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ITEM#: 14492382This is a 5-foot HDMI to 5 RCA audio/ video component cable. It works with all HDMI to RCA appliances. If both input / output device do not support signal conversion, a signal conversion box is required.
- HDCP compliant
- Compatible with High Speed HDMI specification (Version 1.3b)
- Protects against RFI and EMI
- Supports 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p resolution
- Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio bitstream capable
- Color: Black
- Cable Length: 5-foot
- Connectors: 1 x HDMI/ 5 x RCA
NOTE: Even though HDMI cables support Hot Plug Detection, improper usage may result in resetting/ restarting both devices, or cause damage to the devices. Therefore, we do not suggest Hot Plug action for any HDMI cables. Please make sure both input and output devices are off when plugging or unplugging HDMI cables
Please note: Cable might not work by just connecting PC with TV. Your video output device must support both analog and digital signal conversion and output function. Please consult your video output devices user manual for more information
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Did not work at all after installing - waste of $$$Read More
cable don't work, cost more to return than the cable costRead More
This is first time I have used Overstock and I am very disappointed. Do not purchase this product. It is a waste of your money. It does not produce any sound or video.Read More
This product is a good idea but does not work at all. No configuaraion works. DON'T WASTE YOU MONEY OR GET YOUR HOPES UP!Read More
No output from the HDMI. No audio or video was present when tried with 3 different devices.Read More
You cannot easily transfer a HD transmitter to a component input as this adapter would suggest. HDMI was created to encript the signals from components such as DVR's in order to protect the rights of the producers only! This adapder does not resolve an encripted signal, so do not purchase this if that is your intent, it won't work.Read More
This cord does NOT work. Do not waste your money. It was exactly what I was looking for and the price was good, but it doesn't matter because I ended up throwing it away! I tried using it with a DIRECTV cable box, Apple TV, and Samsung DVD player, connecting them to both Sharp Aquos and LG TVs and no configuration worked.Read More
This cable is for small electronics that only have one video port, mainly due to size constraints. This electronic item must have an menu option of outputting component+audio over the hdmi connector. This its not a written in stone standard, so it may not work for you.Read More
This product doesn't work! We bought it to connect a Blu-Ray player to a TV that doesn't have an hdmi port and it does not work. We tried two different TVs and tried connecting the Blu-Ray player and a playstation 3 and none of it worked. After wards we did a bit more research online and found out there could never be a cord like this that would work. Very disappointed!Read More
Simple as that, didn't work as soon as i opened the package. (came in a plastic bag, not a box)Read More
Questions & Answers
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Will this cable work to connect my DVD player and my LG smart TV? Thanks.
Hello cavedwlrnt, it should connect to the Smart TV just fine, it depends on if your DVD player have the same color matching RCA input. Thank you for shopping with us!
Can I use this cable to attach my DVD player to a computer monitor so that I can play DVDs on the player and watch them on the computer monitor? Thank you for your help!
Thank you for contacting us melyon101. Only if the DVD player has the correct specifications. Please let us know if you have any further questions.
I recently bought a R6500 Graphics card, it has three ports, 1 D-Sub (VGA), HDMI, and DVI-D, well i have two VGA monitors will the product above convert the video without any other cables? Thanks!
These cables do not convert. Please contact device manufacturer for the cable that would suit their needs.
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