RCA plug connection at the back of a TV sometimes you need to set your TV to a different source than the ant or cable that is normally printed by the RCA plugs. They also have to be the inputs and not the outputs Read More
Get an RCA to 3.5mm cable at your local electronic store. Read More
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ahh yes its possible i've been looking all night for a diagram find your lumance wire and your colour wire one wil give you a grey scren one gives you color try both until you find it Read More
For most vehicles, you will need a RCA cable. However, in more modern vehicles, you may be able to use a USB cable. Read More
HDTV is digital, RCA jacks are composite. They're not compatible video formats. You'd need a digital to analog converter. Read More
Truthfully, at best you'd only be able to get a rebuilt and then you'd better be prepared to shell out more than the TV originally cost for the new tube. Better off getting another TV. Read More
Older models may be able to use a coax cable. Newer models require rca connections. Read More
Your ps3 wont play with regular rca cables but will play with the HDMI cable how can you get it to work with the rca cables?
Why would you want to when the RCA cable is only for 480i picture and the HDMI is for HDTV. If your TV can work with the HDMI cables then it is a HDTV and the will not provide the same results with an RCA connection. Anyway the HDMI cable is capable of sync and can adjust the setting and automatically switch your TV to the PS3 when you turn on the PS3 slim model… Read More
I'm assuming the headunit has 2 sets of RCA outs - Front and Rear. If so, then one of your amps will need to have RCA outputs(sometimes called pass through) as well as inputs. Run an RCA cable from the "rear" outputs on the deck, into the inputs of the amp that has outputs. Now run a cable from the outputs on that amp to the inputs on your sub-amp. Read More
Headphone (minijack) cable to a minijack/RCA adapter (radioshack). The RCA end goes into the line in on your YHT system. Read More
Most of the time a VGA to RCA conversion will require an active converter - they are readily available online. Usually they are called PC to TV (verify that the PC to TV you find has VGA on one side and RCA on the other, but this is usually the case). Read More