SCART TO RCA CABLE RCA CABLE CONVERT RCA CABLE HDTV 3 RCA CABLE RCA CABLE RCA AUDIO VIDEO AUDIO CABL

Price: US $ 0.5 - 2
Brand Name: HK
Model Number: HKRCA
Country/Region: China
Post Date: Mar 24,2012

Product Description: SCART TO RCA CABLE RCA CABLE CONVERT RCA CABLE HDTV 3 RCA CABLE RCA CABLE RCA AUDIO VIDEO AUDIO CABL


1.SCART TO RCA CABLE
2.RCA CABLE CONVERT
3.RCA CABLE CONNECTION

4.RCA CABLE ADAPTER CONNECTOR
5.MOULDING TYPE RCA PLUG PHONO PLUG

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An RCA connector, sometimes called cinch plug or lotus plug, is a type of that is commonly used in the audio/video market. The name "RCA" derives from the , which introduced the design by the early 1940s to allow mono players to be connected to amplifiers.

For many other applications it began to replace the older used in the audio world when component started becoming popular in the 1950s.

The corresponding plug is called an RCA plug or phono plug, for "phonograph". The name "phono plug" is often confused with a "phone plug" which refers to a jack plug.

In the most normal usage, cables have a standard plug on each end, consisting of a central , surrounded by a ring. The ring is often segmented for flexibility. Devices mount the jack, consisting of a central hole with a ring of metal around it. The ring is slightly smaller in diameter and longer than the ring on the plug, allowing the plug's ring to fit tightly over it. The jack has a small area between the outer and inner rings which is filled with an insulator, typically plastic (very early versions, or those made for use as used ceramic).

As with many other connectors, the RCA has been adopted for other uses than originally intended, including as a , an , and as a connector for cables. Its use as a connector for composite video signals is extremely common, but provides poor . RCA connectors and cable are also commonly used to carry -formatted , with plugs colored orange to differentiate them from other typical connections.

Connections are made by pushing the cable's plug into the on the device. The signal-carrying pin protrudes from the plug, and often comes into contact with the socket before the grounded rings meet, resulting in loud hum or buzz if the audio components are powered while making connections. Continuous noise can occur if the plug partially falls out of the jack, breaking ground connection but not the signal. Some variants of the plug, especially cheaper versions, also give very poor grip and contact between the ground sheaths due to their lack of flexibility.

They are often color-coded, yellow for , red for the right channel, and white or black for the left channel of . This trio (or pair) of jacks can be found on the back of almost all audio and video equipment. At least one set is usually found on the front panel of modern TV sets, to facilitate connection of (through 3.5mm Jack to 3 RCA, also called plug), , and video gaming consoles. Although nearly all audio-visual connectors, including audio, composite and , and audio can use identical 75 Ω cables, sales of special-purpose cables for each use have proliferated. Varying cable quality means that a cheap line-level audio cable might not successfully transfer component video or digital audio signals due to impedance mismatch and poor shielding quality (causing to be too low). Cables should meet the specification as defined by the international standard IEC 60958-3 for assured performance.

The male plug has a center pin which is 3.70 mm in diameter, and is surrounded by an outer shell which is 8.25 mm in diameter.

The word phono in phono connector is an abbreviation of the word , because this connector was originally created to allow the connection of a phonograph turntable to a radio receiver, utilizing the radio as an amplifier. This setup was present in most radios manufactured in the 1930s onward by the Radio Corporation of America, who later marketed a special turntable for records.

Plugs and sockets on consumer equipment are conventionally color-coded to aid correct connections. The standard colors for the various signals are shown below.

In stereo audio applications there are combinations of either Black+Red or White+Red RCA connectors; in both cases, Red denotes Right. White or Purple may also be replaced by Black.

While these are the standard colours found on commercially made products, same-coloured cables may also be used. For example, a red cable may be used instead of a yellow one, as there is no other significant difference between them.

Supplier Details:

Shenzhen Hongkai Electronics Factory

Sales:Mr. ray lu

Contact Phone:86-755-84616379

Main Products:Computer Cables & Connectors

Business type:Manufacturer

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