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6ft 22AWG 5-RCA Component Video/Audio Coaxial Cable (RG-59/U) - Black
Component video, also known as YPbPr, produces the highest quality analog video. This cable includes conductors for each of the three video channels (Red, Green, Blue) as well as the two stereo audio channels (Red and White) and is ideal for connecting the analog output of DVD players and VCRs to the corresponding inputs on your TV.
The video conductors in this cable are made from RG-59 coaxial cable, with 22AWG cores and shielding to prevent EMI and RFI interference from disturbing your video signal. The audio lines utilize 27AWG stranded conductors. The connectors are gold plated to ensure smooth, corrosion-free connections.
- 3 RCA Video (Y, Pr, Pb) + 2 RCA Audio (Stereo L/R) Connectors
- Color Coded, Gold Plated, Molded Connectors
- Heavy-Duty, Triple Shielded RG-59/u Coax Cable
- Supports both Y, Pr, Pb and Y, Cr, Cb Color Space Component Signals
- Stranded 22AWG (17/0.16) Center Conductor
- Super Shielding Aluminum Foil +96/0.12 Braid Return
- 28AWG braided cabling.
Other than that, the cables are great and the price is even better!
Flexibility of cable
CONS: Stereo audio cables are on opposite sides of the video cables
The 2-audio parts of the cable straddle the 3-video part in the middle. The 2 audio plugs should be paired next to each other.....Not a major, big thing, just seperate the cables way down if the cables seem to stiff!
Otherwise it works great, clear crisp picture and great audio. And of course a fantastic price. :)
Whats not to like? Well, the insulation is so thick and stiff that on the back of one of my TVs the video cables are so thick and stiff that they wont bend enough to plug in the audio cables. So when you plug in the audio, it starts pulling out the video plug.
I think for some applications this will be fine, but on the back of my TV, the cables need to be more flexible.
PROS: Good video quality
CONS: Cables very rigid and thick.
Audio wires are too short.
I had assumed that all component video cables would have this problem, but around the same time I also bought an 8-foot component video cable elsewhere, and its connectors not only stay put, but the cable is actually pretty flexible despite the fact that it also is an RG-59 cable.