Cable length? It looks like a half-meter or less.
INSTEN Nickel-plated VGA to S-Video/ RCA Adapter
This is a BasAcc nickel-plated VGA to S-Video/ RCA adapter. Connect your computer to another display device with this cable.
ITEM#: 14325922This is a BasAcc nickel-plated VGA to S-Video/ RCA adapter. Connect your computer to another display device with this cable.
- Nickel-plated connectors
- Allows VGA/ SVGA output from computer to any TV with S-Video or RCA video input
- Connectors: HDDB15 15-pin (Male x 1)/ S-Video mini DIN 4-pin (Female x 1)/ RCA Composite (Female x 1)
- CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING: This product may contain one or more chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, and/or other reproductive harm.
Questions & Answers
How to Compare Component Video Cables
Anyone with a high-end television and home theater setup is probably familiar with component video cables. They are the red, green and blue A/V cables that connect a device like a DVD player to a television. What many don't realize is that all component video cables are not created equal. Learn how to compare cable quality to get the most out of your home entertainment system.
HDMI Fact Sheet
High-definition programming for TV and films has led to a new standard in connector cables. HDMI A/V cables are one of the best ways to get high-definition video and sound from your high-quality entertainment electronics without any loss in picture or sound quality. You may have some questions about HDMI and about some of the terms you hear associated with digital picture and sound technology. To that end, here are some facts about the technology that will help you get a view of the big picture for these types of connector cables.
HDMI Versions Explained
You've probably already noticed it. HDMI ports are being designed into more and more electronics, including portable devices like phones and cameras. Different HDMI versions are released as new capabilities are added by electronics manufacturers. Knowing a few facts about HDMI specifications will help you choose the right devices and HDMI A/V cables that will give you the best picture and sound capabilities for your computer, HDTV, video game console and home theater system.
How to Connect Your DVD Player to Your Home Theater
Once you've purchased your new DVD player or Blu-ray player, you'll still need to connect it to your home theater system. If your home theater includes an AV receiver, then you'll want to connect your DVD or Blu-ray player to that receiver; otherwise, you can simply connect your new player directly to your television.
How to Pick the Best Video Cable for Your DVD
A DVD player is a key component of any home theater system. You can connect a DVD player to your home theater receiver or directly to your television. Both methods are extremely easy, although which one you choose depends upon the best video quality your particular system can provide. Using the right A/V cable is part of achieving the best possible video quality with your system. Here are a few tips for choosing the best video cable connection possible from your DVD player to your home theater system.
Tips on Getting the Best Picture and Sound Quality
You have your home theater system set up, but the picture isn't as sharp as you'd like, and the sound isn't loud or clear enough. Fortunately, there are some steps you can take to help you remedy these issues and get the most from your home theater system.
Best Equipment for Presentations
Engaging presentations need to be without glitches or embarrassing delays. You can make the best impression on your audience with the right audio and video equipment. Pieces that are portable and that give you seamless control over the timing and appearance of the material you present will help you create the ideal environment for communicating your ideas.
Understanding Your TV Connection Options
Audio and video technology continues to reveal new, more advanced devices that bring home entertainment to new levels. New televisions now feature more connection options in order to be compatible with a larger number of audio and video sources, like Blu-ray disc players and MP3 players. Here are some details on the most common connection types to help you make sense of the connection options available for your TV.
How to Digitize Your Old Movies with a DVR
Preserve your old home videos and movies by converting them to digital video with TiVo and DVRs. You can connect your DVR to a VCR or DVD player and record your old movies into digital formats that won't get scratched or degraded over time. Here are some simple directions for setting up your own DVR system and converting your old tapes and DVDs.
Making Your iPod the Ideal Video Player
You may already know that your iPod can play movies and TV shows. What you may not know is how to take full advantage of the video capabilities your iPod has. With the right accessories, you can enjoy your favorite digital movies or even use your iPod as a video player for your HDTV. Below are a few tips to get you started using your iPod as the portable video player it was meant to be.
Blu-ray Buying Guide
If you're still using a DVD player, now may be the right time for you to upgrade your home theater system to Blu-ray players. This Blu-ray buying guide will help you determine how to buy a Blu-ray player that will fit nicely into your existing home entertainment setup.
How to Transfer Video from Your DVD Camcorder
Filming family gatherings, vacations and other scenes with your DVD digital camcorder is the easy part of making home videos. When you're finished recording, you may want to transfer that video from your camcorder to your computer for editing or to share with friends and family. Here are a few simple steps for transferring your video and freeing up your DVD camcorder to shoot more video.
Tips on Using Notebooks for School
When you take your notebook computer to school, you can take notes in class, work on homework between classes and access class materials and the Internet anywhere on campus. Here are some tips on how to get the most out of your laptop while you're at school.
How to Connect Your Computer to Your HDTV
If you have ever watched a video or played a video game on your computer, you may have wished you could see it on a larger screen. Maybe you just wished you could use your computer in a more comfortable area, like from your couch. Luckily, computer and HDTV technologies have caught up with you. Most HDTVs are compatible with computers and can be used instead of computer monitors if you have the right video cable. Follow these steps to find out how to use your high-definition television as a display for your computer.
Tips on Giving Presentations with Laptop
You have a big meeting coming up and you've put together a great presentation on your laptop that's going to impress, but there are still a couple of things you can do to make sure that your computer presentation goes smoothly. Here are a couple of tips for making sure that laptops perform on queue for any big meeting.
Road Trip DVD Player Checklist
A couple of your family's favorite movies can help keep boredom at bay during your next road trip. All you need is a simple DVD player setup for your vehicle and a few accessories to help you create a mobile entertainment center. Here are some basic items to include with your portable DVD player to keep everyone happy on your next long trip.
How to Set up a DTV Converter Box on an Older TV
If you lost your television signal when TV stations converted to the all-digital format, then you probably need a digital converter box, sometimes called an ATSC tuner. Once you have that box, you still need to connect it to your existing television and antenna. With these easy steps, you'll be watching digital TV broadcasting in no time.
How to Set Up Multiple Computer Monitors
You can add a lot of virtual workspace with two computer monitors to spread out your computer desktop, and most computers can easily accept dual monitors with very little setup. Whether you want more monitors & displays for games, video editing or just a larger workspace, these simple steps will help you set up your new displays.
FAQs about HDMI Cables
High-definition televisions, Blu-ray disc players and other HD devices require better connector cable technology to transmit HD sound and picture data between devices. High-definition multimedia interface cables, usually called HDMI cables, have quickly become the most popular choice for HD devices. Here are the answers to some frequently asked questions about HDMI cables to help you cut through the jargon and understand how HDMI will affect how you experience music, movies and games.
Tips on Choosing a Home Theater Receiver
Choosing a receiver for your home theater system can seem like a daunting task with all the options available today. Not only are there seemingly limitless options, but price ranges vary widely and features are so numerous that it can seem difficult to know where to begin. Hopefully, a few tips will make finding a home theater receiver easier.
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