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Oppon Portable Composite AV Cable for iPhone 3GS 3G iPod

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Do you want to immediately display of video clips & sideshows? Just with this high performance iPhone AV Cable! Connect iPod to your television set with the iPhone AV Cable, gather up your friends, and watch slideshows together on the big screen....
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  • The component iPhone AV Cable connects to your iPod or Universal
  • Dock via the 30-pin dock connector and to your TV, home theater receiver, or stereo receiver via the component(Y, Pb, and Pr) video and red / white  audio ports
  • The iPhone AV cable also featres a USB connector that you can plug into a power source, such as a computer or the included USB Power Adaper
  • Easily connect your iPod / iPhone 3G & 3GS to the composite video inputs on a TV
  • The iPhone AV cable also featre audio and USB connectors, and a USB Power Adapter is included in the box
  • This is a non-OEM product
  • Compatible with: iPhone 3GS / 3G / iPod
  • Size: 1575mm / 62in(Length)

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Oppon Portable Composite AV Cable for iPhone 3GS 3G iPod

Oppon Portable Composite AV Cable for iPhone 3GS 3G iPod


  • Dock via the 30-pin dock connector and to your TV, home theater receiver, or stereo receiver via the component(Y, Pb, and Pr) video and red / white  audio ports

Oppon Portable Composite AV Cable for iPhone 3GS 3G iPod

Oppon Portable Composite AV Cable for iPhone 3GS 3G iPod


  • Connect iPod to your television set with the iPhone AV Cable, gather up your friends, and watch slideshows together on the big screen

Oppon Portable Composite AV Cable for iPhone 3GS 3G iPod


  • You can also connect the Portable Composite AV Cable to your stereo or powered speakers for a room-filling audio experience

Oppon Portable Composite AV Cable for iPhone 3GS 3G iPod

Oppon Portable Composite AV Cable for iPhone 3GS 3G iPod


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Oppon Portable Composite AV Cable for iPhone 3GS 3G iPod


Oppon Portable Composite AV Cable for iPhone 3GS 3G iPod


  • Displaying videos on the TV screen

Types of Audio Video Cables


When hooking up a video device or home theater system, you may come across a collection of cords that look a lot alike but serve different purposes. Audio and video cables can be confusing for people not familiar in electronics, but there are ways to tell a difference between cords. The next time you are connecting electronics, understanding the function and types of cords can help speed the process.


  • RCA Cables
  • One of the most common cables you will come across is the RCA cable. These cables are used to connect televisions, VCRs, video game consoles, and other electronics together. They usually come in multiple colors like red, white, and yellow in order to separate audio and video functions. The yellow represents the video; and the red and white represent the audio functions. The cables use a thick pin on the male plugs to connect to the female jacks that are usually installed to the electronic device.
  • Coaxial Cables

    Oppon Portable Composite AV Cable for iPhone 3GS 3G iPod
  • Coaxial cable has been the standard for cable and satellite television connections. Coaxial cables carry feeds and channel information from cable providers into televisions. The cables can also be used for closed-circuit television watching and adapters can convert coaxial cables to any other type of video connection.
  • DV Cables

    Oppon Portable Composite AV Cable for iPhone 3GS 3G iPod
  • One of the easiest ways to feed video into a computer is by using a DV cable. DV and mini DV cables provide more stability than a USB drive and DV ports come standard on many video cameras. Along with video camera connections DV cables can be connected to a TV converter to provide live television on a computer.
  • XLR and BNC Cables

    Oppon Portable Composite AV Cable for iPhone 3GS 3G iPod
  • Professionals often use XLR and BNC cables because of their reliability. XLR cables are used exclusively for sound and hundreds of feet of cable can provide direct sound without any static or interference. The cables are used for microphones and headsets and other communication devices. BNC cables are used to feed video and are common in live productions. They lock into position so that there are no disconnection errors and easy conversion makes them useful in all types of situations.
  • Mini-Jack and Banana Plugs

    Oppon Portable Composite AV Cable for iPhone 3GS 3G iPod
  • Mini-jack and banana plugs are used for audio. Banana plugs are small audio plugs that eliminate the need for connecting speaker wire over and over again. They have a simple plug and unplug style that makes them easy to use and easy to transfer sound through. Mini-jacks look a lot like banana plugs and are used for small sound devices. This jack is often featured on small speakers, headphones, and is accepted in devices like portable DVD players, MP3 players, and any other type of headphone jack.

How to Connect Audio Video Cables?

Oppon Portable Composite AV Cable for iPhone 3GS 3G iPod

At the advent of cable, television was simple: one wire from your cable box to your television took care of everything. These days there are a variety of connections: HDMI, Component Video, Optical Digital Audio, S-Video and RCA cables. It's luckily not too difficult to learn which to choose, and how to hook them up once you've chosen them.


  • Search for an HDMI connection. This is a relatively long, flat and rectangular plug that is all-encompassing: it takes care of all your HD video and digital audio needs in one wire. To install it, simply insert an end of the wire into an HDMI port. If no HDMI port, move to the next step. No further connections will be necessary.
  • Look for a component video connection. These are three color-coded ports that always come closer together (red/green/blue). This is also the only HD video connection other than HDMI; all others are Standard Definition or SD. To install them, locate the Component Video port you are using and plug in each of the three connections into the corresponding color-coded port. Skip to Step 5 for audio. If no Component Video port, move on to the next step.
  • Find an S-Video connection. This is a single, round and black port with four pins inside of it and a small indent in the bottom. To install it, line up the indent in the wire with the indent in the port and gently insert the wire. Don't force it; you could bend the pins in the wire. Skip to Step 5 for audio. If no S-Video port, move on to the next step.
  • Locate an RCA, or composite, video connection. This will be a single round port that is usually yellow. To install, simply push the end of the cord in until snug. Move on to the next step for audio.
  • Search for an Optical Digital Audio connection. If working with a home theater receiver, you might have the option to use an Optical Digital Audio connection. This will be a roughly rectangular port with tiny indents on the sides. Insert gently into the port, though you may need to twist the end a couple of times, as these will only enter the port one way. Skip to Step 7. If no Optical Digital Audio connection, move on to the next step.
  • Look for a Digital Coaxial connection. It is possible to still have digital audio without an Optical port. These are round metal ports that look very similar to RCA ports (Steps 4 and 7), but are not color-coded. Insert the wire into the port until it is snug. Move on to the next step.
  • Search for an RCA Audio connection. Even if you have a digital audio connection, you still need to install RCA Audio wires, which are a pair of ends color-coded red and white. Like the wires described in Steps 4 and 6, insert these ends until they become snug.

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