- Fast and correct data transmission
- High quality generic (non-OEM) VGA RCA Cable to convert VGA / SVGA to S-Video / RCA AV signal
- Excellent performance home theater interconnecting for high-definition DVD players, HDTV receivers, TV sets, projectors, AV receivers
- The SVGA Converter Cable transfers images from PC to TV, projector or other display devices
- Free from the small size limit of PC display screen, enjoy the visual impact from large display screen of TV and other display devices with this SVGA Converter Cable
- Dimension: 50 x 35 x 15mm/2.0 x 1.4 x 0.6 in(L x W x H)
- SVGA Converter Cable helps to connect with splendid life
- Excellent performance home theater interconnecting for high-definition DVD players
- High speed data transmission
- This VGA RCA Cable adapter is portable and convenient to use
- Delicate details, this VGA TV Cable is reliable and practical
- Ensure superior signal transfer
- Convert VGA / SVGA signal to S-Video / RCA AV signal
What is S-Video?
S-Video (Separated Video often referred to as "Super-Video") is a video interface standard found on most audiovisual equipment today. S-Video is a step up from standard composite video, which uses a yellow RCA jack and RCA cable, while S-Video utilizes a mini-DIN plug and S-Video cable. When connecting equipment that has both options, one can choose to use S-Video.
S-Video connectors are four or seven-pin mini-DIN plugs. To ensure correct orientation of the pins the connector has a notched, metal sleeve that must align properly with the female jack before it can be inserted. S-Video cables are more expensive than RCA cables and are not always included with products, but can be purchased separately.
- S-Video delivers a superior picture to composite video by avoiding some of the processing that composite video requires. A video signal is a mixture of two separate data streams: brightness or luminescence, known as the Y stream, and chrominance or color, known as the C stream. The C signal carries values for red and blue, while green values are deduced. Hence, RGB, or red, green and blue, occupies just two data streams within the C signal.
- In the original analog video standard in use since the 1950s, the Y/C signals are compressed into a single stream, passed through a single RCA wire, and decoded by a television filter into its Y and C elements. Although enduring and convenient, the process of compressing and decoding video signals results in some degradation of data integrity. This translates directly to the screen in loss of picture quality. S-Video preserves greater signal integrity by housing two wires in a single sheath, dedicating one to each of the Y and C signals and eliminating much of the filtering process. Greater preservation of signal integrity results in a sharper picture
- As with composite video, S-Video only transfers visual data. Audio cables are required for transferring sound. These can be standard RCA cables, or in the case of high-end CD and DVD players, digital audio connections might be preferred
How to Connect a Laptop to a TV Using a VGA Cable?
Video Graphics Array, or VGA for short, is video interface technology which is commonly used to connect desktop computers to monitors. A standard VGA connection displays in 640í--480 resolution. This is the standard definition in a 4:3 aspect ratio. Many laptop computers have VGA ports, primarily for hooking up additional monitors, but the VGA port can also be used to connect a laptop and a TV.
- Plug one end of the VGA cable into the laptop's VGA port.
- Connect the other end of the VGA cable to the TV's VGA port. If the TV does not have a VGA port, plug the other end of the VGA cable into a composite adapter and then plug the composite cables into the TV. Older televisions often do not have VGA ports and require an adapter, while newer models often have VGA ports.
- Turn on the computer and TV.
- Change the TV to the correct video channel for the incoming connection from the computer. Most TVs have several video channels, such as S-video, component, and HDMI. The correct channel will likely be a blue screen instead of static. Your TV screen might display your computer's desktop at this point. If not, go on to step 5.
- Open your computer's video control panel and setup screen sharing. Depending on your graphics card, your video control panel will be different, but you should be able to access it by right clicking the desktop and selecting it from the "drop down" list. Once you open the display control panel, look for an option to set up multiple displays or enable screen sharing. Select the clone setting to have the TV display the computer's desktop, or dual view to create an extension of your computer's screen
- A Video Graphics Array (VGA) connector is a three-row 15-pin DE-15 connector. The 15-pin VGA connector is found on many video cards, computer monitors, and some high definition television sets. On laptop computers or other small devices, a mini-VGA port is sometimes used in place of the full-sized VGA connector.
- DE-15 is also conventionally called RGB connector, D-sub 15, mini sub D15, mini D15, DB-15, HDB-15, HD-15 or HD15 (High Density, to distinguish it from the older and less flexible DE-9 connector used on older VGA cards, which has the same shell size but only two rows of pins).
- VGA connectors and cables carry analog component RGBHV (red, green, blue, horizontal sync, vertical sync) video signals, and VESA Display Data Channel (VESA DDC) data. In the original version of DE-15 pinout, one pin was keyed and 4 pins carried Monitor ID bits which were rarely used; VESA DDC redefined some of these pins and replaced the key pin with +5 V DC power supply
What is RCA connector?
An RCA connector is a plug and a jack designed for use with coaxial cable for frequencies ranging from the very lowest up to several megahertz. An RCA connector is sometimes known as a phono plug and jack.
The male RCA plug consists of a central pin measuring approximately two millimeters (mm) in diameter, and an outer shell whose inside diameter is approximately six mm. The plug shell is slotted rather than threaded, to facilitate quick insertion to, and removal from, the female jack or receptacle. Contact is maintained by physical pressure between the slotted shell of the plug and the smooth cylindrical barrel of the jack. The plug shell is connected to the outer conductor, or shield, of the coaxial cable, normally at electrical ground. The center pin of the plug is connected to the cable center conductor, which carries the signal. In the jack, the barrel is grounded and the center hole is plated inside to conduct the signal.
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