I now use this cable for all analog connections. If I can get a 72dB phono signal at 47k?, cranked to 11, to be almost dead silent (relatively speaking; no phono signal will be absent of hiss at such levels), then this cable is the answer to all analog connection questions. No romance, no magic, zero flash - just a rock solid signal. And for $3.20 a pair. Every "high end" cable manufacturer out there should be shaking in their boots (as well as ashamed, in most cases). Do yourself a favor and try them out. You've got nothing but $3.20 to lose if you don't like them. In the utterly silly audiophile world of cables (it's wire, folks), at some point you have to (you really must) be honest with yourself. Can you actually (really, genuinely) hear a difference? What do you hear? Or in my case, what didn't I hear? Well, in my silly audiophile world all my other interconnects just went up for sale. I've been through dozens and dozens of systems and dozens of dozens of cables over the last 30 years. I'm sure my system will change at least a few more times (here and there), but I'm officially done with "high end" interconnects.
Hooking one end to the yellow video output and the other two cables to the audio output I connected the other ends to the projector. It worked nice for movie night at church but the quality of composite video is not as good as component, VGA, S-video or HDMI.
Great thick cable at a ridiculously low price. Keep it up Monoprice
As always Monoprice is the first place I look to get cables. This cable is thick and durable enough to have one of those $100 names put on it. I used it to hook up digital audio out into an RCA analog converter and it works.