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VGA to Component Video Adapter, HD15 Male to 3 x RCA Female (RGB), 1 foot * Not For Computer Use

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Product Details
  • Warranty: Lifetime
  • UPC Number: 846568030888
  • Converts: Converts back and forth between VGA Male Plug and RCA Component Video Female Jacks
  • Connection: VGA Male Plug
  • Connection: RCA Component Video Female Jacks
  • Color: Gray
  • Wire: 28 AWG
  • Shield Type: foil+braid

VGA to Component Video Adapter, HD15 Male to 3 x RCA Female (RGB), 1 foot * Not For Computer Use

This RCA component to VGA cable is ideal for high definition components including HDTV, satellites, and receivers. This cable will not work with a pc or a pc monitor. This cable can be used to connect a cable box to a vga home theater projector.

This cable will not display a picture if used to connect a computer to a TV or any device to a computer monitor. If that is what you are intending to do, please look at our part number 40H1-50200.

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5 / 5 5/5 - January 15, 2013
BJ (Lexington, NC)

I used it to hook up a playstation 2 to a computer monitor. The only catch is that your computer monitor has to accept sync on green RGB signals. All Sony models do that I'm aware of, and many Samsung, Mitsubishi, and NEC monitors do as well. Only works for progressive scan compatible PS2 games. You can also use a program called GS Mode Selector to put most PS2 games into progressive scan, for games that don't have the option in a menu.

5 / 5 5/5 - April 01, 2012
RG (Towson, MD)

Used for HD video camera component out to TV and Projector video in. Worked just fine. No problem.

5 / 5 5/5 - November 12, 2009
JG (Bridgewater, MA)

I bought this to be able to run component input to my video projector. The suggested part in the owner's manual cost over $30 online. This works great at less than $4. Customers should know that the vga item you are using has to be able to accept component input. I believe most computer monitors do not.