Itâs very rare, when working with an audio surround system or home theater, that you need âjust oneâ RCA cable. At the very least youâre going to need two, and itâs more likely that youâll need three (most commonly one for the composite video and two for the audio, or all three for RGB or YPbPR component video signals).
Look no further â youâve found them, all in one package. This Cmple component video/audio cable has three separate high-quality cables bundled together, all with male RCA connectors (and all gold-plated to ensure maximum signal transference at connection points). Thereâs no need to go searching for whatever RCA cables happened to come packaged in component boxes or are tucked into your closet; they will probably all be different lengths and different qualities anyway, and will look like the mismatched cables that they are. This solution gives you perfectly-matched cables, for identical performance and an impeccable appearance.
Each of the RCA cables is made from fully-shielded, heavy-duty RG-59/U coax, the choice of video and audio professionals for top-notch conductivity and full signal reproduction from end to end. They will minimize any signal interference you might experience with lesser cables, whether itâs from radio frequency (RF) or electromagnetic (EM) sources, while also eliminating problems with crosstalk which can degrade signal transference. The cables are fully molded with a sturdy PVC outer jacket to protect the coax from accidental breaks during installation or use (or from dogs tugging at the cables without your permission). And the 6Â foot length of each cable is an ideal choice for connecting across a room to a video camera or projector, as well as along a long run between a HDTV, DVD player, audio receiver or other component.
Each of the connectors is color coded (red, green and blue to match the worldwide standards for RGB analog component signals), so thereâs never a problem figuring out which plug should go where. And thereâs no issue of âwhatâs associated with whatâ when transferring YPbPr signals, because the connectors are each labeled for luminance (Y) and chrominance (Pr, PB), Itâs as easy as pie (or as easy as pi, if youâre mathematically or scientifically inclined).
This cable is available in several length as well.