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6FT 4 in 1 Component Cable for Xbox 360, Wii, PS3 and PS2
4 in 1 Component Cable PS3/PS2/Xbox360/Wii
Fully Compatible with Xbox 360™, Wii™, PS3™ , PS2™ and any TV system with component input. The Final High-Definition Solution for all your Next Generation Gaming Consoles. Avoid the Hassle of switching cables behind your television or dealing with tangled cables from all your Consoles, not to mention the saving from buying 1 cable instead of 3. Support D2 (480i/480P); (720i/720P) & D4 (1080 i/ 1080 P) technology. Actual resolution displayed will be determined by the technology supported by the Console in use.
- 6 feet in length
- Support Component Signal (Stereo Function)
- Support AV Signal (Stereo Function)
- High Quality and High Speed for Transfer Signal.
- Support Dolby Prologic.
- Support Optical Signal (Xbox 360)
- Support DTS 5.1 Channel System. (w/ optical connection)
- Support DOLBY Digital (w/ optical connection)
- Support Stereo Sound
- Compatible with Surround Receiver or Integrated Amplifier
- Support CRT, Plasma, LCD or any HDTV System
- Support 480i/480P, 720i/720P and 1080i/1080P (Actual resolution dependent on the console and television being used)
(*)NOTE: The three AV plugs for each console should NOT be connected to their respective consoles simultaneously. Only one console should be connected for the cable to function properly. If more than one consoles are connected, even if it is set to "off" loss of audio or video may occure, but there will not be any damages done to the console.
PROS: Works good. Good price.
PROS: Great price!
CONS: None that are affecting my use.
PROS: Inexpensive, White, High Quality
PROS: Works as advertised. Made connecting my XBOX 360 and Wii very easy. Used with 3027, 4 Port Component Video Switch w/ IR Learning to an older plasma display. Even worked with my Logitech Harmony remote.
It functions just fine- it's a component cable. Picture is as sharp and clear as you'd expect, considering I was using it for a Wii. It feels quite sturdy, honestly more sturdy than the first party cables. I get the feeling it's going to last me a good long time. Oh, and Xbox 360 owners? It has a switch for SD and HD now, so the other reviewers who had trouble must have had an older version of the cable.
I feel like I must have ripped someone off somewhere, considering the comparable cable I saw in a brick-and-mortar store was $27 and didn't support PS2. 12 bucks including shipping, and I got it on Monday after ordering on Friday.
PROS: Feels much more expensive than it was. Works great on the Wii.
CONS: None so far.
PROS: Sturdy, well-built and it works!
CONS: Nit-picking, but I'd go for gray or black over white.
I have seen alot of users complain that you cannot hookup more then 1 unit at a time despite this being a multi unit cable. Well I would like to debunk that slightly... You can hook this cable up to all your units at once. However you will lose sound if more than 1 unit is powered on (or has power to it even if off). My solution to this was to create a switch system that allows me to allow power to only 1 console at a time. The system only allows 1 switch to be pressed down at a time therefore ensuring that only 1 unit receives power. (much like a tv signal switcher box)
While my tv (a 50 inch crt rear projection) only does SD and does not support ED or HD, I noticed a huge difference in the quality and clarity of the picture. The cable itself was very easy to hookup and install.
I have also seen complaints about there not being any switcher for the SD/HD on the xbox360 plug, now perhaps this has changed recently however mine did have the switch.
Overall I would have to say that this cable is more then excellent in quality for its price tag. I will definitely recommend this cable to friends and family that are looking for one.
PROS: Sturdy construction
Provides excellent picture quality even on just a SD tv over the typical composite connection.
Easy installation, no problems being able to tell the differences between the audio red and the component red signal cables as some users have mentioned. (they are in order for starters, and they are marked differently)
CONS: The only complaint I have about this product is the lack of cable color choices. I personally do not mind the white cable, however I can see how this would be an issue for some buyers.
PROS: Inexpensive and high quality. No Audio or visual signal loss.