This Cable works only if your DVI port outputs YPbPr, the standard component video signal. If you're not sure, please contact your graphics card or computer manufacturer first.
Component video uses a sync-on-green video signal. Some high-end or TV-friendly video cards can output this same signal with no external conversion. These simple cables will take the sync-on-green signal from a compatible video card to the RCA input on your component display. Some projectors come equipped with a DVI-I input that can also read the sync-on-green signal from any component source.
These cables are 100 percent shielded by overlapped foil and copper braid with 360-degree tin soldering between braid and foil in order to protect your signal from any interference, guaranteeing a crystal clear signal from transmitter to source. And with ultra heavy-duty jacketing and heavy-duty connectors, these cables are built to last.
These cables are not compatible with PC or Mac video card outputs unless specifically stated in your video card. Both devices MUST support Y, Pb, Pr (sync-on-green) signals. If you're looking for a way to use your computer video output with your HDTV display, check out our VGA to HDTV Converter.