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D15HD to 3 x RCA RGB Plugs Video Lead - 1.5m

* ConCord brand

* Gold plated connectors

* For use in Home Cinema

* 1.5m

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I want to use it to connect my Video to TV on my PC. The TV has component so this should work right?

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D15HD to 3 x RCA RGB Plugs Video Lead - 1.5m

* ConCord brand

* Gold plated connectors

* For use in Home Cinema

* 1.5m

productLarge_8301.jpg

I want to use it to connect my Video to TV on my PC. The TV has component so this should work right?

Yes, it should.

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AFAIK those cables are primarily used to run VGA long distances. By seperating the signals you're able to go greater distances. Unless you've got a professional studio monitor you'll probably not be able to use the raw RGB output. The nice thing about the BNC cable is that you could run several high quality coax lines with one of these bad boys on either end and probably get high quality video from one side of a building to another.

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thats for connecting vga to analog TV's correct?  640x480?  or would that also work for connecting a pc to say LCDtv ?

whats the max resolution would could run with that?

I'm just curious, I never saw cables like that when I was connecting my PC to my lcdtv a few months ago.  instead I use a DVI to HDMI cable. 

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Sorta... your tv has to support it. In the back you'll see the normal Yellow RCA ins (YUV). But if your TV supports VGA Analog in its called YPbPr. It's max output is good enough for 1080p, at least from what I've been told. But you tv would have to support it. Watch DL.tv Episode 156 for more info. http://dl.tv/2007/04/episode_156_the_best_inputs_an.php

Other info about component video

http://www.pcmag.com/encyclopedia_term/0,2...;i=55147,00.asp

http://www.pcmag.com/encyclopedia_term/0,2...;i=55163,00.asp

The Five cable BNC connector one that was shown earlier is a RGBHV

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VGA_connector

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