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MDIN7 to 3-RCA Component Cable for Infocus Projector
This component (YPbPr) cable is intended for use with InFocus projectors that use a 7-pin Mini connector for component video signals. Supported models include the InFocus LP500, LP530, X1, and SP-4800, as well as the ASK-Proxima C109. The cable features a male MDIN7 connector, which resembles an S-Video connector, on one end and three color-coded female RCA jacks on the other end, each with molded connector housings and strain relief boots. The connectors and pins are gold plated to ensure smooth, corrosion-free connections.
Note that this cable is only compatible with 480i signals. Progressive signals are not supported.
This is NOT an S-Video cable. S-Video uses a 4-pin Mini DIN, while this uses a 7-pin Mini DIN connector designed for use with InFocus projectors.
PROS: Great quality, price, and fast shipping.
CONS: Does not work with normal S-video connections
This WILL NOT WORK on your regular s video for televisions. Ive since, read about a lot of people who buy this product hoping it will do that. Its probably why e-bay is flooded with them.
Shame on me for not counting the pins, shame on tech support for not catching it when I was asking about the product. At least Im only out $3.00
PROS: Great fast transaction and shipping, great price.
PROS: Quality build, seems to work great.
CONS: none that I can think of!
The description should be more clear about this.
It would be nice if a 4 pin S-video to component cable was made but the all appear to be a 7 pin cable which won't work for standard components such as my fathers old standard def directTV box...
PROS: It might work with the camcorder but that isn't what I wanted....
CONS: This is not the cable that I thought it was... It was therefore a waste of money.
I would have expected a simple conversion between Svideo to component because the component is really just one more splitting of the colors but unfortunately it doesn't exist.
I think standard def is basically dead anyway and most AV receivers can do the job of uprading everything to HDMI these days. My father just doesn't happen to have one.