A nice, but too short cord that gives a green and white picture,
As is: It's too short to comfortably hook up to a DVD player. Also, the green plug component RCA connection gives a computer monitor a green and white picture instead of a balanced normal color picture when all three component plugs (red, green, blue) are hooked up to a DVD player. Seems a sync filter maybe needed for the green plug.
I didn't quite realize how short this cable was. I think we assumed the 6-inches would be for the actual cable length and not from the end of one tip to the end of another. It would have been perfect for running our VCR to a projector sitting on top of it, but now we have to get another adapter in order to make it long enough.
This was bought in hopes that it would serve as an adapter between a PS3 and a hotel room TV that had no normal video inputs other than a single composite line (which makes for non-HD video only). The Panasonic TV did have a VGA style connector that, upon investigation, had some pins dedicated to component signals. Using this cable and a coupler also bought from Monoprice, the PS3 was connected to the TV and, a few changed PS3 settings later, everything was in HD greatness. Thanks Monoprice!